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Articles for July 2, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Mililani captures PONY 13-year-old state tournament
 •  ASICS Rainbows 14-year-olds win volleyball title
 •  Running: Salazar suffered heart attack; status upgraded
 •  NBA: Yi not talking about NBA, Bucks
 •  MLB: Phils' Howard to defend Home Run Derby title
 •  MLB: Cove boat traffic limited for All-Star game
 •  Oden signs with Blazers, impresses teammates
 •  MLB: Yankees' Clemens earns career win No. 350
 •  Victorino homers in Phillies' loss to Astros
 •  NBA: Fisher leaves Jazz to help daughter with cancer
 •  Soccer: U.S. men lose, on brink of elimination
 •  Tennis: NBC fires Bud Collins after 35 years
 •  City & County employees credit union changes name
 •  Former Rainbow Wahine Sanders released by Detroit
 •  Mauionline offers new streaming video service (news release)
 •  Olympics: Handshake can lead to Winter bid victory
 •  Business highlights: Oil prices, dollar falls, Trump
 •  Cholo's Waimea Swim set for Saturday
 •  Sig Zane online sale starts tonight at midnight
 •  'Save Our Seas' at Mamiya Theatre July 21-22
 •  Football: Ex-college players try out for new league
 •  NHL: Penguins sign veterans Sykora, Sydor
 •  Tennis: Nadal misses match pt. in 3rd, now waits in 5th
 •  NFL: Owens sues nightclub over use of his name, photo
 •  NBA: Celtics introduce veteran Allen, rookies
 •  Local PRSA chapter to give Koa Anvil Awards July 19
 •  NBA: Celtics introduce veteran Allen, rookies
 •  NFL: Linebacker Arrington released from hospital
 •  Heaven on Earth to open third Honolulu spa
 •  Alamo Rent A Car, ANA forge travel partnership
 •  Preps: Football officials clinic tonight
 •  NFL: Tank Johnson under legal limit in DUI arrest
 •  NFL: 4 magazines pick Patriots to win Super Bowl
 •  Pualani Hawaii to open swimwear shop in Waikiki
 •  Medical association holding convention in Hawaii
 •  Salt Lake City specialist to discuss staph bacteria
 •  PBS' 'Na Mele' moves to 7:30 p.m. on Mondays
 •  TV tonight: Tube Notes
 •  myadvertiser.com editor to speak at luncheon
 •  Unity Church of Hawaii screens 'The Secret'
 •  SummerTheatre students present 'Transformations'
 •  Kauai lei contest scheduled for July 14
 •  'Transformers,' 'License to Wed' open tomorrow
 •  Annual Parker Ranch rodeo set for Wednesday
 •  MLB: Another manager tries to end Reds' slump
 •  MLB: Giants announcer hopes to avoid unheard call
 •  NFL: Bills punter Moorman signs $10M extension
 •  Report: Benoit bought excessive amounts of steroids
 •  Colleges: Big Ten TV network launches Aug. 30
 •  NFL: Calif. court ends Raiders' lawsuit against league
 •  NBA: Iverson calls lawsuit a get-rich-quick scheme
 •  Foul language on tank top of A-Rod's wife causes stir
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams collapses, rallies for win
 •  NFL: Bucs rookie safety Piscatelli is a playmaker
 •  NBA: Pistons-Billups negotiations off to slow start
 •  NBA: Coach says Zach Randolph a changed man
 •  NBA: Clippers seek Francis to fill backcourt void
 •  NFL: Michael Vick scrambling to rebuild his reputation
 •  MLB: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  MLB: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: Wimbledon, soccer, baseball
 •  On the air today: Braves-Dodgers, Twins-Yankees
 •  Lawai man killed in two-car crash on Kauai
 •  Big Island brushfire burns 9,000 acres, arson suspected
 •  Toddler seriously injured in fall from 2nd floor
 •  Job coach sentenced for abusing incompetent person
 •  HECO using copter transports at Waimea, Manoa
 •  City presenting transit conference July 14
 •  Lanakila Meals on Wheels gets $25,000 donation
 •  Lava flowing back into Pu'u 'O'o
 •  Autopsy scheduled for body found at Haleakala
 •  Firefighters responding to report of building fire
 •  $10 million grant facilitates home care for ill, disabled
 •  Firefighters extinguish brushfires in Kaneohe, Nanakuli
 •  Hawaii gets $500K grant for innovative STEM education
 •  Road closures in Waimea next week for rock removal
 •  Hopes high for Filipino historical site in California
 •  Jackie Chan's Ala Moana restaurant abruptly closes
 •  Kimberly Kim on summer of golf: 'Not always easy'
 •  UH softball coaches earn regional honor
 •  Bush commutes prison sentence for former aide
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Fireworks set for tomorrow night at Aloha Tower
 •  City adds buses for Ala Moana fireworks event
 •  Hawaii AAA offers holiday 'Tipsy Tow' service
 •  Government offices, some services closed July Fourth
 •  Lanai girl, 9, represents Hawaii at arthritis conference
 •  High-surf advisory continues along south-facing shores
 •  Trade winds, isolated showers in forecast for week
 •  UH Termite Project offers prevention, control tips
 •  Today's events: book sale, Celtic celebration, comedy
 •  500 Guam government workers hit by pay cuts
 •  Developer of Craigside applies for building permit
 •  Firefighters responding to report of Kapolei brushfire
 •  Concert raises $30K for USS Oklahoma memorial effort
 •  New promotion spurs bookings for convention cener
 •  Upcountry Maui residents cut water use as required
 •  6 U.S. troops killed in Iraq violence
 •  Stocks end up on start of third quarter
 •  NFL: Browns center back from near death

