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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 10, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  NFL: Bills sign rookie QB Edwards
 •  Movie openings this week
 •  Will another unknown win the World Series of Poker?
 •  Japanese Cultural Center debuts 'First Among Nisei'
 •  Business highlights: Home Depot, Sears, euro
 •  MLB: Suzuki closing in on extension with Mariners
 •  Sakamoto tied for ninth, Park tied for 16th
 •  Autos: Unser Jr. won't fight DUI charge
 •  Hoku Scientific to discuss financial results July 24
 •  Brazilian fencer accidentally stabbed in training
 •  NBA: Wolves sign 1st-round pick Brewer
 •  Autos: IRL fines teams $25,000 each for fracas
 •  D.R. Horton reports weak spring home-selling season
 •  Robotics, Botball tournament at Blaisdell center today
 •  NFL: Raiders sign ex-Jaguar safety Darius
 •  Transpac race to Hawaii includes Morning Light
 •  Tennis: Injured Sharapova pulls out of Fed Cup semis
 •  Kaua'i resorts do well in Honeymooner's Review Guide
 •  Castle Resorts to manage Hotel Santa Fe in Guam
 •  Preps: Indiana pitcher nearly killed by baseball
 •  Bastille Day celebration Saturday at Waikiki Yacht Club
 •  A&B Properties names Parker VP of acquisitions
 •  NBA: Oden to have tonsils out, will miss summer games
 •  NBA: Lakers owner pleads not guilty to DUI charges
 •  NASCAR executive's husband killed in plane crash
 •  Civil War historian touring libraries this month
 •  Brother Noland and Tony Conjugacion at Aquarium tonight
 •  Football: U.S. crushes South Korea in World Cup
 •  Feds did not provide complete affidavits to Mitchell
 •  Baseball: Agent jailed for smuggling Cuban players
 •  NHL: Penguins' Crosby signs 5-year, 43.5M extension
 •  NFL: Drunken-driving charge against McNair dropped
 •  On the air tomorrow: Tour de France, AAA All-Stars
 •  Sports today: Hawaii collegiate baseball
 •  Sports tomorrow: Hawaii collegiate baseball, golf
 •  Stocks fall on disappointing forecasts
 •  Soccer: Indictments sought in match-fixing scandal
 •  College: South Carolina's Spurrier happy, hopeful
 •  NBA: Robbery at Chicago home of Heat forward Walker
 •  NBA: Heat first-round pick Cook gets taste of pro game
 •  NBA: Sonics' Durant has another poor shooting game
 •  On the air today: Baseball All-Star Game, WNBA
 •  Federal inmate charged with threatening
 •  Kalihi man accused of threatening, assault
 •  Police question man about car ramming in Wahiawa
 •  Nanakuli shooting suspect charged
 •  Police, firefighter recruits graduating tomorrow
 •  14 children suffered fireworks-related injuries July 4th
 •  Suzuki leads AL to 10th consecutive All-Star Game win
 •  Man pleads guilty to attempting to extort Awana
 •  Legislature overrides 11 of 27 vetoes
 •  Missing man believed to be in Kahuku area
 •  Stranded hikers airlifted off ridge above Pali Lookout
 •  Six injured as car crashes into tree at Kalaeloa
 •  Hawaii golfers left stranded as Publinx play suspended
 •  New state law creates glitch for some teen motorists
 •  Brushfire extinguished near Holomua Elementary
 •  Maui's Olowalu brushfire flares up, burns half-acre
 •  700 jellyfish found in Makaha, 300 more in Waikiki
 •  4 students saluted in international essay contest
 •  Hawaii JPAC helps identify missing Korean War Marine
 •  Service planned for Texas boy killed in Maui crash
 •  Ching named to Major League Soccer All-Star roster
 •  Farrington Highway lane closure today
 •  Don Malcolm, chief engineer of MEDB, dies at 88
 •  Kauai creeper waiting to get onto endangered list
 •  Satele drawing comparisons to Dolphin Hall of Famer
 •  Waimea Bay rockfall work begins today
 •  Hawaii health officials advise careful produce cleaning
 •  Hawaiian Telcom working to fix e-mail problem
 •  Resurfacing work to closes lane near Honolulu airport
 •  5 killed when plane crashes into Florida homes
 •  Three Kauai resorts garner honeymoon honors
 •  Sewer lines under Ala Wai now linked to pump station
 •  China's trade surplus hits new monthly high
 •  Americans' disapproval of war intensifies, poll shows
 •  China executes former food and drug safety chief
 •  More beach weather in forecast
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Today's events: Civil War lesson, aquarium concert
 •  Odd but true: Reluctant juror may face charges
 •  Suicide blast in Afghanistan kills 17, wounds 30
 •  Small brushfire reported at Kula Forest Reserve
 •  Construction on Kauai ethanol plant delayed again
 •  Ching earns praise in Copa America aftermath
 •  MLB: Selig won't commit to attending Bonds' HR game
 •  Public hearing set on planned Kalaeloa biodiesel plant
 •  "Harry Potter" film screens at midnight tonight
 •  Finalists named in Hawaii's Living Reef Awards
 •  Sears, GM among big movers in stock market
 •  Adulterer stoned to death in Iran
 •  Wrestling: Congressman calls for steroid probe
 •  Jury deadlocks on last 2 defendants in transit attacks
 •  Little to no surf remains along all shores
 •  Queen's completes imaging technology upgrade
 •  Med school receives help from tobacco fund
 •  Wind advisory for Big Island, Maui summits
 •  'Please Abide, Move aside' EMS campaign starts today
 •  $11.5 million in federal grants available
 •  Several join Red Cross' Board of Directors
 •  Courts: Appeal rejected in deliberate beaning case

Local News
 •  Oahu could get 90,000 new cemetery plots
 •  Hawaii couple charged with attempted murder
 •  Honolulu's Round Top Drive will remain closed for repairs
 •  Gov. Lingle may veto task force funding
 •  More small brushfires flare up in West Oahu
 •  Maunalani rec center almost ready
 •  $1,000 bail met in airport threat
 •  Help offered on property search
 •  Hot cooking oil starts mall fire
 •  Orchid show this weekend
 •  Owner cited in horse's death
 •  Learn to live in loving kindness
 •  Library hosting free programs
 •  Club's ad runs in Times Square
 •  Hawaiian Electric biofuel plan is flawed, groups say
 •  Hawaii County Council approves plan to preserve Kau land
 •  Maui community sounds off on mall
 •  Jellyfish arrive on Oahu, but not as many as usual Video
 •  Waimea rockfall work starts today
 •  Obituaries
 •  The ABCs of creating keiki book

 •  A's' Haren, Padres' Peavy earned starts
 •  UH baseball alumni to hold banquet July 28
 •  Jury rules in Vivas' favor for $5.85M
 •  Punahou's Ishida state's best
 •  Belgian Steegmans stages victory for hometown fans
 •  Watabu's Public Links defense gets rained on
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Bulldogs' bullying bites back

Island Life
 •  Korean rite summons ancestors' spirits Photo gallery Video
 •  Exhibit preserves memory of nisei
 •  No, small kids don't need to be computer-literate
 •  Need to read ever so strong
 •  It's a Harry Potter summer
 •  Remarkable moms sought
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Big Apple treats include seeing locals on stage

 •  $80M ethanol plant planned for Kauai
 •  Festival shows how Japan's interest in hula can benefit Hawaii
 •  Marijuana use down among workers
 •  Photo sites on Internet offer choice
 •  Google faces off with Microsoft
 •  Fiber-optic subscribers lose some options
 •  Whole Foods issues call for local wares suppliers
 •  Harley offering antilock brake system for Hogs
 •  Anthology now largest marketing firm in state
 •  Chicago financial institutions to merge in $11.9 billion deal
 •  Superferry to hold open house

 •  HCDA needs control of Kewalo harbor plan
 •  Concert's message far from a 'waste of time'
 •  Good government demands careful attention
 •  New vision needed to counter global threat
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's Pix
 •  Korean death rituals