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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 16, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Baseball: Griffey hits 587th homer, passes Robinson
 •  Sacramento lawyer cited for First Amendment work
 •  Softball: United States tops Japan to win World Cup
 •  Saint Louis alum League strikes out Jeter, Rodriguez
 •  Soccer: Beckham day-to-day with swollen ankle
 •  Softball: Odamura helps Canada to third at World Cup
 •  UH Water Resources Research Center sets symposium
 •  Might Harry Potter 'die'? Discuss.
 •  Will questions be answered in final 'Harry Potter'?
 •  Triathlon: Deadline for Tinman entries Wednesday
 •  Business highlights: IHOP, Mattel, McDonald's
 •  Cyanotech says it won't meet SEC filing deadline
 •  Aiea's Say chosen for NFL Youth Summit
 •  Sambueno named to junior national bowling team
 •  Japanese businesses disrupted by earthquake
 •  Horizon Lines rated 'overweight' by stock analyst
 •  Google working on search service for mobile telephones
 •  Wastewater bonds receive Aa3 rating from Moody's
 •  Boyd Gaming to discuss financial results on conference call
 •  Central Pacific Director Honbo buys 7,000 shares of company's stock
 •  Dollar may drop before report forecast to show cooler inflation
 •  Colleges: Miami QB Marve injured in rollover crash
 •  Tickets on sale Friday for Los Lonely Boys Sept. 20
 •  HTA seeks proposals for festivals to support in 2008
 •  Baseball: Marlins suspend Olsen for insubordination
 •  "Just East of West" opens at ARTS at Marks tomorrow
 •  Colleges; Brohm leaves Heisman campaigning to others
 •  Baseball: Bonds out of lineup to rest aching legs
 •  Olelo programs focus on Bishop Museum renovations
 •  George Kahumoku in spotlight on PBS tonight
 •  Western horse show in Waimanalo on Saturday
 •  Tube notes: Brit celebs adjust to America
 •  Japanese masters lecture at community college
 •  Transpac: Disney's Pyewacket off to a good start
 •  NBA: Denver signs free-agent Atkins
 •  NBA: Wade might not be ready for training camp
 •  Pan Am Games: Brazilian gives up mom's car for gold
 •  Grenache focus of wine tasting
 •  UH's Wiktorsson, Frick win Swedish diving titles
 •  Cycling: Rest day welcomed in Tour de France
 •  Golf: Asian Tour plans first tournament in Cambodia
 •  Cycling: Italy's Mazzoleni retires
 •  Boxing: Ex-champ Klitschko sets September comeback
 •  NHL: Penguins give coach Therrien 1-year extension
 •  Baseball: DiMaggio diaries detail glory, stress
 •  Golf: Seve Ballesteros announces retirement
 •  Baseball: Cleveland gives Wedge 3-year extension
 •  Radioactive water leaks from nuclear plant in Japan
 •  NBA: Durant scores 28 against Oden-less Blazers
 •  NFL: Reports on all teams heading into camps
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, WNBA, cycling
 •  On the air today: Giants-Cubs, Phillies-Dodgers
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Man questioned about assault with bat in Aiea
 •  Safe stolen in Kakaako burglary
 •  Police nab burglary suspect in Waikiki
 •  Man, 27, accused of assault with a metal pipe
 •  Ninth Circuit's top 2007 lawyer is from Seattle
 •  Kauai man drowned after saving friend
 •  Sacramento lawyer honored for First Amendment work
 •  Police seek information on bank robbery suspect
 •  California attorney, Hastings' Law College recognized
 •  Serial car thief gets longer prison term
 •  Ewa Beach stabbing suspect pleads not guilty
 •  Upper Kula may notice chlorine smell in water
 •  Watada's second court-martial delayed to Oct. 9
 •  Maui's Suzuki in starter's role after Kendall trade
 •  Waimea Bay rockslide worker's condition worsens
 •  L.A. port clerks submit 'final' contract to avert strike
 •  Minor quake strikes near Kalapana on Big Island
 •  Hokulea escort boat returns today
 •  go! offering $1 airfare online until midnight
 •  Maui residents mourn boy, 8, killed in June 3 crash
 •  Water restored to 20 Ward-area businesses
 •  No tsunami threat from Japan quake
 •  Japan quake kills 9, causes fire, leak at nuclear plant
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Jimmy Buffett's heading to Waikiki Shell on Oct. 4
 •  Maui's Nguyen to fight in televised bout
 •  Stocks trade mixed; news on Verizon boosts Dow
 •  Kapiolani water main fixed, traffic contraflowed
 •  Today's events: speed dating, open-mike night
 •  Coast Guard ends search for 6 from sunken cargo ship
 •  Search under way for Japanese WWII MIAs in Alaska
 •  Roadwork on Ala Wai, Nimitz to slow traffic this week
 •  TV's 'Beach Patrol' spotlights Honolulu tonight
 •  Nguyen out as final World Series of Poker table set
 •  Final audition for ACT's 'Once Upon a Mattress' tonight
 •  'Harry Potter' works more box office magic
 •  Cinema Nights Gala kicking off 20th anniversary event
 •  Small, moderate swells passing through
 •  Akamai Driving program picks up speed
 •  UH football, volleyball season tickets on sale today

Local News
 •  Many of Oahu's roads dangerous to schoolkids Video
 •  Hawaii wants land promised by estate
 •  Kauai homeless shelter to open
 •  Hawaii rainfall levels remain below normal
 •  Celebrate summer at Foster Botanical Garden Saturday
 •  Hula trip 'a dream come true' Photo gallery
 •  $500K released for ag complex
 •  See fairy tales at the library
 •  Makua Valley exhibit shown
 •  Free concert by Shimabukuro
 •  Hikes offered on stream trail
 •  Lifeguards on TV tonight
 •  Twice-weekly recycling center
 •  Science teacher at space course
 •  Life and death at Army burn unit
 •  Air-attack robots Iraq-bound
 •  3.5% raise too much for Bush
 •  Hearing tomorrow for 2 women in meth case
 •  No arrests yet in 2 robberies
 •  Three Oahu traffic accidents leave 9 people injured
 •  For the environment
 •  MyAdvertiser.com now covers all of Oahu
 •  Community calendar
 •  Awards
 •  Obituaries
 •  On climate, we can do much more

 •  'Big-time rally' lifts Lanikai at Ke'ehi Photo gallery
 •  'Iolani grad Low makes first cut for Pan Am hoops team
 •  Carnoustie gets Tiger's approval
 •  Irons takes third in women's event
 •  U.S. men's volleyball third in World League
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Textile Transpac
 •  Spice Girls were the epitome of girl power
 •  Huge sales, but skimpy bookseller profits
 •  'Cops' remains an unlikely TV institution
 •  Style gurus note must-have maternity fashions
 •  Sports-team parents need to rein in emotions
 •  Storing food properly in fridge can save money
 •  Around town
 •  Trade your cans for some TV time
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  No gas bills for Hawaii bike messengers
 •  Women climb Nissan ladder
 •  Immigrants' skills underutilized
 •  Frustrated green card holders try Gandhi tactics
 •  Establish bonds to captivate audience
 •  Job seekers looking to get connected
 •  Jabil turns to U.S., not overseas, to expand
 •  Leadership Corner Audio
 •  600 farm workers get $1.9M in suit
 •  Nebraska has highest gas costs
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Time for leaders to take on real issues of prison reform
 •  Imports of food, oil a drain on economy
 •  Congress must sharpen focus of 'No Child'
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Textile Transpac
 •  Spice Girls were the epitome of girl power
 •  'Cops' remains an unlikely TV institution
 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  Mexican halau visits Hawaii
 •  John D. Kaupiko Regatta