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Articles for August 17, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  International business expert at UH-Hilo Aug. 29
 •  Baseball: Arizona's Webb scoreless streak at 42 inn.
 •  Baseball: Mets' Glavine wins No. 301 vs. Nationals
 •  Wilson makes cut, McLachlin doesn't in golf tournament
 •  Business highlights: Fed cut, Northwest, Whole Foods
 •  Spectator cards part of Mililani's character ed program
 •  Preps: Spectator cards part of sportsmanship program
 •  NBA: Madsen out 3 months after boating accident
 •  Baseball: Offerman suspended until case resolved
 •  MRI on Victorino reveals no additional damage
 •  Big Island astronomy center gives sneak peek at PBS film
 •  Native film showcase starts rolling Wednesday
 •  Final jackpot rodeo show tomorrow in Waianae
 •  Things Japanese Sale begins at JCCH tomorrow
 •  NCL getting $1 billion infusion from Apollo Management
 •  Sign Language Festival begins today at KCC
 •  Aloha Tower ukulele contest entries wanted
 •  CFB: Nevada extends Ault's contract through 2011
 •  Tesoro donates share of sales to Meals on Wheels (news release)
 •  Preps: St. Joseph Invitational volleyball results
 •  Prospect Asset Management ups stake in Japanese REIT
 •  Maui's Arnoult-Ritthaler runner-up in Parapan tennis
 •  China tops U.S. women in World Grand Prix volleyball
 •  Golf: Davis Love recovering from kidney stone surgery
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams withdraws from Pilot Pen
 •  NHL: Ex-player gets probation for role in gambling ring
 •  Baseball: Cubs' Zambrano gets 5-year, $91.5M extension
 •  Golf: Woods won't play in first FedEx Cup playoff event
 •  Falcons QB Vick accused of executing dogs
 •  University Games: China divers continue dominance
 •  Stocks end up after Fed lowers discount rate
 •  U.S. stock futures soaring
 •  NFL: Slain player's mom visits Broncos, practice
 •  Hawaii residents must return juror questionnaires
 •  Olympics: Beijing venues prone to lightning strikes
 •  Sports tomorrow: High school football, volleyball
 •  Sports today: High school football, volleyball
 •  NFL: Bucs QB Simms just not himself
 •  Bloodmobile at Kapolei Sunset Festival
 •  On the air Sunday: Baseball, NFL, golf, tennis
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, 3 NFL games, golf
 •  On the air today: Baseball, NFL, Kapolei-Damien
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Hawaii high school football scoreboard
 •  French tourists killed in Maui crash identified
 •  Firefighters battling Wai'anae Valley brushfire
 •  Dog Chapman 'devastated' by bond ruling in his case
 •  Firefighters at scene of brushfire near Camp Erdman
 •  Pearl City LL (ages 13-14) advances to championship
 •  FEMA funding tapped to help pay for Big Island wildfire
 •  2 Pearl Harbor ships returning from deployment
 •  Toys 'R' Us pulls China-made vinyl bibs as precaution
 •  July jobless rate in Hawaii rises slightly to 2.6%
 •  Hawaii team wins Babe Ruth World Series opener
 •  Woe Canada, Wie misses cut by 4 at Canadian Open
 •  Six-day, 6,700-acre Waialua blaze now 90% contained
 •  Detroit Lions counting on ex-Warrior Alama-Francis
 •  Aerosmith to perform next month at Maui County Fair
 •  Visitor with medical condition missing on Big Island
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Honolulu-born singer performs on Fox 'Dance' finale
 •  Hundreds of Hawaii-made products on sale at Blaisdell
 •  Today's events: Kapolei festival, Shrines to Paradise
 •  UH's Shidler College of Business in U.S. News ranking
 •  Best surf along east shores today
 •  Maui's Puukolii affordable housing project advances
 •  First Magnus halts operations in Hawaii, elsewhere
 •  Makeover of Tropicana casino in Las Vegas on hold
 •  Indie filmmaker to represent Hawaii at 2 Kyoto events
 •  UH senior wins gold at World University Games
 •  Inouye lends support to Alaska senator during visit
 •  Hilo loses in semifinals of Senior League World Series
 •  UNLV, Reno college admission standards raised
 •  Big Island brushfire 90 percent contained
 •  Little rain relief in sight; trade winds continue
 •  U.S. soldier dies in clash with insurgents in Iraq
 •  Court's e-payment system down for maintenance
 •  Big Island DUI arrests up 4% so far in 2007
 •  Kauai offices closed today
 •  Special police training at Kauai school today
 •  New 'Hawaii Island's Most Wanted' episode airs tonight

