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Articles for July 12, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Bruce Irons wins first-round heat in South Africa
 •  Two from Hawai'i advance in women's longboard event
 •  Sailing: Second group starts Transpacific Yacht Race
 •  Chaminade's Whiting signs with German pro team
 •  College: John Thompson's son leaves Ball State job
 •  NHL: Ribeiro, Lundqvist re-sign with Stars
 •  Baseball: AP wants names revealed in Grimsley warrant
 •  Baseball: A-Rod, Yankees will talk at end of season
 •  Small-business regulations topic for Honolulu meeting
 •  NBA: Walker moving out after robbery
 •  Two youngest teams in Transpac race have Hawaii ties
 •  Baseball: A's Harden back on disabled list
 •  Business highlights: Marriott, Wal-Mart, back-to-school
 •  NBA: Pistons, Johnson agree to $11 million deal
 •  Three Dog Night plans Aug. 30 concert in Maui
 •  Ryan's Grill holds summer Beer Fest July 18-Aug. 29
 •  NBA: Lakers re-sign Walton to multiyear deal
 •  BALCO attorney receives prison term
 •  Golf: Pak leads after 8-under 63 at Corning Classic
 •  Baseball: Mets cut 48-year-old Franco
 •  NBA: Heat sign Howard to five-year, $80M extension
 •  Baseball: Padres' Wells suspended for seven games
 •  Pan Am Games: Four athletes test positive for doping
 •  Designer Saturday talks at Honolulu Design Center
 •  Civil War talks for youth in Waialua, Salt Lake today
 •  Students stage 'Transformations' at Hawaii Theatre
 •  Audition for ACT's "Once Upon a Matress" Monday
 •  Wu-Tang Clan and Nas to play September hip-hop fest
 •  Pleasant Holidays names Jack Richards president & CEO
 •  Olympics: Moscow bids to host first Youth Games
 •  Native Hawaiiian business group to meet July 19
 •  Tennis: Tu replaces Serena Williams in Fed Cup
 •  Soccer: Beckham and family arrive in Los Angeles
 •  Golf: Mickelson shares Scottish Open lead after 65
 •  Baseball: Hafner agrees to 4-year, $57M extension
 •  Tennis: Wild card to meet Gasquet in Swiss quarterfinal
 •  Tennis: Ferrer reaches Swedish Open quarterfinals
 •  'Harry Potter' celebration today at Kaimuki library
 •  North Carolina State Bar disbars former D.A. Nifong
 •  Pan Am Games: Volleyball's Scott-Arruda to carry flag
 •  Cycling: Prosecutor clears Di Luca of doping offenses
 •  Sailing: San Francisco club plans to challenge Alinghi
 •  Autos: F1 summons McLaren over Ferrari secrets
 •  Football: U.S. tops Germany, reaches World Cup final
 •  Cycling: Italy's Pozzato wins Tour de France fifth stage
 •  Autos: F1 won't return to Indianapolis in 2008
 •  Sports tomorrow: Hawaii Collegiate baseball
 •  Sports today: College summer baseball, basketball
 •  Baseball: Ichiro's big deal could be finalized by Friday
 •  NBA: Sacramento said to be favored spot for Bucks' Yi
 •  College: Transfer QB Mustain in Hog Heaven at USC
 •  NBA: Mavericks considering edgy guard — Steve Francis
 •  Soccer: Galaxy gets new threads for Beckham's debut
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: Dodgers-Giants, golf, softball
 •  On the air today: Soccer, golf
 •  Hawaii golf phenom going pro at age 16
 •  Tadd: 'I'm really ready to do my best'
 •  Tadd on Golf Channel tonight
 •  ME defers on finding cause of arrested man's death
 •  Brushfire reported near Lahaina
 •  Honolulu testing sirens at McKinley, Moanalua Valley
 •  Boy, 17, charged as adult in Honolulu stabbing
 •  Maui fire prompts evacuation
 •  Couple accused of starving daughter plead not guilty
 •  Kauai brushfire flareup brought under control
 •  Ancient human bones found in East Honolulu
 •  Two women suspected of meth trafficking
 •  Big Island police trying to identify injured pedestrian
 •  Kona man charged with attacking police, lewdness
 •  Coast Guard hunts survivors after ship sinks off Guam
 •  Abercrombie, Hirono vote for troop pullout by spring
 •  Traffic crash in H-1 west-bound lanes in Pearl City area
 •  Japan company, AT&T to build Hawaii phone network
 •  Salmonella source identified in recalled veggie snack
 •  Kimberly Kim takes lead in Westfield Junior PGA golf
 •  McLachlin 1-over, Wilson withdraws from John Deere
 •  Local borrowers share in predatory lending settlement
 •  Waipahu affordable condos going on sale
 •  Affordable housing to go on sale Saturday
 •  'Famous' Wally Amos can be called muffin man, too
 •  Police ask public's help to find missing boy, 16
 •  Astronomers moving into new Maui headquarters
 •  Hawaii Dog Foundation warns of letter hoax
 •  Lady Bird Johnson to be buried on Texas ranch
 •  Tainted buns found as China to start food-safety checks
 •  Dow, S&P soar to record closes as stocks surge
 •  Correction: 'Climate Crisis' talk happened yesterday
 •  Surf could hit 6 feet along east shores
 •  USDA awards $690,000 to Hawaii project
 •  National & World Highlights
 •  Honolulu receives $150,000 Preserve America grant
 •  North Shore Oahu water supply restored by repairs
 •  Hilo Airport to get $1.8 million upgrade
 •  Hawaiian Airlines load factor unchanged in June
 •  School supply drive this weekend in Kaneohe
 •  North Shore hosting two country markets Saturday
 •  Koko Head Elementary gets $2 million makeover
 •  Nevada casinos rake in record $1.14B in May
 •  Wahiawa Lions to collect school supplies
 •  Maui hospital gets OK to offer cardiac procedures
 •  Benefit breakfast tomorrow will help two nonprofits
 •  Scouts seek volunteers to help with renovations
 •  HTA survey seeks public opinion on state-owned parks
 •  Kamehameha Schools mathletes head to national meet
 •  Today's events: Garden concert, library riddle stories
 •  Golf: Kaneko, Kim, Kono selected to play in Canon Cup
 •  Golf tournament will raise money for Don Ho memorial
 •  Flights canceled as typhoon approaches Okinawa
 •  Golf: Watabu, other Isle golfers ousted in U.S. Publinx
 •  Clouds, light rain in today's forecast
 •  Hawaii boxer Viloria to appear at Pearlridge Saturday
 •  UH-Hilo announces new vice chancellor
 •  Pacific Island educators visiting Oahu immersion school
 •  Kula forest reserve fire under control
 •  UH: Football, volleyball season tickets on sale Monday
 •  Downtown Honolulu accident slowing traffic
 •  Emergency crew at reported Kalihi pedestrian accident
 •  Golf: Korean men still lag behind female golfers

