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Articles for August 6, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Baseball: Fans, collectors ready for historic homer
 •  Final jackpot rodeo contest Aug. 18 in Waianae
 •  Preps: Kapolei, Pearl City facilities to get upgrade
 •  NFL: Browns, QB Quinn still at odds over incentives
 •  NFL: 49ers DT Franklin carted off field with knee injury
 •  NFL: Panthers safety Minter to announce retirement
 •  Baseball: Not many TV viewers saw Bonds' 755th homer
 •  Deadline Aug. 15 for 2008 Cherry Blossom competition
 •  NHL: Ducks goalie Giguere has hernia surgery
 •  NBA: Golden State re-signs Barnes to 1-year deal
 •  Colleges: Nevada center Green out with broken foot
 •  NBA: Jermaine O'Neal denies seeking trade to Lakers
 •  Business highlights: American Home files for bankruptcy
 •  ATA Airlines reports it carried more passengers in July
 •  Medical group brings 4,000 to Honolulu for convention
 •  Cotton Cos. wins fire restoration contract here
 •  Windward Mall completing year-long upgrade
 •  Fitch assigns rating to upcoming Harbor Div. bonds
 •  Otto Behr, founder of paint company, dies at 92 in Kailua
 •  NFL: Miami's Porter may need knee surgery
 •  Liberty Dialysis to open new clinic in Wailuku
 •  NFL: Moon pleads guilty to negligent driving
 •  Advertiser taking orders again for 'Island Plate'
 •  Colleges: Woman who dated punter lied to police
 •  Free seating available for HPR's 'Aloha Shorts,' Aug. 20
 •  Kaleidoscope weekly hosts first birthday on Tuesday
 •  Baseball: Fan considers options for A-Rod's homer ball
 •  North Shore Festival announced for November
 •  Hawaii Student Television calls for actors this week
 •  Mayor to sing at concert for Aloha Medical Mission
 •  Taste of the Range tickets on sale now
 •  NFL: Bills' Hargrove pleads not guilty to charges
 •  NFL: Rams can't beat the heat, practices indoors
 •  NFL: Owens has MRI, misses another Cowboys practice
 •  Colleges: Gators turn to experts on advice to repeat
 •  Colleges: TCU faces tough competition for league title
 •  Kahoolawe's future to be discussed in UH lecture
 •  NFL: Wide receiver Bowe agrees to terms with Chiefs
 •  Wilson 77th, McLachlin 154th in PGA FedExCup points
 •  NFL: Broncos' Jarvis Moss injures left knee in drills
 •  Olympics: Free-press advocacy group protests in China
 •  Figure skating: Bulgaria champ faces charges in crash
 •  Swimming: Gold medalist Manaudou fired by Italian club
 •  Autos: Evernham completes sale of NASCAR team
 •  NFL: Suspended Titan Jones to be on wrestling show
 •  NBA: Rockets' Yao Ming weds in Shanghai
 •  Colleges: Spurrier blasts school after recruits rejected
 •  NFL: After nearing losing leg, Bentley aims to return
 •  NFL: Patriots Stallworth ready to compete at WR
 •  NFL: Chiefs sign No. 1 pick Bowe sooner than later
 •  On the air tomorrow: Red Sox-Angels, WNBA
 •  On the air today: Nationals-Giants on ESPN2
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probables; Bonds to face Bacsik
 •  Baseball: Today's probables; Bonds to face Lannan
 •  Police say speed factor in fatal Ewa accident
 •  Waipahu man arrested in child sex assault case
 •  Filter fire sets off sprinklers at Waikiki restaurant
 •  Kauai boy, 11, hit by van in critical condition
 •  Autopsy finds woman shot in Kaimuki bled to death
 •  Speed, alcohol factors in fatal Hilo crash
 •  Police seek Pearlridge bank robbery suspect
 •  Officials ID fatally injured pedestrian as Kona man
 •  Chun 1-under at suspended U.S. Women's Amateur
 •  KITV erroneously reports Big Island rancher's death
 •  Raptors, bound for Hawaii in 2011, met with criticism
 •  UH offering season-long football promos, discounts
 •  Fisher-Price under investigation over toy recall
 •  Structure collapses at Las Vegas casino building site
 •  Las Vegas police reviewing video in Caesars shooting
 •  Celebrity chef 'Sho' to be at Hawaii's Joy of Sake
 •  Today's events: '300' film, Moonlight Monday bowling
 •  Bourne delivers box office ultimatum: $70 million
 •  Dow's 286-point gain offsets earlier losses
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Vanpooling steers clear of road woes on Maui
 •  Upgrades set for Kapolei, Pearl City athletic facilities
 •  Schools complex superintendent named on Maui
 •  Hawaiian Airlines best again in on-time performance
 •  Kula Forest Reserve may reopen in September
 •  Lower utility, bank earnings hurt HEI's profitability
 •  4 U.S. soldiers killed in explosion in Iraq
 •  Single traffic lanes closed on Nimitz near Pacific Street
 •  Portion of at least one Ala Moana lane closed nightly
 •  Banquet to celebrate 25 years of Christian Vision
 •  Parenting workshop in Kapolei to begin Aug. 26
 •  Nagasaki commemoration set for Thursday at City Hall
 •  More trade winds, light windward showers in forecast
 •  UH law school announces Freeman Fellow winners
 •  No significant swells for Hawaii surfers this week
 •  Roadwork starts on Kalanianaole Highway in Kailua
 •  Some Pali lanes may be closed today for tree work
 •  No rubbish pickup today on Lanai
 •  Brushfire reported near Le Jardin Academy
 •  Willard Wilson award winner announced
 •  Rainbow volleyball individual match tickets go on sale
 •  NFL: Colts DT McFarland reportedly out for season

