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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 25, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Golf: Ochoa leads by one stroke in Safeway Classic
 •  Autos: NASCAR admits scoring error against Busch
 •  Baseball: Padres place Giles on 15-day disabled list
 •  Baseball: Rangers' Eyre to undergo elbow surgery
 •  Autos: Franchitti takes pole for IndyCar race
 •  Baseball: Georgia advances to Little League final
 •  Thunderstorms hit North Shore, flood advisory issued
 •  Golf: Stricker birdies to 65, takes The Barclays lead
 •  Preps: Defending champ Na Alii fall to Japanese team
 •  Basketball: Anthony leads U.S. past Canada, 113-63
 •  Golf: SMU graduate has chance at rare USGA double
 •  Kaneohe's Wilson shoots 68 at PGA's The Barclays
 •  Track and field: American shot putters 1-2 in worlds
 •  Baseball: Walk-off grand slam lifts Tokyo into LL final
 •  NFL: Chiefs pick Huard as starting quarterback
 •  CFB: Arkansas DE Harrison suspended after arrest
 •  Tennis: Kuznetsova wins Pilot Pen when opponent quits
 •  Golf: Three share lead at European Tour event
 •  Autos: Massa takes pole for Turkish Grand Prix
 •  Track and field: Dibaba captures 10,000 at worlds
 •  CFB: What's old is new again for Glanville's Portland St.
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, USA hoops, NFL, golf
 •  On the air today: NFL, prep football, baseball, volleyball
 •  Fight ends Campbell-Aiea football game
 •  $5 Superferry tickets are selling fast
 •  Oahu flash flood warning canceled
 •  Prep football scoreboard
 •  Gwen Stefani gets up close with fans at Blaisdell show
 •  Beating leaves man in critical condition in Kalihi
 •  Canada's Cote stops Maui's Grove in UFC 74
 •  Wie shoots 75, misses cut at LPGA's Safeway Classic
 •  McLachlin opens 7-stroke lead in Nationwide tourney
 •  AP: UH's Brennan plans to operate 'full throttle'
 •  Waianae Coast town meeting with mayor set for Tuesday
 •  Stream, block cleanups to be held during September
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  2008-09 school calendar approved
 •  Pali Kailua-bound closed tonight for tunnel upkeep
 •  Lingle releases money for new roofs at Maui CC
 •  Road to Kona Community Hospital will be repaved
 •  Car crash report on Kamehameha Highway in Kaneohe
 •  Emergency responders treating unconscious woman
 •  Fire damages studio apartment in Wailua area of Kauai
 •  Firefighters respond to report of brushfire in Pearl City
 •  Wahiawa man, 40, reported to be unconscious after fall
 •  Pearl City Library offers children's storytime programs
 •  Light pole repairs set for today from Maili to Makaha
 •  Pothole repairs may slow eastbound H-1 traffic today
 •  Unstable air could bring a few heavy showers today
 •  Surf likely to hit 3 to 5 feet today along south shores
 •  Equine Influenza outbreak halts Australian racing

Local News
 •  Waianae beach parking lots closing at night Video
 •  Hawaii Superferry starts tomorrow for $5
 •  Waialua wildfire called intentionally set
 •  Picky eating habits may be in child's genes, study shows
 •  Launch spurs traffic changes on Maui
 •  Honolulu contracts rail transit study for $86M
 •  U.S. attack kills 18 militants, civilians
 •  Former Hawaii union leader's fraud appeal rejected
 •  Deaths from childbirth rising in U.S., but still low
 •  No botulism found in Maui chili case
 •  Hawaii school flu shots raising mercury issue
 •  3-day meeting draws diverse ethnic groups
 •  Water board seeks voluntary cut of 10% in Central Maui
 •  go! parent chief lauds Superferry's $5 fares
 •  Boulders removed from Moanalua hillside Photo gallery Video
 •  Ewa neighbors split on industrial park plan
 •  Woman rowing to Hawaii capsizes after only 90 miles
 •  Obituaries

 •  Michigan upsets 10th-ranked Hawaii Photo gallery
 •  Wai'anae rallies past Mililani, 13-9 Photo gallery
 •  Warriors looking to kick start offense Video
 •  Halawa lot will open earlier; tailgate at Aloha
 •  Wai'anae rallies past Mililani, 13-9 Photo gallery
 •  Kamehameha prevails, 21-12
 •  Mamiya powers No. 1 Crusaders
 •  Waipahu rolls past Waialua
 •  Hawaii Football Guide
 •  High school notices
 •  Today's events
 •  Games on TV
 •  Fujikawa misses cut by 3 in Canadian Tour event
 •  Wie struggles with putter, opens with 79 at Safeway
 •  McLachlin cushions lead in Dye event
 •  Unlikely finalists riding in Waikiki
 •  UH-Hilo, Chaminade win two at Hawaiian Style
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  It's Saturday! Make some tracks!
 •  Healing Garden fest is where nature, nurture meet
 •  I Love Liliha celebration fun for all ages
 •  Water sports, parade, more at OceanFest
 •  Be Greek with envy at weekend festival
 •  Bon dances tonight in Kapahulu and 'Aiea
 •  Get health tips at summer fair in Hawaii Kai
 •  Slack-key artist Cindy Combs to perform free
 •  Shi-shi jokes overflow 'Ala Wai'
 •  Massacre still touchy subject
 •  Widow makes husband's dream a reality
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  One dad's promise to stay sober
 •  Author to speak at free workshop
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  What's cool to wear for girls, tweens and teens

 •  Hawaii Business College closed
 •  Hawaii businesses pitch products to military Photo gallery Video
 •  Hard Rock Cafe will move to bigger Waikiki site
 •  Rises in factory orders, home sales ease outlook
 •  Teen first to break iPhone software lock
 •  Space tourism industry rocked by accident that killed 3
 •  DeLoreans headed back to future
 •  Skype outage just a blip for Net phones
 •  2 firms fined for waste violations

 •  Immune to FOIA law? Bush must be kidding
 •  Alas, no lack of Equal Rites Award candidates
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Shi-shi jokes overflow 'Ala Wai'
 •  TGI Saturday

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Moanalua Valley rock removal
 •  Gwen Stefani rocks Blaisdell
 •  Investiture of Aloha Festivals Royal Court
 •  UH Wahine volleyball season opener
 •  Wai'anae vs. Mililani
 •  Hawaii Food Show