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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 16, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Legendary drummer Max Roach dead at 83
 •  Business highlights: Countrywide, Dell, Whole Foods
 •  Shark sighting closes Maui beach for 2 hours
 •  Preps: Ann Kang Invitational Volleyball results
 •  Hawaii Sign Language Festival begins tomorrow
 •  'Tropic Thunder' still seeks Asian men for extra work
 •  Baseball: Veteran Franco reports to Class A Rome
 •  Suzuki's home run lifts A's over Chicago in 10
 •  Tennis: Federer survives scare; Roddick sent packing
 •  Baseball: Nationals' Johnson won't play at all in 2007
 •  NFL: Patriots release veteran punter Miller
 •  Wilson, McLachlin each shoot 70 at PGA event
 •  NFL: Lewis grateful to be out of Philly, in with Niners
 •  Bluesman Stefan George at Atherton studio Saturday
 •  Chefs demos tomorrow-Sunday at Made in Hawaii fest
 •  San Francisco designer Joshua Chen speaks at UH tonight
 •  Wahine amateur surf contest at Kewalo Bowls Saturday
 •  NBA: Clippers sign guard Diaz
 •  NBA: Pistons sign free-agent guard/forward Hayes
 •  Cyanotech reports $7.4M loss for fiscal 2006
 •  CFB: UConn suspends 2 football players
 •  Redman joins Rock the Bells hip-hop fest at Blaisdell
 •  After 64 years, Virginia City gets prep football team
 •  New cell site boosts Verizon's North Shore coverage
 •  Camps: Extreme Fitness Club offers volleyball clinic
 •  NBA: San Antonio sign free agent Udoka
 •  CFB: USC tailback Moody decides to transfer
 •  Tennis: Henin moves into quarterfinals of Rogers Cup
 •  CFB: Kickoffs from 30: more returns, injuries
 •  Aug. 25 fair to offer Taste of Portugal
 •  Hawaii Kai health fair to benefit environmental group
 •  World Camp cultural festival tomorrow
 •  NFL: Niners, Raiders team up to help schools
 •  NFL: No deal yet in Vick dogfighting conspiracy case
 •  NBA: Free-agent guard Robert Hite signs with Nets
 •  NFL: Bills Fowler unlikely to play against Falcons
 •  Golf: Scott Strange leads Scandinavian Masters
 •  University Games: U.S. volleyball falls in semifinals
 •  Baseball: World Junior canceled over visa controversy
 •  Colleges: Tennessee's Summitt files for divorce
 •  NFL: Goodell says Vick saga not overshadowing season
 •  CFB: Gator athletics gives $6M to academic programs
 •  NFL: Two Eagles could be done for season
 •  NFL: Cardinals could lose linebacker for season
 •  CFB: Houston player's conditions improve
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: Prep football, NFL, baseball
 •  On the air today: Dolphins-Chiefs, baseball
 •  Three French visitors dead in Maui car crash
 •  Family awarded $9.4M for 'negligent' Tripler treatment
 •  Wie shoots 4 over 75 at Canadian Women's Open
 •  Cessna makes forced landing on Lanai; no one hurt
 •  Evacuated residents from Big Isle brushfire return home
 •  Debt collection dispute leads to arrest at Ala Moana
 •  Shark sighting closes Maui beach for 2 hours
 •  Waipahu man arrested with stolen firearms
 •  Woman charged with Ewa Beach rampage
 •  Wind kicks up at Waialua brushfire; HFD responds
 •  2 men released in Honolulu extortion probe
 •  State revenue collections up 25.7%
 •  Kapolei brushfire 90 percent contained
 •  Hilo LL (ages 14-16) rallies to win, to play in semifinals
 •  Pearl City LL (ages 13-14) gets another shutout win
 •  Lingle declares emergency for drought, wildfire relief
 •  U.S., Japan mayors to meet here next week
 •  Olomana firefighters at Waianae fire station brushfire
 •  Waianae brushfire off Paheehee Road 90% contained
 •  Guided-missile destroyers return home Monday
 •  $1.3M to help Hawaii in security, disaster preparation
 •  HELCO's emergency phone number back in service
 •  Rains help loosen Big Island water restrictions
 •  Florida broker convicted of defrauding local investors
 •  Police DUI checkpoints start tonight on Oahu
 •  Talking trash turns out to be complicated on Maui
 •  Hawaii judiciary mailing 245,000 juror questionnaires
 •  Food ID effort to develop traceability for Hawaii farms
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  U.S. military buildup brings tensions on Guam
 •  Today's events: Moonlight Mele, 'Prophecy and Honor'
 •  Hawaii rated most expensive state for businesses
 •  Kaaawa drowning victim was Hawaii Kai man
 •  Highways, plants dominate concerns of Maui project
 •  HMSA reports second quarter loss of $4.34 million
 •  Crews responding to 3rd brushfire in Waianae area
 •  Car reportedly hits worker near University H-1 exit
 •  Firefighters checking brushfire report at Kaena Point
 •  Lahaina biotech company gets $3M in venture capital
 •  Firefighters at scene of reported brushfire in Makaha
 •  Saving endangered birds in Hawaii part of global effort
 •  Lomi lomi workshop planned for St. Andrew's
 •  Author to detail environmentally friendly landscaping
 •  'Greek Week' in Honolulu to honor annual fest
 •  Military maneuvers close Bellows beach this weekend
 •  Catch excerpts from Hot Seat in Sunday's Focus section
 •  Nimitz roadwork near Fort Street starting at 8 p.m.
 •  With Flossie gone, trade winds return
 •  Wall Street pulls off late-session turnaround
 •  4.0 earthquake reported on Big Island
 •  Court's e-payment system down for maintenance Friday
 •  Best post-Flossie surf found along east shores
 •  Report: Army suicide rate highest in 26 years
 •  Peru quake death toll rises to 450; 1 American dead
 •  Missing teen sought on Kauai
 •  HPU grad ceremony tonight moved to Blaisdell hall
 •  Quake shakes Solomon Islands; no tsunami generated
 •  Baseball: Giambi won't be disciplined by commissioner

Local News
 •  UH semester to bring traffic, parking snarls
 •  Isle educators defend improved test scores
 •  Student drug-use findings alarming
 •  Crews gaining ground on Oahu fire Photo gallery Video
 •  Hurricane's close call seen as 'great exercise' Video
 •  Kaimuki parking gets mixed reviews
 •  UH orientation week resumes
 •  Sports courts to be refurbished
 •  Two new tenants at Pearlridge
 •  Sunset festival this weekend
 •  Monument to pandanus tree
 •  Suggestions on hospital sought
 •  Kilauea Refuge fee increase set
 •  Lingle names advisory panel
 •  Group petitions Hawaii to block ocean acidification
 •  U.S. Agency will hold public hearings on Akaka bill
 •  Chinatown park, statue honor Sun Yat-sen
 •  Junior 'Bows high on success, low on space
 •  Spending on students rising
 •  Ranking of colleges rankles some
 •  HPU graduation tonight at Shell
 •  Hawaii AG seeks to end secrecy in starvation case
 •  Oahu church manager arrested in check fraud
 •  Oahu center sends warning
 •  Community calendar
 •  Art-theft case arrestees freed
 •  Obituaries
 •  T-shirts aren't what Hawaiians are all about

 •  Warriors make grade Photo gallery Video
 •  Cubi-Otineru took the long way home
 •  Hawaii signs JUCO forward
 •  Onzuka was 'rock' of Wai'anae community, 78
 •  Game at Wai'anae moved to Saturday
 •  Family, fun and food bring Kim back home
 •  Turtle Bay match play next week
 •  Holes in One
 •  BYUH predicted to win title
 •  Pearl City in U.S. final
 •  2005 champions will not play on
 •  U.S. boys volleyball team loses opener
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  They'd like to kick a losing habit

Island Life
 •  Motivation key to fitness, trainer suggests
 •  Remembering Elvis
 •  Applying to colleges takes organization
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Don't take a no-fitness vacation
 •  Drink lots of water to curb UTIs
 •  King of queens
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Studying family tree online brings surprises
 •  Fledgling actresses land roles in DHT opener

 •  Oahu single-family home sales still strong
 •  Inflation rate on Oahu moderates to 5%
 •  Mint hoping history sells new $1 golden coin
 •  Tax credits for hybrids phasing out
 •  Avoiding annual wallet pinch
 •  What to do when the boss is difficult
 •  Whole Foods takeover bid turns bitter
 •  State data book posted online

 •  Homelessness calls for sustained solutions
 •  U.N. mission needs more teeth in Darfur
 •  Anonymity a seductive but dangerous lure
 •  Allies must insist U.S. modernize arsenal
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  National Guard assists HFD with blaze
 •  UH football fall camp