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Articles for July 20, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Baseball: Bonds 0-for-4 in Giants' win over Brewers
 •  Koa Anvil & Hammer awards honor best in PR industry
 •  Pyewacket falls off record pace in Transpac yacht race
 •  Cycling: Ex-racer accuses Rasmussen of tricking him
 •  Baseball: Twins place Cuddyer on 15-day DL
 •  Baseball: Fan robs Marlins' Cabrera with hat grab
 •  River of Life 'Christmas in July' fundraiser July 25
 •  Maui County schools' test scores up
 •  Nasdaq notifies Cyanotech of possible suspension
 •  Business highlights: Caterpillar, auto workers, Google
 •  NBA: Bucks sign center Voskuhl to 1-year deal
 •  McLachlin misses cut after 75 at U.S. Bank golf
 •  Traveling storytellers to visit Kailua, Aiea libraries
 •  Japanese Cultural Center debuts "First Among Nisei"
 •  Could Harry Potter die? Readers, experts debate his fate
 •  'Harry Potter' author wept while finishing book
 •  Baseball: ESPN to provide live cut-ins of Bonds at-bats
 •  UH Communications School gets $35,000 endowment
 •  NBA: Heat's Pfund receives contract extension
 •  NFL: Jets sign seventh-round pick WR Stuckey
 •  NFL: Miami's Porter fined $150,000 for part in scuffle
 •  Tennis: Nadal reaches Mercedes Cup semifinals
 •  Colleges: Oklahoma plans appeal of football sanctions
 •  Golf: Francella eliminates Ochoa in World Match Play
 •  Colleges: Weis, doctors clash over weight-loss surgery
 •  OxyContin maker, execs fined $634.5M
 •  Silicon Valley expert to address venture capital group
 •  Aqua Hotels sponsors polo match at Mokuleia field
 •  Alexander & Baldwin downgraded by Wachovia analyst
 •  Health professional to lecture on virus
 •  Unionized Ala Moana condotel workers set labor rally
 •  Church offering 'Science of the Mind' classes
 •  HEI hires Richardson for general counsel post
 •  Espresso class to be part of Kona Coffee festival
 •  Unity to host 'Awakening to Oneness' lecturer
 •  New go!Express flights to Molokai start tomorrow
 •  U.S. Dry Cleaning completes initial public stock offering
 •  NBA: Sonics get Thomas, two 1st-round picks from Suns
 •  Preps: MIL offers workshop for volleyball officials
 •  Colleges: Notre Dame to play Wash. St. in Texas in '09
 •  Soccer: Beckham gets treatment on injured left ankle
 •  Colleges: Ex-Cal swim coach wins discrimination lawsuit
 •  Pan Am Games: Cuba beats U.S., 3-1, for baseball gold
 •  NFL: PETA tells league to sack Vick
 •  NBA: FBI investigating referee betting allegations
 •  Cycling: T-Mobile rider Sinkewitz asks for 'B' sample
 •  Cycling: Tour leader admits error in drug-testing rules
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air Sunday: Autos, golf, soccer, Giants on radio
 •  On the air tomorrow: Giants-Brewers, golf, soccer
 •  On the air today: Boxing, golf, tennis, Giants on radio
 •  Shark warning signs at Waikiki as precaution
 •  Windward beaches reopened after shark attack
 •  Live blog: Awaiting the Potter book release
 •  Passenger in car crash charged with assault
 •  Police seeking man in elderly break-in case
 •  Pair arrested in car break-ins
 •  Man accused of punching ambulance worker
 •  Shark bite victim faces long recovery
 •  Athletics send Komine back to Triple-A Sacramento
 •  Navy jets to leave Kaneohe Saturday
 •  Stryker Brigade environmental study released
 •  Woman killed in Kailua crash identified
 •  Matson raising fuel surcharge 1.5 percentage points
 •  Hawaii unemployment rate drops to 2.4% in June
 •  Remains of WWII pilot found in Koolaus to be buried
 •  Father: Charged Hawaii-based soldier followed orders
 •  Abercrombie, Hirono help House pass $607B funding bill
 •  Tropical depression brings flood watch, wind advisory
 •  Maui to get first Zippy's in mid-2008
 •  Harry Potter pandemonium sets in across globe
 •  4.2 quake jolts Northern California; no injury reports
 •  U.S., world briefs: Bush executive order, Utah wildfire
 •  HEMIC gets 'A' financial strength rating from A.M. Best
 •  Today's events: Potter costume contest, antiques show
 •  Woods struggles, Garcia holds on in British Open
 •  Los Lonely Boys tickets on sale at 9 a.m.
 •  Kamehameha Highway lane closure in Aiea tonight
 •  HECO using helicopters starting today
 •  Muliwai Trail closed in anticipation of heavy rain,
 •  Fire on Maui quickly controlled
 •  Remains of 3 U.S. MIAs from Korean War identified
 •  DLNR releases 'firewise' tips
 •  Children at shelter to receive free school supplies
 •  Grants offered to protect against wildland fires
 •  Fatal hit-run case highlighted on Big Isle 'Most Wanted'
 •  Surf could hit 8 feet on south shores late today
 •  Hawaii Superferry visits Kauai for first time
 •  Libraries to host Harry Potter events tomorrow
 •  Grant will mean upgrades at Damien Memorial School
 •  NFL: Ex-UH star Owens set for happy returns with Bucs
 •  Maui drivers rack up nearly 500 tickets in crackdown
 •  Baseball: Selig plans to see Bonds' HR record pursuit
 •  NFL: Lions expecting Alama-Francis to make impact
 •  Parents: Post school news at HonoluluAdvertiser.com
 •  Parents: Share your Back to School tips
 •  Otto reprises 'Hedwig' at Doris Duke Underground
 •  Stocks fall following results from Caterpillar, Google
 •  Enjoy sun before Cosme takes effect later today
 •  2 U.S. soldiers, 3 British troops killed in Iraq
 •  Lane closures in Kapahulu-Kaimuki area tonight
 •  Census Bureau name Native Hawaiian advisor
 •  Queen's celebrating 148th anniversary today
 •  Sign up online for International Women's Conference
 •  Cycling: Boonen wins Tour de France's 12th stage

