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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 17, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Rush hour: Water main repairs delay traffic on Vineyard
 •  'Dog' Chapman being sued in California
 •  Hawai'i unemployment rate falls to 3.0% in July
 •  Flags to fly at half-staff for Ushijima
 •  Sensley cut by German national team
 •  Big Island teen killed in ATV accident
 •  Pearl City Juniors in U.S. final
 •  Pearl City Seniors gain World Series semis
 •  Hilo Ripken team advances to U.S. semifinals
 •  Boy nearly drowns in Kewalo Basin
 •  Kaua'i case opens PONY baseball for deaf children
 •  Motorcyclist killed on Big Island identified
 •  Army starts hearing against Honolulu-born soldier
 •  Warning signs removed at Hawai'i Kai Marina
 •  Jellyfish 'minimal' today, but more expected tomorrow
 •  Motorcyclist killed on Pali identified
 •  Police Beat: Suspect arrested for sexual assault of teen
 •  Makaha bridge damaged by fire reopened to all
 •  Wilson shoots 74 in PGA Championship
 •  Earnings, oil help Wall Street extend rally
 •  Business briefs: New state Data Book available online

Local News
 •  Latest phishing scam targets Kaua'i
 •  Bank's CEO says it acted properly
 •  U.S. warns Hawai'i on qualified teachers
 •  No deal on Kailua land swap
 •  Kerry raising funds for Akaka
ELECTION
 •  Case wants to work with Akaka on debate details
 •  7 seek House seat in Kalihi Valley district
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Prisons faulted for $7M in OT, sick leave abuse
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Council limits street closures in Waikiki
 •  Plan to raise towing fees put off until next year
EDUCATION
 •  Special help for your child
 •  175 and still going strong
 •  Education briefs
 •  UH satellite builders undaunted
 •  Class of 2006 equals Class of 2005 on ACT
COURTS
 •  Judge will determine payment to family of brain-damaged child
 •  2nd stabbing, 20 more years
 •  Former coach admits to giving players beer
OTHER NEWS
 •  Sobering message aimed at drunken drivers
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Suspect sought in bank robbery
BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
 •  Recycled cans can be crushed
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Pain, perseverance for Ferguson
 •  Prep student-athletes need to know ABCs of NCAA
 •  Pearl City juniors win, 8-7
 •  Dillinger gets ride from UH
GOLF REPORT
 •  Gutsy performances in a day to remember
 •  'First Tee' to open at Camp Homelani
 •  Holes in One
 •  Golf notices
BASEBALL
 •  Hilo loses first game at Cal Ripken Series
ISLE FILE
 •  MLS' Ching has knee surgery
 •  Sports calendar
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Tide's Darby will give Warriors a better look

Island Life
 •  Shaped by the ocean
 •  College? What about medical?
 •  'Movin' Out' show won't stop on O'ahu
 •  Movie openings
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Eat nutritious papaya during any meal
 •  Health calendar
SHAPE UP
 •  Deciphering poultry and meat labels
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Make art downtown your focal point tonight
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
SHOW BIZ
 •  Movie icon Liz Taylor graces Kahala Resort

Business
 •  Kaiser insurance premiums rising 3.75%
 •  Gas prices fuel demand for 'B-Cars'
 •  Is this the end of traditional pensions?
 •  O'ahu inflation rate highest in 15 years
INSURANCE
 •  HMSA profit helped by $10.4 million tax settlement
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Loan deals are being found through online auctions
 •  Tuition shock can be softened
 •  You have to pay taxes on your canceled debt
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Sofos managing Koko Marina
GREG WILES
 •  Tax shelter works for few foreign home buys

Opinion
 •  HUD should act on Kukui housing deal
 •  John Ushijima: a life of public service
COMMENTARY
 •  Urge publishers to reform textbook pricing
 •  Radical Mideast won't stop blaming West
 •  Letters to the Editor