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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 9, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Whole Foods lines up local suppliers
 •  Honolulu Symphony names education director
 •  MLB: Angels' Guerrero wins All-Star Home Run Derby
 •  HUD urges prospective homebuyers to get counseling
 •  Stephen Stills set for Hawaii Theatre concert
 •  Civil War author gives library talks for youth this week
 •  Brother Noland, Tony C at aquarium tomorrow
 •  Talk for prospective executors or trustees Wednesday
 •  Online music source Quadmag hosts show Saturday
 •  TV tonight: Tube Notes
 •  Business highlights: Alcoa, gas prices, Google
 •  NBA: Riley hopes to land Bucks' Mo Williams
 •  UH: Maui golfer Gammie named All-American
 •  UH: Sheppard takes 5th in Pan Am Junior's high jump
 •  NBA: Nets sign 1st-round draft pick Sean Williams
 •  NBA: Hawks sign first-round picks Horford, Law
 •  NFL: Eagles sign Mexican defensive tackle
 •  NFL: Denver's Stokley takes steps toward comeback
 •  NFL: Rams sign son of former Pro Bowl tight end
 •  NFL: Training camp dates
 •  Golf: Thunderstorms suspend U.S. Amateur Publinx
 •  Preps: Three Pilipaa members named all-tournament
 •  Colleges: Notre Dame coach's case back for retrial
 •  USA Today: It's a Harry Potter summer
 •  NBA: George remains with Mavericks
 •  Bank of Hawaii sets July 23 conference call
 •  Healing Garden fest blooms in Kauai
 •  Interfaith meeting slated for Wednesday
 •  NBA: Jury awards man $260,000 in Iverson case
 •  Mililani student honored for diabetes efforts
 •  Dan Patrick leaving ESPN after 18 years
 •  MLB: A's Haren, Padres' Peavy to start in All-Star Game
 •  Sumo: Asashoryu, others file complaint against magazine
 •  Tennis: Television ratings up for Wimbledon finals
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams moves back into Top 20
 •  NFL: Chargers rookie charged in confrontation
 •  Cycling: Steegmans wins Tour de France second stage
 •  Sports tomorrow: Baseball; women's, juniors golf
 •  Sports today: Women's, juniors golf
 •  NBA: Bucks' GM breaks the ice with No. 1 pick Yi
 •  NBA: Free agent Morris Peterson visits Jazz
 •  On the air tomorrow: All-Star baseball game, WNBA
 •  On the air today: Home-run derby, arena football
 •  Firefighters at Olowalu brushfire flareup
 •  Hawaii cashes in on top-tier food stamp program
 •  Suspect arrested in Nanakuli shooting incidents
 •  Waimea Bay rockfall work begins Tuesday
 •  Hawaii CAP cadets attending camps next week
 •  Haliimaile brushfire on Maui under control
 •  2 brushfires reported in Kalaeloa
 •  Kauai beach park reopens today after shark sighting
 •  Kauai brushfire spreads to wildlife preserve
 •  City prosecutor calls for veto of bill
 •  More repair work to close Round Top Drive all year
 •  More than 80 jellyfish found this morning in Waikiki
 •  Kona airport bomb threat suspect released
 •  Kauai horse owner charged with animal cruelty
 •  Firefighters extinguish brushfire in Waipahu
 •  Grease fire chars Lahaina Cannery Mall sandwich shop
 •  Jury awards $5.85 million to ex-Fresno coach Vivas
 •  Boyer named consumer affairs deputy
 •  Lingle names Commerce and Consumer Affairs deputy
 •  First boats set sail today in Transpacific Yacht Race
 •  Tammy Duckworth won't run in 2008 election
 •  Bumped air passengers could get higher compensation
 •  Waikiki comfort station getting makeover
 •  HECO to airlift crews, equipment into Manoa Valley
 •  Gunshot probe on Maui uncovers burglary, theft case
 •  Educators flock to Oahu for Pacific conference
 •  Accused gunman in Vegas casino shooting due in court
 •  New version of PlayStation 3 to go on sale in August
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Poker: World Series top prize likely to reach $8.2M
 •  Two H-1 east-bound lanes closed for repairs
 •  Study: Workplace marijuana use down in 2nd quarter
 •  Partnership to invest $80M in Kauai ethanol plant
