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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 4, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  No major brush fires from fireworks
 •  Boy injured at motocross track
 •  After day of rest, Wie prepares for match play
 •  East shore delivering today's biggest waves
 •  Picnic weather slated for Independence Day
 •  Police Beat: Bicyclist critically injured in collision

Local News
 •  Reports of sharks double on N. Shore
 •  Poll: Sovereignty support eroding
 •  Celebrating the 4th
 •  Judge forbids sonar in Rimpac
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  DLNR grant, accounting problems cited
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Iraq death snuffed out life of laughter
COURTS
 •  Club owner acquitted in sexual assault case
 •  Parents apologize in court for killing
POLICE
 •  Girl, 14, critical after shooting
 •  Pimp rivalry suspected in deadly shooting
FIRE
 •  Fire chief's priorities: disasters, terrorism, flu
BIG ISLAND
 •  Hawai'i astronaut's widow home
 •  Man warned police before house exploded
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Power outage hits mall stores
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Turnabout fair play in tech chaos

Sports
 •  UH pitcher Wright signs with Indians
 •  California lineman will join Warriors
 •  Team Hawai'i on top Down Under
GOLF
 •  Michigan man carves Wie in wood
BASEBALL
 •  Bar set high for Isle youths
ISLE FILE
 •  Waimea's Castillo picks JC over pros
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Longer summer days, more time with family
 •  Hit the beach
 •  Make 'ono potato salad
 •  Fly a kite
 •  Play outdoor keiki games
 •  Wow! Check out fireworks
PARENTING
 •  Improvement in behavior mainly a matter of choice
ABOUT WOMEN
 •  Solitude just isn't all that bad
BOOKS
 •  Entertaining ideas to help save planet planet entertain
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Fireworks and family fun
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
SHOW BIZ
 •  Student dances her way to Alvin Ailey program

Business
 •  Underneath GM, ground shifts
 •  Subcompact comeback inspired by expensive gas
 •  Domestic auto sales down in June
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Make the most of wireless networks
 •  Europe to levy daily fines on Microsoft
INTERNET
 •  Net boosts generosity to troops
TAXES
 •  Ultra-high-tech? Try it on Koreans
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Japan not complying with world tuna rules
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Sweet sales at ice cream shop

Opinion
 •  Unfair Medicaid rule punishes our needy
 •  Democracy comes with responsibility
 •  The Declaration of Independence
COMMENTARY
 •  USA: Born in war and a war of words
 •  Nations exposing secrets while we hide
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Monday