Local News
 •  Transpac it's all about the adventure
 •  Hawaii public students much better in reading
 •  Pentagon hoping Hawaii signs on to education plan Video
 •  Shark attacks visitor snorkeling at Oahu beach
 •  Rowling's 'very at peace' with 7th 'Potter' book
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Woman killed in car-truck crash
 •  Miloli'i woman charged with stabbing husband
 •  VFW donates phone cards
 •  Rotary gives 11 scholarships
 •  Construction training offered
 •  Rockfall work on cliffside pau
 •  School wants help spiffing up
 •  Free concert at Pohai Nani
 •  OHA grant for youth program
 •  Tax series will start on Kauai
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Senate panel passes anti-indecency bill
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Councilmembers clash over revelation of sewer plans
EDUCATION
 •  Friendly wave from Great Wall
 •  Students, schools in Hawaii show gains in AYP
POLICE
 •  Wai'anae man had gun in his carryon
 •  Husband held in H-1 crash
SCIENCE
 •  Keck gazes at odd star system
OTHER NEWS
 •  Strike up the ukulele band on Oahu Video
 •  Justice Stevens recalls war years in Honolulu
 •  Community calendar
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Wife accused of stabbing husband
OBITUARIES
 •  William Malo, former sheriff of Kalaupapa, dead
 •  Obituaries
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Sen. Inouye a master at bringing money into Hawaii

Sports
 •  All-Stater Rodrigues transfers to Kalani
 •  Paddling foes feel killer 'Bs' sting
 •  Manuwai spreading the wealth
GOLF
 •  Kaneko fifth at Betsy Rawls event
VOLLEYBALL
 •  Kamehameha's Torres will head to UOP in '08
BASEBALL
 •  A's rookie Suzuki must catch on quickly as starter
RECREATION
 •  Summer makes this trail accessible and rewarding Video
 •  808 Basketball captures 14-under championship
 •  Amateur boxing smoker set for Palolo tomorrow
 •  Sports notices
ISLE FILE
 •  Pyewacket pushing for record
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Hawaii's lifelong Potter fans ready for last book
 •  A new honor for Hawaii's orchid ambassador
 •  Harper's Bazaar shows the Simpsons what's chic
MUSIC
 •  Billboard hits
MOVIES
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  'Ace in the Hole,' one of Wilder's best, is back
VIDEO GAMES
 •  'Transformers' game good fun, but it doesn't last
BOOKS
 •  Fans hope 'Hallows' will tie up loose ends
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  A new honor for Hawaii's orchid ambassador
 •  Home and garden calendar
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  A place for making new friends
FAMILY MATTERS
 •  19th-century Hawaii fashions return
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Sean, Robi pool creative talents as duo Audio

Business
 •  KGMB9 to compete in Hawaii morning news
 •  Oahu office space vacancy plunges
 •  Hawaii critics small but vocal at SBA session
REAL ESTATE
 •  Mortgage rates show no change
 •  Big houses, 'green' often don't mix
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Toyota, Honda say quake won't disrupt U.S. shipments
 •  Long Beach port negotiations going slowly
 •  Limtiaco wins PRSA top award
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  New SBA loans will aid military

Opinion
 •  Each child's success should count in NCLB
 •  Mililani transit center not yet all it could be
COMMENTARY
 •  Latest Israeli-Arab plan still delusionary
 •  U.S. likely won't defend Taiwan from China
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Sen. Inouye a master at bringing money into Hawaii
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  The Ultimate Shins Audio
 •  Jake returns to 'Ukulele Festival roots
 •  Uke it up with Roy Sakuma
THE NIGHT STUFF
 •  The vinyl effort
NIGHTLIFE
 •  After Hours: Nightspotting
MOVIES
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  'Ace in the Hole,' one of Wilder's best, is back
MUSIC
 •  Billboard hits
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Sean, Robi pool creative talents as duo Audio
DINING
 •  Dat One offers Isles first taste of Persia comforts
VIDEO GAMES
 •  'Transformers' game good fun, but it doesn't last
DANCE
 •  Hula festival pays homage to legacy of a king
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Pu'u 'O'o lava