Local News
 •  Hawaii docks cracking, in need of repair Photo gallery Video
 •  Tripler at fault, must pay family $9 million
 •  3 French tourists killed in Maui crash Video
 •  Hawaii Island fire evacuees return home
 •  Crews start taming Waialua fire, then wind picks up again
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Le Jardin dedicates its new classrooms
 •  Drunk-driving checkpoints set
 •  Bloodmobile to be at festival
 •  Community plan review due
 •  Streams could use your help
 •  Portuguese fest at Sam's Club
 •  Lend a hand to fix up fishpond
 •  Restriction on water use lifted
 •  Dolphins focus of free events
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Mayor will lead walk to observe 9/11
 •  Express cuts half-hour off commute
 •  Commuter ferry arrives in Honolulu Harbor
HIGHER EDUCATION
 •  University of Hawaii dorms fill up Video
FIRE
 •  Blazes now plague Wai'anae, taxing firefighters
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Arborists help extend life of 40 trees on Oahu Photo gallery Video
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Vigil to highlight dispute over Hawaii Island heiau
OTHER NEWS
 •  Salutes
 •  For the environment
 •  Community calendar
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  No injuries in forced landing
OBITUARIES
 •  Celebrating Roger Long at theater
 •  Obituaries
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Hawaii sustainability survey creating a buzz

Sports
 •  Hawaii newcomers, Brennan take plunge Photo gallery Video
 •  Wie trails by 10 shots in Canada
 •  Mixed martial arts 'Uprising' will get national TV audience
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Ford Island parking will be option
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Kahuku, Saint Louis kick off opening night of football
BASEBALL
 •  Pearl City continues perfect run at Juniors
 •  Pearl City pounded in Legion opener
 •  Hilo finishes 4-0 in pool, plays in semifinal today
RECREATION
 •  Kapolei girl a whirlwind in, out of the boxing ring
 •  Competitions abound at Duke's OceanFest
 •  Hawaii team finishes third at youth triathlon
 •  Harada fundraiser Sept. 5
 •  Sports notices
ISLE FILE
 •  U.S. boys sweep past China in world volleyball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Stadium promises more aloha

Island Life
 •  The local perspective
 •  Fashion show ends a busy summer
 •  Cast rules in this play by the Bard
MUSIC
 •  Billboard hits
MOVIES
 •  Catch the first 3 films of maverick director Sam Fuller
 •  'Wild Hogs' is back with unremarkable extras
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  Emmy may yet smile on Leary
 •  On cable, it's 'a summer to remember'
FASHION
 •  Messenger bags are what's hot
PEOPLE
 •  Jason Tam off to off-Broadway run
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Home and garden calendar
 •  For 2015, it's a home's inside that counts
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Party tonight at Candy Shop
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about...
MOMS
 •  Young athletes at risk of dehydration and heat stroke
 •  Messenger bags are what's hot
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Cyril Pahinui plays, sings with artistry Audio

Business
 •  Hawaii's top healthcare companies report losses
 •  University of Hawaii generating fewer research dollars
 •  Hawaii economy expected to continue to moderate
REAL ESTATE
 •  Countrywide borrows $11.5B
 •  30-year mortgage rates up slightly
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Firm selected to manage hydrogen-based tech fund
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Broker guilty in fraud that cost Isle investors $1 million
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Oahu furniture store customers to get refunds
 •  Mid Pac Petroleum of Hawaii being bought out
 •  Whole Foods Market's purchase of rival Wild Oats wins court OK
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Isles still tops in costs to business

Opinion
 •  No Child reform plan has promising ideas
 •  Military must face truth about suicides
COMMENTARY
 •  Ignore the damning study, kid vid has merit
 •  Our dogs deserve better than a chained life
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Hawaii sustainability survey creating a buzz
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  From delinquent to star: L.T. Smooth
 •  Fashion show ends a busy summer
 •  Go behind the tourism stereotypes in 'Paradise' Video
 •  Concert raises funds for medical missions
NIGHTLIFE
 •  Cherry Blossom teasers kick off first monthly gig
 •  After Hours: Nightspotting
MOVIES
 •  Catch the first 3 films of maverick director Sam Fuller
 •  'Wild Hogs' is back with unremarkable extras
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  Emmy may yet smile on Leary
 •  On cable, it's 'a summer to remember'
MUSIC
 •  Billboard hits
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Cyril Pahinui plays, sings with artistry Audio
DINING
 •  Now introducing breakfast at Diamond Head Grill
COMEDY
 •  My view: 'Werewolves and Lollipops' by Patton Oswalt
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about...

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  H-2 Freeway trees
 •  Small-boat harbors need repair
 •  UH football practice