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Articles for July 13, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Ex-UH player Lojeski scores 12 in NBA summer league
 •  Horse racing: 2003 Derby winner Funny Cide retired
 •  Baseball: Giambi meets with Sen. Mitchell, investigators
 •  Honolulu's Stanley gets 12 kills in U.S. volleyball loss
 •  Langley Ukulele Ensemble at Sheraton Waikiki tonight
 •  McLachlin misses cut at John Deere Classic
 •  Golf: Stadler in 3-way tie for Champions tourney lead
 •  Kihei Charter School to launch science and tech center
 •  Poker: World Series field down to 153 at dinner break
 •  Golf: Green takes 1-shot lead at John Deere Classic
 •  Golf: Se Ri Pak opens 5-shot lead at Corning Classic
 •  Langley Ukulele Ensemble plans Waikiki shows
 •  Business highlights: Retail sales, GE, Hollinger
 •  Hawaii HomeOwnership Center gets $25K gift (news release)
 •  Golf: Knost, Paladino reach U.S. Public Links final
 •  TV tonight: Tube Notes
 •  USA Today: Security high for "Harry Potter" books
 •  Western horse show in Waimanalo on July 21
 •  Ryan's Grill summer Beer Fest begins Wednesday
 •  George Kahumoku in spotlight on PBS Monday
 •  Audition for ACT's "Once Upon a Matress" Monday
 •  Civil War author gives library talks for youth tomorrow
 •  Designer Saturday talk at Honolulu Design Center
 •  "Transformations" at Hawaii Theatre tonight
 •  Preps: Two Lunas picked for national rugby camp
 •  Preps: Tourney spotlights Native American players
 •  Video: Eat breakfast like a champion
 •  Japan's NTT DoCoMo plans 3G mobile service in Hawai'i
 •  NFL: Colts' DE Freeney gets 6-year deal, $30M bonus
 •  JW Marriott Ihilani installs air purification system
 •  Honolulu firm awarded $49M military contract
 •  NBA: Peterson agrees to 4-year deal with Hornets
 •  NFL: No charges against Lions DT Rogers
 •  NBA: Nets sign Vince Carter to multiyear deal
 •  Baseball: Giants GM Sabean gets 2-year extension
 •  Baseball: Henderson becomes base coach for Mets
 •  Track: Long jumper hit by javelin at meet in Rome
 •  Royal Hawaiian, Moana recognized in readers' poll
 •  Small Business Administration offers free consultations
 •  Euro tops $1.38 to reach another all-time high
 •  Trade group sees slight recovery in 2008 home prices
 •  Luxor reinvents itself
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams to face Petrova in Fed Cup
 •  Soccer: 5,000 attend Beckham introduction in L.A.
 •  Baseball: Tigers trade pitcher Colon to Royals
 •  Colleges: Oregon will field baseball team in 2009
 •  Local boy chef comes home
 •  Balloon show planned
 •  Maori writers to be honored
 •  Colleges: UTEP coach Price treated for blocked artery
 •  Castle to host NFL Junior Development clinic
 •  NFL: Lions sign three, including 'Mr. Irrelevant'
 •  NHL: New Jersey Devils hire Brent Sutter as coach
 •  On the air tomorrow: golf, autos, Dodgers-Giants
 •  On the air today: Dodgers-Giants, golf, softball
 •  Sports tomorrow: Summer college baseball, basketball
 •  Cycling: Boonen wins stage; Cancellara leads overall
 •  Baseball: Today's, tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Tennis: Ex-star Clijsters marries basketball player Lynch
 •  Wrestler Benoit's doctor faces expanded federal probe
 •  Soccer: Serbia fined for racism in under-21 match
 •  Tennis: Moya, Almagro reach Swedish semifinals
 •  Tennis: Andreev stops Gasquet to reach Swiss semis
 •  Sailing: Vuitton ends sponsorship of America's Cup
 •  Cycling: Scarponi suspended 18 months for doping
 •  Basketball: Pacers' first coach Staverman dies at 70
 •  Baseball: Mavs owner Cuban taking an interest in Cubs
 •  Japan approves importation of Hawai'i anthurium
 •  Kula Forest Reserve closed due to fire
 •  Hawaii man killed in moose, car collision in Alaska
 •  'Indiana Jones' star Harrison Ford sore from doing stunts
 •  State flags will fly at half-staff for former first lady
 •  Kimberly Kim tied for lead at Westfield Junior PGA
 •  Hawaii tax revenue up 3.4%, lower than expected
 •  Firefighters contain Kunia brushfire
 •  Kewalo Basin boat fire extinguished
 •  Maui Ritz puttin' all up for sale, from fine art to forks
 •  Hundreds pay respects as Lady Bird ceremonies begin
 •  Typhoon Man-yi pounds Okinawa, heads for Kyushu
 •  Police seeking Big Island girl, 16, missing since April
 •  CrimeStoppers seeking man, 51, missing since June
 •  Tips sought in disappearance of Waikiki man, 26
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  IRS investigates suspicious refunds in American Samoa
 •  Today's events: Design Center concert, bon dance
 •  New law lets public track Hawaii contract payments
 •  New health center opening at old KC Drive Inn site
 •  H-1 School Street on-ramp closures this weekend
 •  Surf hitting 3 to 6 feet along east shores
 •  Maui student first to get new A&B culinary scholarship
 •  City testing sirens at McKinley High, Moanalua Valley
 •  Some rain expected tonight through weekend
 •  Hilo Art Museum names new associate director
 •  Synchronized swimming championships begin Sunday
 •  TV show featuring Honolulu lifeguards airs Monday
 •  East Maui stream gauge on agenda in 22-year dispute
 •  Arts foundation seeks input from residents
 •  Kaimuki library will host poetry slam on Sunday
 •  Calling all pack rats — this meeting is for you
 •  Free lecture tomorrow on Internet child safety
 •  Baseball: Ichiro signs $90 million, 5-year extension
 •  Hawai'i livestock sector posts mixed results in May
 •  Stocks rise a day after big rally; Dow, S&P log records
 •  Free mulch at refuse stations on Kauai
 •  First lady grants Honolulu $150,000 for Chinatown
 •  Sports today: Hawaii Collegiate baseball
 •  A touch of Friday the 13th on roads: H-1, Farrington
 •  Breakfast on Bishop Street for local charities today

