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Articles for August 1, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Viewers vote for favorite 'Bounty Hunter' episode
 •  EXIT Realty establishes local franchise
 •  EXIT Realty establishes Hawaii franchise office
 •  Baseball: Twins postpone tomorrow's game
 •  Soccer: Brian Ching's goal lifts Dynamo to 1-0 win
 •  Miss Hawaii's Outstanding Teen heads to Orlando today
 •  Baseball: Yanks hit 5 more HRs; A-Rod still at 499
 •  NFL: Dungy adds No. 1 book to accomplishments
 •  Golf: 2-shot penalty denies player spot in U.S. Amateur
 •  NFL: 49ers' TE Davis wants the 'X' on his back
 •  NFL: Colts owner says ex-Pro Bowl Simon to be waived
 •  LaBoy, Mahelona sit out Titan practices with injuries
 •  NFL: Luckily, Young doesn't hurt throwing hand
 •  NFL: Bengals LB accused of violating probation
 •  NFL: Redskin back Portis' knee ailing again
 •  NFL: Browns' DT Roye to undergo knee surgery
 •  NFL: Bills WR Parrish treated for dehydration
 •  NFL: T.O. on field, but sits out both Cowboys' practices
 •  O-shen to perform in Honolulu nightclub Saturday
 •  NFL: Hall of Famer Otto recovering after leg amputated
 •  Baseball: Red Sox may open 2008 season in Tokyo
 •  NFL: Giants won't lure Strahan with new deal
 •  NFL: Apparent leg injury ends Moss' workout early
 •  Esprit closing party Sunday; RumFire lounge to come
 •  U.S. hotel revenue rose in week ended July 28
 •  Ala Moana Center owner reports improved results
 •  Public invited to sign up, see taping of 'Aloha Shorts'
 •  Online lifestyle site launches in Hawaii
 •  All-Girls Rodeo expects 100-plus competitors Sept. 8
 •  Polo by the Pacific: Oahu vs. Maui on Sunday
 •  Business highlights: Time Warner, Disney
 •  HMSA earns high accreditation marks for health plans
 •  HMAA offers members health plan information online
 •  Temari screening for Trash & Treasure artists Saturday
 •  Standard Parking acquires 13 Honolulu valet sites
 •  Company to debut energy drinks in Hawai'i, California
 •  NFL: Hawaiian Airlines continues charter with Raiders
 •  Parent company of go! reports lower net income
 •  Boyd Gaming reports higher second-quarter profit
 •  Kaneko helps West team pull ahead at Canon Cup
 •  Hawaiian Air continues charter contract with Raiders
 •  St. Francis offers free wealth preservation seminars
 •  Preps: No ruling in NYC metal bat ban
 •  Baseball: Bells resigns as Royals manager
 •  Kaua'i's Mr. Flowers acquired by Virginia couple
 •  Soccer: Saddam's anthem mars Iraqi team's welcome
 •  Tennis: Honolulu's Lam wins opening match
 •  Preps: Young and out on the field
 •  NHL: Predators intend to sell to local investor group
 •  NFL: Parker not expected for Hall of Fame game
 •  'Development of Buddhism in Tibet' lecture planned
 •  NHL: Avery re-signed after awarded $1.9 million salary
 •  Colleges: No. Colorado punter breaks down on stand
 •  Golf: Italian golfer suspended after failing drug test
 •  Aug. 11 keiki fair a benefit for Read to Me
 •  Baseball: Burnett throws simulated game; Thomas out
 •  Blues on the Bay offering special seating
 •  Golf: Women to play at St. Andrews for first time
 •  Colleges: Athletic departments in student loan probe
 •  Sumo: Yokozuna Asashoryu suspended for two tourneys
 •  Baseball: Brewers send infielder Weeks to Triple-A
 •  Golf: Furyk's momentum hampered by back pain
 •  Soccer: Mexico to host U.S. men in Sept. 9 exhibition
 •  NFL: Owens sits out Cowboys' first practice session
 •  NBA: Spurs' Parker sprains ankle during practice
 •  Zigzag session ends positive for Wall Street
 •  NFL: WR Jackson takes spot among 49er starters
 •  NFL: Cardinals edge toward contract with 1st-rd. pick
 •  On the air tomorrow: Giants-Dodgers, golf, soccer
 •  On the air today: Mets-Brewers, basketball
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Brushfire reported near Makaha Ranch
 •  Wie in second place after 10 holes
 •  Mexico may drop charges against Hawaii bounty hunter
 •  KHON vet Ron Mizutani joins Hawaiian Telcom
 •  Honolulu paramedics roll on injured-child report
 •  Boat owners express concerns about Kewalo Basin plan
 •  No Hawaii tsunami threat from Aleutian quake
 •  Trash pick-up delayed on Moloka'i
 •  Fisher-Price recalls 1M toys because of lead in paint
 •  Small brushfire doused in Kauai's Kalalau Valley
 •  Strykers leave Hawaii for California en route to Iraq
 •  Kapaa man, 34, dies after one-car crash on Kauai
 •  Big Island man charged in machete attack on woman
 •  Lingle releases $18.2M for upgrades at 2 Maui schools
 •  Pact will speed up Kapolei development
 •  Judge recuses himself in Hawaii child-starving case
 •  Woman, 77, dead after crash in Kailua, Kona
 •  Hawaii part of 16-state raid in piracy bust
 •  Bridge collapses into Mississippi River during rush hour
 •  Motorcyclist, 24, critically injured in crash near airport
 •  Big Island police looking for missing woman, 41
 •  Wie faces St. Andrews with trepidation
 •  N.M. man paralyzed with botulism poisoning
 •  Hawaii seniors could lose Medicare Advantage plans
 •  Kim, Kono selected to Junior Solheim Cup
 •  Kona firm to provide yellowtail to Whole Foods
 •  Hawaii Superferry schedules visitor day on Maui
 •  Tropical Storm Erick no threat to Hawaiian Islands
 •  Landscaping closes part of Ala Moana Boulevard
 •  Easter Seals Hawaii tags $150K grant for autism service
 •  Ground-breaking set for $73M Shriners hospital project
 •  No Hawaii tsunami threat after 7.2 Vanuatu quake
 •  Bounty hunter signing his books, DVDs at Kahala Mall
 •  Today's events: UH/East-West Center tour, zoo concert
 •  Ex-Pentagon officials deny Tillman death cover-up
 •  City crews contain 1,200-gallon Pearlridge sewer spill
 •  South swells end today
 •  Police detective to be honored at Kona luncheon
 •  Series of mental health public meetings under way
 •  Kauai's temporary housing plan to be discussed tonight
 •  Cherry Blossom deadline extended to Aug. 15
 •  Maui travel agent says she's being run out of business
 •  Free health screenings Saturday for the uninsured
 •  Forgiveness Day set for Sunday
 •  Actors sought for TV, DVD, film productions
 •  Hawaii benefits from added Pacific tsunami stations
 •  Light showers in the morning, clear skies for today
 •  Obama talks of invading Pakistan to hunt terrorists
 •  4 U.S. soldiers killed, 3 by armor-piercing bomb
 •  Poll: Dems have more confidence in opposing party
 •  Siren, emergency alert system testing today
 •  H-1 viaduct pothole repairs under way
 •  Waianae health center to break ground today
 •  NFL: 49ers will wear decals on helmets to honor Walsh