 •  Maui astronomy research center gets $2 million
 •  Hawaii Superferry to offer free tours Saturday
 •  Father of malnourished child arrested in Waipahu
 •  Maui nurses join national patient-care program
 •  Friday deadline for Parade of Home entries in Hawaii
 •  Maui's Four Seasons Wailea finishes $50M renovation
 •  Today's events: 'Get a Clue,' Mad Science, salsa night
 •  4 convicted of plotting failed suicide bombing
 •  Main fixed, but traffic contraflowed on School Street
 •  Bush invokes executive privilege
 •  Trade winds and sunshine dominate forecast
 •  Turkish military massing on Iraq border
 •  Couric says viewers weren't ready for her move
 •  Motorcyclist crashes on Likelike offramp
 •  Cautious optimism helps Wall Street pull ahead
 •  Grants available to fight meth, tobacco use
 •  Iraqi foreign minister warns of civil war if troops leave
 •  2 children, Taliban leader killed in nighttime raid
 •  Small surf all week around the Islands
 •  Police seek help finding Waimalu bank robber
 •  ACM partners again with Korean Film Council
 •  `Transformers' morphs into box office money machine
 •  UH: Men's volleyball camp begins today

Local News
 •  Oahu drivers learn how to react to sirens
 •  State plans to build $100M new Maui jail
 •  Waikiki's new luxury high-rise condominiums still have strong buyer appeal
 •  New Hawaii law allows faster HIV testing
 •  Hawaii woman accused of trying to starve daughter to death
 •  Rotting bridge may be removed Video
 •  4 commission seats available
 •  Work will close highway lane
 •  Share memories of Hanauma Bay
 •  View original art at festival
 •  Tinman draws more than 1,000
 •  Work on clinic starts in August
 •  HTA paying for marina work
 •  Fixes for harbor waste system
 •  Public comment period on Jones Act rule changes affecting 3 Hawaii cruise ships expires on July 23
 •  Pendleton appointed Office on Aging chief
 •  Pupukea restroom work nearly done
 •  Judge OKs second trial of Lt. Watada
 •  New focus in divorce dispute
 •  Camps help children of soldiers cope
 •  Disabled Iraq veteran hopes to win one for the USA
 •  Lag in military pay eliminated
 •  Scholarships
 •  Hawaii hit-and-run suspect may have been impaired
 •  Second man charged in Waialua beating, stabbing
 •  Police seek help finding bewigged bank robber
 •  Man critical after fight with brother
 •  Woman charged with making bomb threats at Hawaii's Keahole International Airport
 •  Main break closes N. School
 •  Community calendar
 •  Big Island crash victim identified
 •  Obituaries
 •  Teaching kids to care for Earth

 •  Kane'ohe paddlers edge Manu O Ke Kai Photo gallery
 •  Federer tops Nadal for fifth straight title Photo gallery
 •  Bryant storms back to win Open
 •  Victorino lifts Phils
 •  U.S. Junior National volleyball team beats Russia
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  The mod squad Photo gallery
 •  Author's popularity blossoms with 'Flower'
 •  This fad's pretty a-mew-sing
 •  My anger? Turns out I'm just old
 •  Arts channel Ovation gives it a new try
 •  Valentino marks 45 years in fashion
 •  Hawaii ranks low in volunteerism
 •  Eco-friendly grocery shopping's in the bag
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Surcharge cuts Hawaii visits by Japanese
 •  Boeing rolls out 787 Dreamliner
 •  Vermont toy factory a family enterprise
 •  Companies fight back against the Web
 •  Sometimes, job seekers don't get it
 •  Leadership Corner Audio
 •  Sony cuts price of Playstation 3
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Foster care incentives a plus for kids, parents
 •  Partnership will be key to Kalihi success
 •  Iraq shows limits of exporting democracy
 •  Absurdly early campaign mostly for naught
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  The mod squad Photo gallery
 •  Arts channel Ovation gives it a new try
 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  Hula Ho'olauna
 •  Fashion photographer
 •  Wimbledon
 •  Na 'Ohana O Na Hui Wa'a Regatta