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Articles for July 17, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  'Hedwig' production at Doris Duke Theatre in August
 •  HTA moves to larger venue for festivals workshop
 •  Tsukada, Maui win Waialae Women's Invitational titles
 •  Windward captures state Pony baseball title in Hilo
 •  Business highlights: Dow Jones, inflation, gas prices
 •  Kaneko tied for second at Betsy Rawls girls tourney
 •  Volleyball: Jammers club offers clinics, tryouts for girls
 •  Tom Cruise film with Hawaii connection out 8/8/08
 •  TV tonight: Tube Notes
 •  'Just East of West' unveiled at ARTS at Marks today
 •  Preps: Kamaka signs letter of intent for softball
 •  "Just East of West" unveiled at ARTS at Marks today
 •  News Release: State's best practices for subprime lenders
 •  Baseball: Bonds out of lineup for second straight day
 •  GenuineHI to host hip-hop party at NextDoor on Aug. 2
 •  Hard Rock Cafe Honolulu's 20th a Kokua Hawaii benefit
 •  Hawaii's Prospect fund fights for control of Japan REIT
 •  Dow tops 14,000 in intra-day trading for first time
 •  First Hawaiian owner buys 19 percent of Sahara Bank
 •  Mobi PCS joins mobile telephone alliance on fair access
 •  New Kona Beach Hotel owner plans $25-million facelift
 •  NFL: Dolphins release QB Culpepper
 •  NBA: Baker pleads not guilty to alcohol charge
 •  Local tech firm in mentor deal with Lockheed Martin
 •  Tennis: Davenport mulls comeback after birth of child
 •  Golf: Tiger goes for three in a row at British Open
 •  Army Corps of Engineers awards $29 million contract
 •  Haugen produces o-bon special
 •  Tomorrow entry deadline for Tinman Triathlon
 •  Cycling: Blood tests negative on three Tour teams
 •  Colleges: Rutgers football assistant charged with assault
 •  Colleges: Minnesota CB charged with sexual misconduct
 •  Tennis: Davydenko loses in Dutch Open first round
 •  Gymnastics: 2 Russians suspended after testing positive
 •  Tennis: Nadal, Ferrer advance at Mercedes Cup
 •  Basketball: U.S. national team minicamp this weekend
 •  Golf: Zigzagging creek a 'unique hazard' at Carnoustie
 •  Hawaiian Telcom announces earnings date
 •  NFL: 49ers sign No. 1 pick OT Staley
 •  Basketball: Ban lifted for English players
 •  NFL: Panthers sign Johnson, 3rd-rd. pick from Georgia
 •  NFL: CB Samuel, Patriots fail to reach agreement
 •  NFL: No long-term deal for Bears LB Briggs
 •  On the air tomorrow: Phillies-Dodgers, other baseball
 •  On the air today: Phillies-Dodgers, Giants on radio
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  A's Komine, Suzuki first Hawaii-born battery in majors
 •  Two women will be tried for meth trafficking
 •  Pedestrian safety campaign begins tomorrow
 •  Firefighters declare west Kauai brushfire under control
 •  HPD officer will receive bronze merit medal tomorrow
 •  Bank robbery suspect surrenders to police
 •  Texas cornerback gets scholarship from Hawaii
 •  Ex-Iolani star Low makes U.S. Pan Am Games team
 •  Cosme loses strength, now a tropical storm
 •  Falcons quarterback Vick indicted in dogfighting probe
 •  Superferry starts trial voyages to Kauai this week
 •  Emergency crews sent to Waikane highway crash
 •  Steroids found in body of wrestler who killed family
 •  Two Hawaii kayakers on U.S. team for Pan Am Games
 •  Brazilian plane carrying 150 crashes into gas station
 •  Quake problems pile up at Japan nuclear plant
 •  Firefighters respond to North Shore brushfire
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Crews sent to Kalaeloa mulch fire, Hauula engine fire
 •  Two Oahu women face meth charges today
 •  Obama launches book clubs to win over voters
 •  Final table down to four in World Series of Poker
 •  BAE Systems gets 2nd contract on sea-based radar
 •  State officials break ground for Kapolei Court Complex
 •  Dry spell spurs production cut at Maui water plant
 •  Ad 2 Honolulu seeks applicants for free ad campaign
 •  Oahu, Molokai state ID card events set for July-Nov.
 •  Makiki Stream Stewards to meet tomorrow
 •  Learn from Waimea Valley archaeologist — two chances
 •  New kid-created dragon protecting Chinatown corner
 •  'Ewa residents sought for pre-apprenticeship program
 •  Aug. 14 public hearing set on Hau'ula bridge plan
 •  Colorado Capitol gunman mentally ill, police say
 •  Maui police cite dozens of speeders in crackdown
 •  Blood Bank of Hawaii announces August drives
 •  River Diamonds buys part of Fiji gold mine for $5.1M
 •  6 Oahu libraries hosting Harry Potter events this week
 •  Hawaii Winter Baseball plans games for Maui, Hilo
 •  Today's events: Canadian ukulele concert, ladies' night
 •  Aloha Petroleum CEO Bob Maynard takes Hot Seat
 •  Early commuters breezing along
 •  Partly sunny skies in today's forecast
 •  Cause of Australian athlete's pain: tooth in head
 •  Car fire reported in Nanakuli
 •  L.A. port negotiations postponed
 •  Marketing seminars set for Hawaii ag, food companies
 •  Advanced Placement program for teachers continues
 •  Moderate surf continues along most shores
 •  Cycling: Colombia's Hernandez takes Tour's ninth stage

