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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 5, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Hawaii ABA team will call Blaisdell Center arena home
 •  Soccer: Lilly to be honored before Norway match
 •  Business highlights: Mortgage rates, Hilton, oil prices
 •  'Manaleo' project receives OHA grant
 •  PBS Hawaii's 'Island Insights' moves to Thursday nights
 •  NBA: Clippers, Wizards sign first-round draft picks
 •  Wilson shoots 74 in PGA's AT&T National
 •  NBA: Oden, Durant set for Las Vegas summer league
 •  Grants available for Pacific Islander TV projects
 •  Ex-UH player Allen holding volleyball Skills Camp
 •  Four UH track and field athletes on all-academic team
 •  Honolulu's Lam withdraws from Futures tennis event
 •  MLB: Bonds will sit out All-Star Home Run Derby
 •  Olympics: Leaders approve Youth Games for 2010
 •  BALCO leaker agrees to longer prison sentence
 •  Primatech wins $6.8M contract at Pearl Harbor
 •  Mixed day on Wall Street in post-holiday trading
 •  Former Islander Brian Keith set for Walk of Fame star
 •  Meeting professionals group names local chapter head
 •  NFL: Oakland's McNeal arrested on oustanding warrant
 •  Aloha Tower inaugurates First Fashion Fridays
 •  Shinto midsummer ceremony set for Saturday
 •  Quartet to play Live from the Lawn tomorrow
 •  Carlyle Group to buy airlines communications system
 •  Eddie Kamae wins NEA honor
 •  Olympics: Games spotlight China's human-rights record
 •  NBA: Sonics hire Carlesimo to guide team
 •  NBA: Hill moving from Magic to Suns, says agent
 •  NFL: Revival of charges against Pacman delayed
 •  Tennis: Nadal wins another five-setter, Williams wins
 •  Yachting: 110 children rescued from sea at regatta
 •  NBA: Heat sign first-rounder Cook, make other moves
 •  Hawaii taxes on gas, cigarettes vary from other states
 •  Preps: Most states keep steroids a local issue
 •  On the air tomorrow: Wimbledon, Yankees-Angels
 •  On the air today: Wimbledon, U.S. Senior Open golf
 •  Cycling: Petacchi out of Tour after failed doping test
 •  Horse racing: Jockey suspended for overuse of whip
 •  Olympics: Russian city selection seen as win for Putin
 •  MLB: Injury keeps Rodriguez out of Yankees' lineup
 •  MLB: Today's, tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Brushfires reported in Wa'ahila, Manoa
 •  Scooter operator injured in Helemano collision dies
 •  Ewa Beach murder suspect arrested in Wahiawa
 •  Stolen camp photos returned
 •  Authorities ID Ewa Beach stabbing victim
 •  Kauai brushfire reported to be under control
 •  Boy escapes serious injury from conveyor belt
 •  Kauai traffic in Kapaa slowed due to brushfire
 •  Fireworks play suspected of starting Lahaina brushfire
 •  Agriculture complex in Hilo gets $500,000 from state
 •  Woman, 69, dies after crashing car in Royal Kunia
 •  Condition of injured pedestrian upgraded to serious
 •  Central Pacific Bank's Waimalu branch robbed by man
 •  Monitor urban Honolulu traffic on new Web site
 •  Man wanted for questioning in Wednesday homicide
 •  Firefighters respond to fewer fire calls over holiday
 •  Police Beat: Officers use Taser in arrest at restaurant
 •  Punchbowl closing for South Korean president's visit
 •  Most charges dropped in case involving Lingle aide
 •  Plea agreement approved in murder of 5-year-old girl
 •  Lingle signs 'leave' directive for some foster parents
 •  Warning signs along Palolo Stream tied to sewer leak
 •  Lingle urges special session to fix flaws in bills
 •  Hawaii hotel occupancy falls for 13th straight month
 •  H-1 School Street on-ramp closed this weekend
 •  Haleiwa's Ching scores in Houston's victory over N.Y.
 •  Safeway fined over false pesticidal claims in Hawaii
 •  Wedemeyer inducted into national prep Hall of Fame
 •  June Jones knows why no one wants to play in Hawaii
 •  NFL: Ex-UH star Alama-Francis loving the pro life
 •  Hawaii cat survives 18 days alone in shipping container
 •  600 birds found in cockfighting raid in California
 •  Chan Kim tied for third in Michigan junior golf tourney
 •  Kimberly Kim tied for 14th in Rolex junior golf
 •  Japan's missile interceptor test may be off Hawaii
 •  Downed pole closes Papipi Road in 'Ewa Beach
 •  No injuries after car crashes into Waimanalo house
 •  Las Vegas forecast to tie record high of 116 degrees
 •  Alu Like to honor Hawaii 'pillars' at gala fundraiser
 •  Kaimuki library to host 'Harry Potter' event
 •  City expands wireless Internet service
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Golf: Woods struggles in first round of own tournament
 •  Condemnation of Maui beach lot given a go
 •  Some on Maui concerned about new shopping center
 •  Tree fire reported in Kualoa Regional Park
 •  Hannemann to discuss traffic management, WiFi plans
 •  Hilton shares soar after takeover offer from Blackstone
 •  Hawaiian civic club to hold fundraising garage sale
 •  No fireworks-related injuries reported to paramedics
 •  South-shore waves fading; high-surf advisory pulled
 •  Today's events: concert, 'Kamau,' First Thursdays
 •  Catch excerpts from Hot Seat in Sunday's Focus section
 •  Sunny skies, isolated showers forecast for Hawaii
 •  Gymnastics: China's Wang making 'miraculous' recovery

