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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 30, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Kaukonahua Road reopens after accident
 •  Ambulance overturned in downtown accident
 •  Airline cuts interisland fare
 •  Maui teen found dead at lighthouse
 •  Komine does well in Major League debut

Local News
 •  Xerox case offers road map of Tantalus trial
 •  Daycare teachers in short supply
 •  Case's strategy called a gamble
 •  Cab drivers reeling from latest attack
 •  Audit of Harris travels ignites calls for reform
EDUCATION
 •  Dancer first in Isles to win London school scholarship
POLICE
 •  Boy arrested after Pearl Harbor knife attack
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Search called off for missing plane
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Hawaiian artists call for cultural trademark
OTHER NEWS
 •  Applicants filtered for criminal histories
 •  Lawmakers scored on environmental votes
 •  KCC teacher waiting to evacuate Lebanon
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  High school staff expected back
 •  Obituaries
OUR HONOLULU
 •  Memories of a pure Hawaiian
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Old-fashioned baby advice still comes in handy

Sports
 •  Pilares transfers to UH
 •  Wie comes up 1 shot short
 •  Kaua'i's Ota captures match for ages
 •  Maui's Victorino coming up big for Phillies
 •  Work ethic keeps UH defender focused
PADDLING
 •  Count on Hawaiian to make run at 6th straight title
FOOTBALL
 •  Broncos cool about being favorites
ISLE FILE
 •  U.S. youth volleyball unbeaten
 •  For the Record
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
FERD LEWIS
 •  He 'brought baseball alive here'

Island Life
 •  Battle the workplace blues
 •  La'ie man answers Katrina's relief call
 •  The publizen's life? It's just an open blog
MUSIC
 •  Artist breaks tradition with an edgy uke style
TELEVISION
 •  KBS America launches TV channel in Isles
PETS
 •  Animal companions
THEATER
 •  Honolulu actors form a repertory company
BOOKS
 •  Hawai'i's best-sellers
 •  Lit Beat
 •  A journey into Akebono's world
ART
 •  Art calendar
 •  Museum's expansion means treats for you
 •  'Wanderings' in New York a dream for UH students
'OHANA
 •  Longs more than just part of day it's family
LOVE STORIES
 •  Bar buddies build a dream life together
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Tryout calendar
 •  Wedding
 •  Engagement
 •  Births
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Artist breaks tradition with an edgy uke style

Business
 •  Bye, Daiei hello, Don
 •  Pollution from China drifting east
 •  One man's fight to get us off oil habit
WORKPLACE
 •  Miffed Toys 'R' Us, Amazon launch toy war in cyberspace
RETAIL
 •  Restaurants seen as way to help malls
 •  Christian stores adjusting to big competitors
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Applicants filtered for criminal histories
 •  Sports economics has geeks and nongeeks suiting up
 •  Hawai'i status report
 •  Should wealthy leave everything to heirs?
 •  Casinos betting on Asian gamblers

Opinion
 •  School councils offer a key support system
 •  Creative solutions lie beneath a trash heap
 •  Community board quizzes education head
COMMENTARY
 •  U.S. 'turning out lights in S. Korea'
 •  U.S. must achieve cease-fire in Lebanon now
 •  Sustainability needs to be a hotter issue
 •  Transit solution on track
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Fewer candidates make it hard to fire up voters
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  News coverage changing dynamic in Internet age
 •  Letters to the Editor

Travel
 •  Train to Tibet Modern path to ancient beauty
 •  'Miami Vice' helped revive South Beach
 •  Ambitious museum reflects Alaska's people, grandeur
 •  Wisconsin inn makes Mayberry seem real
 •  Beyond Key West, a national park few experience
 •  Bottle-cap tripod a MacGyver-ish gadget for travel
HOLOHOLO
 •  Package includes Sea Life Park pass
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  Harrah's contemplates super casino