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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 7, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Youth baseball: Pearl City in Little League Jr. semis
 •  Youth baseball: Punahou in Babe Ruth World Series
 •  Youth baseball: Hilo advances to Little League WS
 •  CFB: Countdown to No. 1: No. 15 Tennessee
 •  CFB: Tennessee suspends running back indefinitely
 •  Senor Frog's back in business
 •  NFL: Patriots get CB Wesley in trade with Chicago
 •  Business highlights: Former executive convicted
 •  Corrections Corp. shares tumble on profit projections
 •  Douglas Emmett reports net loss in second quarter
 •  HCC to offer courses in the business of music
 •  Australian wine featured at Hiroshi Eurasion Tapas
 •  NFL: Jags' WR Wilford sprains knee in practice
 •  NFL: Saints starting tackle Brown injured at practice
 •  NFL: Bills RB taken to hospital after allergic reaction
 •  Autos: NASCAR finds Robby Gordon $35,000
 •  New York and Hawai'i jazz artists to play Friday show
 •  Boxing: WBA champ eye infection could end career
 •  SuperGeeks expands computer repair service to Hilo
 •  Las Vegas operations help Harrah's profit surge
 •  Health fest set for Aug. 25
 •  Former UH kicker Elam gets kicks from religious texts
 •  NFL: Vick won't be recognized at convention
 •  Wall Street rebounds after Fed avows inflation fight
 •  Preps: Young MLB hopefuls get college education, too
 •  Marketing group's local chapter elects volunteer board
 •  Olympics: Protests continue before Beijing countdown
 •  Colleges: Case against former punter goes to jury
 •  Unified Grocers buying supplier to local independent stores
 •  NFL: Dolphins' LB Porter has 3rd knee surgery
 •  Track: Year's fast time yields Wariner a diamond
 •  NFL: Chiefs OT injured; bad news for shaky line
 •  Colleges: Indiana tries to move on without Hoeppner
 •  NFL: QB Quinn, Browns agree to five-year deal
 •  Baseball: Byrnes signs $30M extension, says source
 •  Hawaiian Electric Industries maintaining dividend
 •  NFL: Panthers' S Minter citing sore knees, retires
 •  Boxing: Former champ Morel leaving prison
 •  NBA: Knicks' Morris charged with reckless driving
 •  United Airlines announces fall fare sale (news release)
 •  Fed leaves key interest rate unchanged at 5.25%
 •  Ecumenical ministry for disabled to host bishop
 •  'New Zen for Women' writer talks to interfaith group
 •  NBA: Jermaine O'Neal waffles on trade talk
 •  NFL: Tucker says banned substance part of treatment
 •  NFL: 49er knee injury poses problems for new defense
 •  NFL: 49ers to wear throwback jerseys to honor Walsh
 •  NFL: McFarland's injury leaves hole in Colts' defense
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Big Island man killed in one-car crash identified
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, tennis
 •  On the air today: Red Sox-Angels, WNBA
 •  Barry Bonds is new home-run king
 •  Pair charged with March assault in Waianae
 •  Suspects arrested after ramming police car in Waipahu
 •  Former employees suspects in $50,500 theft of artworks
 •  Army to assess new ordnance find at Molokai landfill
 •  Maui woman killed after falling out of pickup
 •  Kalihi traffic fatality victim was Waianae man
 •  Police seek Kalihi gaming robbery suspect
 •  Kauai man gets six months in jail for animal cruelty
 •  Honolulu Zoo officials euthanize aging African lion
 •  Firefighters snuff 2 kitchen fires in Waialae building
 •  Court reinstates Hawaiians' lawsuit against OHA
 •  Shriners break ground on new $73 million hospital
 •  State tags $600K for temporary classrooms at 2 schools
 •  Coast Guard to set Hawaii Superferry security zone
 •  Lingle releases $535K for Kauai harbor upgrades
 •  Damien graduate gets Nainoa Hoe scholarship
 •  Singer's ailing health postponed Asia's Hawaii concerts
 •  Defending champ Kimberly Kim advances, faces Kaneko
 •  UH Warriors seek Boise State's BCS dreams
 •  Jetstar to drop Melbourne-Honolulu flight, report says
 •  Dental society set for Sunday cleanup at Sandy Beach
 •  Maui brushfire closes stretch of Makawao road
 •  3 taken to hospital after car, bus accident on Nimitz
 •  Vehicle plunges off road on Makiki Heights Drive
 •  Some Asians said to fall short of 'brainy' stereotype
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Hawaii's few burn beds among worrisome U.S. trend
 •  4 U.S. soldiers killed in roadside bombings in Iraq
 •  Box jellyfish warning today for Oahu's south shores
 •  'Kahoolawe Future' lecture tomorrow at UH Manoa
 •  Roadwork on stretch of Farrington closes single lanes
 •  UH termite expert offers seminar on the wood-eaters
 •  Windward teachers at space launch in Florida
 •  DUI arrests up 6 percent on Big Island
 •  Today's events: Music in the park, aquarium concert
 •  'Live Smoke Free' ads unveiled in Hawaii today
 •  Hawaii State ballerina picked for Russian academy
 •  Groundbreaking for Shriners Hospital today
 •  Kaaawa residents to hear plans for Makaua Stream
 •  Task force sets sustainability summit
 •  Chinese basketball league to hold foreign draft here
 •  Free termite lecture Thursday at WCC
 •  Mentoring program helps students in science, math
 •  MCC's Lahaina Center an asset on West Maui
 •  Hawaiian Electric shares post biggest drop in 6 years
 •  Tesoro's second-quarter profit jumps to $443 million
 •  Duke to play Princeton in Maui Invitational opener
 •  Buddhist movement co-founder to speak here
 •  Taliban militants try to overrun base in Afghanistan
 •  Hawaiian Airlines to use Tealeaf for online (news release)
 •  Surf remains 3 to 5 feet along east shores
 •  Japan's politicians make historic appointment
 •  3 HPU students earn scholarships to study abroad
 •  Help sought finding Hilo woman missing since March
 •  Kona man wanted on bench warrant
 •  Time for forgiveness celebrated
 •  Windward showers mainly at night, early morning
 •  'Say What You Need' seminar slated for Aug. 25
 •  Olympics: Beijing air pollution, food a concern