Local News
 •  Hawaii recycling working out kinks Video
 •  Registry of Hawaii murderers proposed
 •  Hawaii delegation mum on earmarks
 •  Hawaii food banks struggle in summer Video
 •  Autopsy today in Kaimuki shooting
 •  Kapolei bus riders finally get shade Photo gallery Video
 •  Moratorium on ag subdivisions
 •  Library to host skin-care talk
 •  Firm is paying to cover graffiti
 •  Some Pali lanes may close today
 •  OHA releases $24,975 grant
 •  Two Kalaniana'ole lanes to close
 •  Mayor picks 7 for health panel
 •  Middle school funds released
 •  State grant funds completion of memorial to nisei veterans
 •  Isle soldier is innocent, lawyer says
 •  Greeters give combat troops warm welcome home
 •  PTSD treatment at the click of a mouse
 •  Joint-duty credit rules ease Oct. 1
 •  Army major gets prison time
 •  Hawaii felon may face federal prosecution
 •  Hawaii's false killer whales genetically distinct, say scientists
 •  State grant funds completion of memorial to nisei veterans
 •  Koko Head park playground sets gone
 •  Community calendar
 •  Salutes
 •  Obituaries
 •  Bicyclists have road rights, too

 •  UH Warrior working hard to get on field
 •  Owens hoping for big impact
 •  Vitale captures martial arts bout
 •  Bonds takes day off after 755th
 •  Waipi'o rallies for 14-11 win
 •  Flanagan, Sakamoto reach Olympic Trials
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Cultivate your lanai
 •  Sleep eluding too many teens
 •  Stop everyday stressors with these 10 timely tips
 •  Lessons about love and cars
 •  Cultivate your lanai
 •  Nab more shut-eye with a simpler morning routine
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
 •  La Leche League comes far in 50 years
 •  Women co-workers: Cool or catty
 •  Networking Web sites aim at kids

 •  Hawaii hotel revenue drops by 2 percent
 •  New arrival forces out Hawaii mall tenants
 •  Putting an end to cattiness at work
 •  Teleworking up 65% in 2 years
 •  Roadwork at night can be risky business
 •  Leadership Corner Audio
 •  No ka 'oi
 •  Managing a high-maintenance boss
 •  Let employees know what is and is not OK
 •  Planes mostly filled in July
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Note to City Council: Quit transit tap dance
 •  Food bank's needs go beyond the holidays
 •  Public broadcasting must meet balance test
 •  Ineligible for president, but electable as veep?
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  Kapolei's bus riders get some shade
 •  Feeling the rush at Kaka'ako Waterfront Park
 •  Lava continues to flow at Kilauea