Local News
 •  Finding Honolulu Zoo may get easier Photo gallery
 •  HFD still can't trace high-rise inspections
 •  Low-cost housing in Kailua all but over
 •  Oahu teen, 15, could be tried as adult in strangulation murder
 •  Oahu man stabbed to death near home
 •  'Aiea seeks to capture its memories
 •  Staph infection expert to speak
 •  Food service at airports sought
 •  Schuler gives to Island School
 •  Morning blaze destroys home
 •  Height-waiver hearing today
 •  OHA opens office on Lana'i
 •  New Hawaiian Telcom opens
 •  Property to be auctioned off
 •  Hawaii Rep. Mazie Hirono pushing agenda, profile
 •  Business, tech are focus at Waipahu
 •  No Child tutoring shows gain
 •  High school dropouts missing out
 •  Hannemann hands out scholarships
 •  July 4th fireworks not all fun Photo gallery Video
 •  Man charged in Waialua stabbing
 •  Helen Chock, famed owner of Helena's Hawaiian Food, dies
 •  Obituaries
 •  Farrington High School pride still runs deep

 •  Derek Tatsuno inducted into Hall
 •  Lanikai paddles to another victory Photo gallery Video
 •  Chestnut Nathan's big wiener
 •  Wilson on right path
 •  Taking in Washington D.C. while waiting
 •  Kapalua's King top Hawaii instructor
 •  Daughters free at Makalei
 •  Holes in One
 •  One Williams wins, another goes home Photo gallery
 •  Female college coaches facing uphill battles
 •  Kim tied for 4th in golf event
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Variety goes beyond the soccer ball
 •  Muggles with migraines can relate to Harry's ills
 •  'The Climate Crisis' headlines talk series
 •  Health calendar
 •  Girls hit by scoliosis twice as often as boys
 •  Find calorie bargains online, too
 •  'Antigone' anticlimactic despite hints at depth
 •  Burdock packed with medicinal values
 •  Being 'parent of your parent' is emotionally wrenching
 •  'Kamau' is back
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday

 •  Hawaii wants study on cruise industry impact
 •  Ship may be doomed
 •  Green lawns, through green care
 •  Eyeglasses cost much less online
 •  Base decisions on today's resources, not future possibilities
 •  Coke may have Snapple thirst

 •  Tech academies need more funds
 •  White House message to public loud and clear
 •  Turns out, public is savvy about immigration
 •  Little-noticed decision erodes property rights
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Antigone' anticlimactic despite hints at depth
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Planned changes to Kapiolani Park
 •  Kailua the Beautiful Parade
 •  Macfarlane Regatta
 •  Wimbledon
 •  Wimbledon third round, quarterfinals