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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 20, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  66% of schools fall short; math performance improves
 •  Schools need 199 more teachers
 •  Commission hears testimony on vending machines
 •  Big Island man killed in house fire identified
 •  Turtle Bay Resort, Local 5 settle 4-year labor dispute
 •  U2 reschedules concert for Dec. 9, adds Pearl Jam
 •  Police Beat: Would-be robber captured by bystanders
 •  Influx of box jellyfish closes Hanauma Bay
 •  Kono advances in U.S. Girls Junior golf
 •  Group to do renewable energy research in Hawai'i
 •  One year in prison for deacon in sex assault
 •  Big Island teacher safe in Cyprus
 •  Repair work scheduled for Pali Highway
 •  Isolated showers forecast through weekend
 •  Stocks slide on Intel forecast, rate worries

Local News
 •  Kapi'olani sewer line pricetag is exploding
 •  Vending machine gambling probed
 •  Allís not well at Windward park
 •  Tourism boom benefits school
 •  Alleged killer pleads not guilty
 •  Event will aid family of cabbie
ELECTION
 •  Kim nears decision on run for governor
LEGISLATURE
 •  Rep. Abinsay retiring from the Legislature
EDUCATION
 •  Hilo High celebrates 100 years
 •  Republicans unveil school-choice voucher plan
 •  UH received $187 million for sciences in 2004
 •  Radford teen helps others feel at home
COURTS
 •  Judge says man to face trial in hammer slaying
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Hawai'i Kai battle: birds vs. dumping
WILDLIFE
 •  Cave dwellers gain protection
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Conference a first for Isles' 4 royal societies
 •  OHA takes ownership of Big Isle forest area
BIG ISLAND
 •  Road-rage suspect to appear in court
OTHER NEWS
 •  Kapi'olani roadwork will close lanes
 •  Kamehameha teacher finally out of harm's way
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Pump failure puts sewage into drain
BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
 •  Damaged utility pole replaced
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Kono wins twice, reaches third round
 •  Giant step for ex-Crusader
 •  Anuenue joins OIA football
UH FOOTBALL
 •  UH football recruit to go to JC in Texas
 •  UH seeking student bodies
GOLF REPORT
 •  Win puts Watabu's pro plans on hold
 •  Manoa Cup tweaks schedule for this year
 •  Okino-Hilea team top ESPN National Challenge Qualifier
 •  Holes in one
 •  Golf notices
MARTIAL ARTS
 •  Miller to fight in 'Streets' of L.A.
ISLE FILE
 •  Brooks to help coach UCLA water polo
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Aaron's 755 speaks for itself

Island Life
 •  Commuter never runs out of gas
 •  'Antony' immerses audience in drama
 •  Movie Openings
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Health calendar
 •  Fever part of body's natural defense to fight infections
SHAPE UP
 •  Allergies in foods can be avoided
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  It helps if you love dogs
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
SHOW BIZ
 •  Reichel bringing his 'Kukahi' show to Blaisdell

Business
 •  Marriott prohibits smoking in rooms
 •  Hawaiian Telcom's TV plans backed
 •  Profits jump 48%, thanks to iPod
UTILITIES
 •  Rural phone line subsidies 'perverse'
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Negotiating a compromise with the IRS is going to get a lot harder
STOCK MARKET
 •  Fed chairman's soothing words spark market rally
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Management firm in merger
GREG WILES
 •  For some, callable CDs worth risk

Opinion
 •  Leaders must answer for stem cell decision
 •  Peace in Mideast means real talks with Iran, Syria
COMMENTARY
 •  More can be done for those with disabilities
 •  Mideast is pushing West into a corner
 •  Letters to the Editor