Local News
 •  Wallets open widest for Obama in Hawaii
 •  Hawaii auto insurers are dropping rates
 •  Hawaii law doesn't require follow-up on child abuse cases
 •  Japan quake released radioactive water into sea Photo gallery
 •  Second lunch cost going up for Hawaii students
 •  Ala Wai paddlers may get showers
 •  Reservoirs low due to drought
 •  Park restroom project ending
 •  Harbor issues to be discussed
 •  Western horse show coming
 •  30th Prince Lot festival nears
 •  Night program at Hanauma set
 •  Dela Cruz new parks deputy
 •  Highway work to delay traffic
 •  Radar returns to Pearl Harbor for repairs Photo gallery Video
 •  Car thief called 'hazard,' receives longer jail term
 •  Hurricane may cause Big Island rain, wind
 •  Pacific quake series intrigues scientists
 •  Spot on list could help save rare Kauai bird
 •  State looks into rockslide accident
 •  Sexual-abuse plaintiff reacts
 •  U.S. justice in Isles for workshop
 •  Community calendar
 •  Diver drowned after saving pal
 •  Obituaries
 •  Beachwalk has exotic familiarity

 •  Hawaii's June Jones in line to get pay bump
 •  Tongg driving force in paddling
 •  A's give Suzuki starting role
 •  'Aiea's Say chosen for NFL Youth Summit
 •  Pearl City tops 'Ewa for state junior crown
 •  Hilo's Wong sets busy agenda Photo gallery
 •  Kahanamoku Foundation gives out $145,000 in awards
 •  Pyewacket holds early lead in 44th TransPac
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Faildo's journey done right

Island Life
 •  Hawaiian music legends to be honored
 •  Teaching child to calm down will require patience
 •  Marketing schemes go back to the future
 •  Sobbing to Phil? Now that's sad
 •  Filmmaker calls truce with CNN
 •  Want to know your baby's sex? Might be best to wait
 •  Linus the Band at Kaleidoscope
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Bruddah Iz inspires Shimabukuro on latest CD

 •  Tropical fruit industry expanding in Hawaii
 •  Eye and vision problems may cost Hawaii employers $255 million annually
 •  Help offered to festival organizers
 •  How to set up shop on the Internet
 •  Not everybody on road wants to go online
 •  Google offers search engine aid
 •  Port talks result in offer, counteroffer
 •  Murdoch makes a deal to buy Journal
 •  Isles 2nd to last in tech exports

 •  Community crucial in pedestrian safety
 •  Pentagon's focus on Africa worth concern
 •  Three noteworthy cases on 9th Circuit docket
 •  Economic future looks bright in Hawaii
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Sea-Based X-Band Radar
 •  Japan earthquake
 •  Seth's Pix
 •  Youth baseball