Local News
 •  Oahu sinkholes yield extinct birds Photo gallery
 •  Van plows into workers on Oahu; 1 dead, 1 hurt Photo gallery Video
 •  Judge bars Navy from sonar use off S. Calif.
 •  Hawaii school repairs on hold as economy weakens Photo gallery Video
 •  Arborist to survey H-2 trees slated for removal
 •  Inmates stretch interests with yoga Photo gallery Video
 •  Women's award names sought
 •  $1.45M released for sports room
 •  Anti-crime rally at park
 •  Fun run will benefit school
 •  $4.8M will add to field capacity
 •  Help kids play 'ukulele, read
 •  Nature Center receives gift
 •  Meeting set on Kekaha landfill
 •  Massive military exercise under way off Guam
 •  Lawyer seeks to suppress statement in child sex case
 •  Isle observatory plays role in discovery of new planet
 •  'Measuring What Matters' takes close look at Kauai
 •  Bell tolls in Honolulu for Hiroshima victims Photo gallery Video
 •  Community calendar
 •  Puna man, 47, dies in one-car crash
 •  Obituaries
 •  Art helps put lives together on Oahu

 •  Warriors football don pads, deal hits Photo gallery Video
 •  Bonds goes 0 for 3 in Giants' win
 •  Kealakehe's Clark among nine new head coaches
 •  Kealakehe's Clark among nine new head coaches
 •  Kapolei, Pearl City facilities to get upgrade
 •  Nevada lineman to miss seven weeks with injury
 •  Nevada beats Waipi'o at West Regional, 1-0
 •  Chun fires 71 at U.S. Amateur
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Volleyball question not settled

Island Life
 •  Playing it safe Video
 •  Read up on N.Y. museum, dating
 •  Article that sugarcoats labels is just stupid
 •  Reality will hit spoiled teens hard
 •  Classic, rising stars in concert
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Move over handymen: Women doing their own repairs
 •  36,000 origami cranes set to soar to Hiroshima

 •  6,100 acres of timber acquired on Big Island
 •  Housing market declines on Hawaii Island, Kauai
 •  Hawaiian Electric earnings fall 35.5%
 •  American Home Mortgage seeks bankruptcy protection
 •  'Blogosphere' lacks consensus on unions
 •  Buy.com set to take on eBay
 •  Dual-mode phone now available
 •  Fake Steve actually is tech editor at Forbes
 •  Military training a boon for Guam
 •  Flight delays worst in 13 years
 •  Hawaiian best at being on time

 •  Murder registry won't further safety
 •  Wiretaps and a flawed law: Here we go again
 •  Micronesian homelessness has many causes
 •  Rush for legacy as administration nears end
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Feeling the rush at Kaka'ako Waterfront Park
 •  Lava continues to flow at Kilauea
 •  Yoga in prison
 •  Remembering the atomic bombing of Hiroshima
 •  Fatal crash on Fort Weaver Road
 •  Kapolei's Timetraps
 •  Farrington High School repairs
 •  Seth's pix
 •  University of Hawai'i football practice