Local News
 •  Oahu building permit line is long and slow
 •  Affordable Isle homes may not be affordable
 •  Girl, 12, suffers brain damage
 •  Tadd will have to earn his endorsements Photo gallery Video
 •  Salt Lake streets to be swept
 •  A dog day summer for U.S. airline travelers
 •  It's a summer of their travel discontent
 •  Storage site for Isle asphalt
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Tomorrow a shred-letter day
 •  Condo sales office to open
 •  School supplies collection set
 •  Pop Warner school drive on
 •  School gets a makeover
 •  Nursing project at Maui facility
 •  Man indicted in DUI fatality
 •  Country marts this weekend
 •  Free mulch at refuse stations
ELECTION
 •  U.S. Rep. Abercrombie of Hawaii has more than $1 million war chest
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Mayor of Kauai fined for donating too much
 •  Hawaii politics looking more like take-no-prisoners
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  $20M penciled in for transit
 •  Honolulu to test new sirens today
COURTS
 •  Oahu boy charged as adult in stabbing assault
MAUI
 •  Scaredy cats returned to owners after escape
OTHER NEWS
 •  Golfers chipping in for statue of Don Ho
 •  Pearl City band in Olympic prelude
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Family supportive of Tadd's 'tough decision'
 •  Watabu ousted from U.S. Public Links
 •  Staying up to speed important for Peters
GOLF
 •  Kim has one-shot lead in Westfield Junior
RECREATION
 •  Solitary trail offers bit of scenery with serenity Video
 •  U.S. Open Synchronized Swimming at CORP
 •  Freitas drives to victory
 •  Sports notices
ISLE FILE
 •  Irons, Uemura advance in world longboarding
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Handling success like a pro

Island Life
 •  Let the air flow Video
 •  Nicky Shoes introduces a line of Italian-made footgear
 •  For one night, Foster Botanical Garden comes alive
MUSIC
 •  Magnussen symphony director of education
 •  Billboard hits
 •  What's new with Society of Seven? Plenty
MOVIES
 •  Screening room
 •  Carter a witch like never a witch there was
TELEVISION
 •  MGM's greatest noir hits re-released
VIDEO GAMES
 •  A little combat, a little surfin', mystery
 •  'Mario Party' on Nintendo Wii is a blast
THEATER
 •  Suddenly, Ables Sayre finds she IS somebody
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  For one night, Foster Botanical Garden comes alive
 •  Meet Hawaii experts on home design
 •  Home and garden calendar
 •  See giant ghost orchid before it's too late
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Healthy snacks for kids
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Lifeguards as stars
 •  Tube Notes
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Raiatea Helm's third CD 'Blossom' is a charm Audio

Business
 •  Build your own burger may be coming to town
 •  Parks survey wants your opinions
 •  Australia ranks 4th in visitors to Islands
REAL ESTATE
 •  Mortgage rates reverse up; 30-year now averages 6.73%
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Cookie king's a muffin mogul, too
 •  Homes on Maui continue to sell, but at a lower price
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Hawaiian Air flying 87% full

Opinion
 •  Hawaii must not rest on good-health laurels
 •  Lady Bird Johnson a life of great beauty
COMMENTARY
 •  Sweeping change needed, not more tinkering
 •  Prison wrong place to treat mental illness
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  13 to-dos on the 13th
 •  Nicky Shoes introduces a line of Italian-made footgear
THE NIGHT STUFF
 •  A sip in time
NIGHTLIFE
 •  After Hours: Nightspotting
MOVIES
 •  Screening room
 •  Carter a witch like never a witch there was
TELEVISION
 •  MGM's greatest noir hits re-released
MUSIC
 •  Magnussen symphony director of education
 •  Billboard hits
 •  What's new with Society of Seven? Plenty
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Raiatea Helm's third CD 'Blossom' is a charm Audio
DINING
 •  Shigezo's Japanese cuisine is far from boring
VIDEO GAMES
 •  A little combat, a little surfin', mystery
 •  'Mario Party' on Nintendo Wii is a blast
THEATER
 •  Suddenly, Ables Sayre finds she IS somebody
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix