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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 18, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Iolani hammers Kaiser, 44-0, in prep football
 •  Waianae shuts down Farrington, 21-7, in prep football
 •  Pac-Five tops Radford in prep football, 21-12
 •  Preps: St. Joseph Volleyball Classic results
 •  Dolphins' Mauia has cast on left hand after wrist injury
 •  NFL: QBs impressive in Texans-Cardinals game
 •  Baseball: Clemens wins in return from suspension
 •  Beach volleyball: Dalhausser and Rogers win in Boston
 •  Tucson ousts Pearl City in American Legion regional
 •  CFB: Injuries for Texas receivers mounting
 •  Tennis: Henin reaches final at Rogers Cup
 •  Kaneohe's Wilson shoots 70 at Wyndham Championship
 •  NFL: Jaguars cut QB Couch, sign DT
 •  Baseball: White Sox's Dye agrees to 2-year extension
 •  Tennis: Federer outlasts Hewitt, seeks 50th title
 •  Golf: Overton opens 3-shot lead at Wyndham tourney
 •  Preps: Kamehameha wins Ann Kang Invitational
 •  Bown, Ah Mow-Santos help U.S. women in victory
 •  Soccer: U.S. striker McBride out with knee injury
 •  AP college preview: Hawaii, others chase BCS dreams
 •  CFB: AP college football poll voting panel
 •  CFB: 2007-08 College Football Bowl Schedule
 •  U.S. men take volleyball bronze at University Games
 •  University Games: China wins overall gold medal title
 •  Assault reported at Tiares Sports Bar in Kailua
 •  Overturned vehicle reported on H-1 westbound
 •  Two-car crash reported on Likelike near Kono Street
 •  NFL: Patriots, DE Warren agree on long-term deal
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Sports tomorrow: Paddling, polo
 •  Sports today: Football, NCAA Summer hoops league
 •  On the air tomorrow: NFL, golf, youth baseball
 •  On the air today: 3 NFL games, youth baseball, golf
 •  Pearl City wins Jr. Little League 13-14 World Series
 •  Woman critically injured in Makapuu crash
 •  AP: UH must go unbeaten for Brennan to win Heisman
 •  AP college preview: Hawaii among possible BCS busters
 •  Sword-wielding man arrested in Mililani
 •  Man arrested in fracas with police officer
 •  Punahou falls in pool play of Ruth 13-15 World Series
 •  Police snare drunken drivers
 •  Woman arrested after allegedly hitting man with pipe
 •  UH men's hoops team signs 6-10 player from China
 •  Warriors ranked No. 23 in AP preseason football poll
 •  Haleiwa's Ching will play for U.S. soccer in Sweden
 •  Moderate earthquakes jostle area near Tokyo
 •  6.0 earthquake rattles Loyalty Islands near Australia
 •  Maui police plan reckless driving enforcement effort
 •  Maui bill proposes prohibiting superstores
 •  Reunion planned for East-West Center 1970s alumni
 •  Breezy weather expected to continue into new week
 •  CFB: Southern California tops AP's preseason Top 25
 •  3- to 5-foot surf expected today along eastern shores
 •  Firefighters kept busy cleaning up after collisions
 •  Brawl reported in front of Hawaii Medical Center West
 •  Unconscious person found at Ala Moana Center
 •  Emergency workers called for man stuck in Kailua canal

Local News
 •  Waialua brushfire was 'the fire of the future'
 •  Retired general expects troop cuts soon
 •  NCL might end Hawaii interisland cruises
 •  Ecological disaster feared once rains hit brushfire area
 •  Driver may have dozed off in Haleakala crash
 •  Inouye declares his support for embattled Alaska senator
 •  Honolulu court keeps Dog Chapman under bond
 •  Native Hawaiian groups form history coalition
 •  Hawaii's palace marks 125th anniversary Photo gallery
 •  Big new dialysis clinic opens on Maui
 •  Missing man from California sought
 •  John C. Lanham, 82, Circuit Court judge
 •  Obituaries

 •  Saint Louis rolls past Kahuku in opener Photo gallery Video
 •  Warriors work on 'war chant' to replace haka Photo gallery Video
 •  Wie shoots 74, misses Canadian cut
 •  Saint Louis rolls past Kahuku in opener Photo gallery Video
 •  Kapolei has too much for Damien, 14-0
 •  Mililani dominates Castle, 43-6
 •  Venezuela ousts Hilo in semifinals
 •  Punahou holds on behind Aglipay
 •  Pearl City reaches Junior World Series title game
 •  U.S. boys lose to Russia in volleyball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Go Putt! Video
 •  What-was-I-thinking duds? Closet Swap 'em
 •  Girls rule waves in Wahine Surf Contest
 •  John Cruz in concert (free!) in Hawaii Kai
 •  Browse and munch at Made in Hawaii fest
 •  Horses show off their tricks in Waimanalo
 •  Youth Opera Chorus hosts open auditions
 •  British dance diva M.I.A. goes worldwide
 •  Disney's 'High School Musical' sequel graduates to new level
 •  Actress turns novelist, writing about show biz
 •  Proselytizer's code of ethics
 •  'Warriors' take to streets and beyond
 •  'Magical' amulet craze sweeps across Thailand
 •  Retreat aims to renew soldiers
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Scripture's wisdom is for all ages
 •  Class discusses meaning of life
 •  Stefan George live, intimate at Atherton
 •  Script-reading impedes human drama of play
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  Packing healthy school lunches
 •  Hot new lunchboxes

 •  Hawaiian Tel to offer high-speed Internet
 •  Hawaii unemployment rate up in July
 •  Fed rate cut helps markets rebound
 •  National mortgage lender lays off staff, closes doors
 •  Mortgage loans harder to get
 •  Little seed company growing like crazy
 •  Nokia urges U.S. to ban chip imports made by Qualcomm
 •  Vioxx removal has FDA tightening requirements
 •  Japan leads slide in Asian markets
 •  UH's business school ranks 19th

 •  Conviction no victory for Bush camp
 •  Padilla case shows courts can fight terrorism
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Disney's 'High School Musical' sequel graduates to new level
 •  British dance diva M.I.A. goes worldwide
 •  TGI Saturday

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Iolani Palace 125th anniversary celebration
 •  UH football practice
 •  Kahuku-Saint Louis football