Local News
 •  Documents detail favoritism at bureau
 •  Business optimism in Hawaii still dropping
 •  Lady Bird Johnson dies at home Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii's life expectancy highest in nation
 •  Family gets $2M in Maui drowning
 •  A chance to learn from foe
 •  'Dive-in Movie' night at YMCA
 •  Roadwork may delay traffic
 •  'Harry Potter' programs today
 •  Koi farm will hold exhibition
 •  Rainy day eases brushfire threat
 •  Left-turn arrow still not ready
 •  Gentry opens new models
 •  Forest reserves hearing tonight
 •  Navy will continue using new sonar
 •  Future engineers square off at robotics contest Photo gallery Video
 •  Wheeler students thriving with well-rounded education
 •  Shrinking PTA still has clout
 •  Mililani student receives honor
 •  Here's how to stir children's imaginations
 •  'Ewa stabbing suspect's bail raised to $1 million
 •  McCully fire station closes; new one due
 •  Avian flu drill plays out Honolulu scenario Video
 •  Kids evacuated over mystery odor
 •  Services for Paul C.T. Loo to be held Sunday
 •  Obituaries
 •  Politics vs. safety of pedestrian

 •  Hoping to add dash of UCLA wizardry Photo gallery Video
 •  Long wins match play title Video
 •  Maui's Cyr wins first at Public Links
 •  New assistant Farmer has old ties here Photo gallery Video
 •  Jang, Surtees qualify Jang, Surtees qualify
 •  Choi puts Korean men on par with women
 •  Ko Olina hosts free clinic for military
 •  Tour Money Leaders
 •  Holes in One
 •  Argentina sweeps U.S. Junior National men's team
 •  Little League tries to save little arms with pitch limits
 •  Kai not on U.S. team
 •  Hawaii women advance in world surf
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Executive downsizing
 •  Party with the cool kids at QuadMag bash
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Vegetarian diet can be healthy for kids
 •  Use a microwave to zap sponge germs
 •  Vegetarian diet can be healthy for kids
 •  'Climate Crisis' lecture at UH-Manoa today
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Von Brana shakes, rattles, rolls in new 'Stars' show

 •  Lab wins tuberculosis test contract
 •  GMO label 'very important'
 •  Pet food sales growth takes hit
 •  China's economy surges
 •  Overdraft fees are raising bank profits
 •  If you think you're crazy, chances are it's really your boss
 •  Prepare now for parent care
 •  NAACP sues 12 mortgage lenders
 •  If you hear thunder, get inside or ditch your iPod
 •  Hollywood labor negotiations to focus on digital media payments
 •  State to get $45K in AOL penalties

 •  Time to release funds for pedestrian safety
 •  Surgeon General must be free from politics
 •  Mideast politics now even more topsy-turvy
 •  Teacher accountability shouldn't be taboo
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Pandemic flu drill
 •  World's top young robot builders converge on Hawai'i
 •  Seth's Pix
 •  Farmer joins UH basketball coaching staff
 •  Tadd Fujikawa press conference