Local News
 •  Whole Foods plans Kailua, Kahului stores
 •  Records on starved Hawaii girl still sealed
 •  Kapolei to get $172M for roads, pipelines
 •  Honolulu curbside recycling plan delayed
 •  Hawaii farmers struggle in drought
 •  Kaimuki diner closing after 41 years Video
 •  Interfaith peace event returns
 •  Island teachers at space launch
 •  School supply drive at mall
 •  How to get book published
 •  Convoy tribute to 'Bruddah Iz'
 •  Industrial park plan advances
 •  Drug counts net man 25 years
 •  Kohala is topic of story session
 •  House OKs ethics overhaul
 •  Honolulu park cleanup will displace homeless
 •  Schofield burn monitored for uranium risk
 •  Joining PTA one way to help Hawaii schools
 •  Nelnet settlement affects Hawaii's HPU
 •  Man charged, 2 women held in Big Isle abduction, shooting
 •  Community calendar
 •  Ordnance probe delayed a day
 •  Obituaries
 •  Hawaii state pension system backlogged

 •  UH football welcomes heralded running back
 •  Teen eager to start 'greatest' job in world
 •  Frazier begins 6th year at UH Video
 •  Wie seeking rebirth of game Photo gallery
 •  Interview with Honolulu’s Michelle Wie
 •  Hawaii golfers win at Canon Cup
 •  Lojeski, Gueye going to Europe
 •  Osorio to play for U.S. Under-18 soccer team
 •  Blangiardi selected president of Na Koa
 •  Isle prep baseball stars to play Japan
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  We're still waiting at finish line

Island Life
 •  Young Isle designers aim to make a splash
 •  Dog lets his 1st book out early in Hawaii
 •  'South Pacific' flow ebbs in Hawaii Opera Theatre production
 •  Parents can learn from girls gone wild
 •  Well-done music rules Hawaii Opera Theatre’s 'South'
 •  More teens having sleep problems
 •  Groove to salsa, at sunset, amidst animals
 •  'Tis the season to be canning Hawaii fruits Video
 •  Try Isle fruit in chutney, ketchup
 •  Finding comfort in noodle kugel
 •  Butterlike roasted garlic a godsend for the diet-conscious
 •  You can enjoy a no-bake Oreo cheesecake with less fat
 •  ‘Ratatouille’ film stirs inspiration for a meal
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  A wine for all reasons? Has to be riesling
 •  Foodland's new Tribeca Oven bread is real deal
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Readers on the hunt for recipes

 •  Media titan adds to his growing empire
 •  Hollywood publicist has settled in on Maui
 •  Oil-price record set at $78.21 a barrel
 •  Nutrition labels for beer, wine proposed
 •  Overseas sales keep General Motors profitable
 •  State vendor fees reduced

 •  Better outreach vital to safety of rentals
 •  'Comfort women' deserve a real apology
 •  All of academia must hold to high standards
 •  Getting worked up over a down market
 •  Joking around about 80-something senators
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Young Isle designers aim to make a splash
 •  Well-done music rules Hawaii Opera Theatre’s 'South'
 •  TGI Wednesday

Photo galleries
 •  Greg's pix
 •  Wie's British Open practice round
 •  Michelle Wie at the British Open
 •  Tadd Fujikawa