Local News
 •  Chinatown parking woes worsen
 •  Public denied access to some Oahu beaches
 •  'Makeover' home recipient earns $100K
 •  Tax break lowers Oahu gas prices by 12 cents
 •  Hokulea returns to Hawaii after 5 months Photo gallery
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Heartwarming day for foster kids
 •  Digital camp for kids is back
 •  Paddleboard race for all ages
 •  Bank giving IHS 100 computers
 •  National win for media teacher
 •  Business group elects officers
 •  Mystery writing topic for July 9
 •  July 4 fireworks permits on sale
 •  Man gets 5 years for sixth DUI
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Obama pulls in record $32.5M
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Hawaii to advertise hurricane program
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Millions of letters to troops, one passionate teen
 •  War brings reforms in healthcare
 •  Veterans called to display medals
 •  Military group seeks school supplies
 •  Marines won't discharge vet
POLICE BEAT
 •  Man charged with luring child online
OTHER NEWS
 •  Lot work complicates parking in Kaimuki
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
JAN TENBRUGGENCATE
 •  Hawaii prepared to clean up emissions

Sports
 •  Youths help Kane'ohe remain undefeated Photo gallery
 •  Moribe gets job done at Sandy's
 •  Bonds to start in All-Star game
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Navy, Air Force officers take honors at Hawaiian Islands Photo gallery
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Inside the closet of a Hawaii style diva
 •  TV dishing out intense food fights
 •  Shuteye can help boost your game
MOVIES
 •  Moore set to rake in 50 percent of 'Sicko' profits
PETER BOYLAN
 •  Uphill, to an MBA and redemption
TELEVISION
 •  Explore law and order, Chinese-style
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Pro-eating-disorder Web sites attract teens
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Fight off geezerhood with these memorable tips
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

Business
 •  Hawaiian Telcom facing increased heat
 •  Oldies still goodies
 •  New law to protect China workers
WORKPLACE
 •  Small talk can pay off big time
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Leadership Corner Audio
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Apple: iPhone launch a success
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  Statistics show need for new transit culture
 •  Shipping local waste is not long-term solution
COMMENTARY
 •  Patience needed in judging success of Act 221
 •  Immigrants raise the standard for America
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Inside the closet of a Hawaii style diva
 •  TV dishing out intense food fights
MOVIES
 •  Moore set to rake in 50 percent of 'Sicko' profits
TELEVISION
 •  Explore law and order, Chinese-style
 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  Hokule'a's homecoming
 •  Hawaiian Islands Bodybuilding Championship
 •  Na 'Ohana O Na Hui Wa'a Koa Kai Regatta