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Articles for July 26, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  HELCO signs agreement for more renewable energy
 •  Okimoto named head softball coach at Punahou
 •  NFL: Bing, cut by Raiders, picked up by 49ers
 •  UH pitcher Daly pitches no-hitter in summer league
 •  Baseball: Bonds doesn't have answer for latest slump
 •  Baseball: Phillies All-Star 2B Utley breaks right hand
 •  Crews searching for swimmer behind Hilton in Waikiki
 •  Waianae homeless kids receive free school supplies
 •  Business briefs: Housing starts, Ford's surprise
 •  American Water divestiture receives Hawaii approval
 •  Colleges: Wake Forest coach Prosser dies
 •  Grace Pacific paving contract worth up to $25 million
 •  Talk on 'Mindfulness Practice' slated for Aug. 26
 •  Classes discuss Tibetan Buddhist path
 •  Registration opens for 'Truth Project' conference
 •  Kamakura releases new version of risk software
 •  Central Pacific reports loan growth as profit rises
 •  A&B expects 'banner year' as net income rises
 •  NFL: Adams signs with Bucs, reports to training camp
 •  Baseball: Nats' Lannan ejected in major league debut
 •  NFL: Saints' safety Steve Gleason on injured reserve
 •  Hawaii unit sees D.R. Horton swing to 3rd-quarter loss
 •  NFL: Turley, 3 draft picks agree to terms with Chiefs
 •  NFL: No training camp for 'Pacman' Jones, says Goodell
 •  Baseball: Reds' Lopez goes on DL
 •  NFL: Cowboys sign LB Spencer, 26th overall pick
 •  Semi tractor-trailer rig on fire on H-1 near Kunia
 •  Colleges: Utah St. football just wants to win
 •  Tennis: Schiavone advances to at Gastein Ladies
 •  Tennis: Calleri reaches quarterfinals at Austrian Open
 •  Autos: No penalty for McLaren in breach of sport code
 •  Track: Amputee agrees to testing on prosthetic legs
 •  Colleges: Woman won't pursue charges against players
 •  NFL: Son of Eagles coach pleads guilty to drug offense
 •  NFL: Bills QB Losman sidelined by back strain
 •  Cycling: Bennati wins stage; Contador takes Tour lead
 •  NFL: Bengals LB Thurman will miss another season
 •  NFL: Browns giving TE Winslow time to recover
 •  NBA: Bookies associated with accused ref identified
 •  Cycling: Doping-tainted Tour de France resumes
 •  Cycling: Tour 'dead,' moves on after leader's expulsion
 •  Track: 800 record holder suspended after positive test
 •  NFL: Jets' Martin retires as No. 4 all-time rusher
 •  On the air tomorrow: Golf, Tour de France
 •  On the air today: Braves-Giants, golf, soccer
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Man arrested in fatal Big Island crash last week
 •  Roughead to be nominated as naval operations chief
 •  Honolulu man indicted in throat-slashing attack
 •  Kalihi bank robbery suspect indicted
 •  go! offers $1 airfare online for travel on Monday
 •  Maui councilman proposes plastic-bag ban
 •  Fire destroys home on Fort Weaver Road
 •  Kono tops Kim in 23 holes; Kaneko wins on 24th
 •  Officials determine no swimmers missing off Waikiki
 •  Woman, 60, dies after pulled from Hawaii Kai waters
 •  11 Hawaii stores cited for selling tobacco to minors
 •  3.2-magnitude quake shakes Kilauea as lava still flows
 •  No tsunami threat after 6.9 quake in Philippines
 •  Elvis is outside the building — the Blaisdell, that is
 •  Hawaii's June visitor arrivals show slight decline
 •  State projects to clean up streams, private lands
 •  Wie taking 'positives' after 73 at Evian Masters
 •  Hawaii workers praised for use of airport defibrillators
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Bacteria-laden cans burst, renew urgency of food recall
 •  Skill-game slot machine approved in Nevada
 •  Ex-NFL star's death cover-up has general's rank at risk
 •  Big Island police need help finding two fugitives
 •  Author gives hints of Harry Potter's fate in final book
 •  Perrineau returning to 'Lost' as turncoat Michael
 •  Lane closure set for Kamehameha Highway near stadium
 •  Roadwork to close Ala Moana Boulevard lane Saturday
 •  Youths needed for stop-smoking study
 •  Volunteers to ready classrooms at Ala Wai Elementary
 •  South Maui park plans approved amid funding concerns
 •  Harmonica recital set for Saturday
 •  King benefit Sunday will feature food, music
 •  Deputy director for harbors named
 •  Debate intensifies over affordable housing on Maui
 •  Vehicle fire reported at Safeway in Enchanted Lake
 •  Free screening of meditation documentary Aug. 8
 •  Kono, Kim set up quarterfinal showdown in match play
 •  Hawaii stocks lower as Wall Street hits downdraft
 •  L.A. port clerks, employers reach deal, avert strike
 •  Hawaii lab to ID remains recovered from Vietnam War
 •  Today's events: 'You Somebody,' 'Thunder' male revue
 •  5 U.S. troops killed around Iraq since Sunday
 •  Trade winds continue bringing heat relief
 •  Dow ends down 311 points in second-worst loss of year
 •  Transpac yacht Morning Light finishes at 6:10 a.m.
 •  Waianae shelter receives linen donation today
 •  Moderate swells coming to south shores
 •  Vick pleads not guilty to dogfighting charges

Local News
 •  Residents feared lanai that collapsed Photo gallery Video
 •  Gag order sought over starved Honolulu girl
 •  Rape suspect's murder sentence cut twice
 •  Relatives aren't required to report abuse
 •  Stryker brigade likely will remain in Hawaii Video
 •  Omega Station graffiti eased
 •  Help sought in finding suspect
 •  CD navigates North Shore
 •  Speech Club needs judges
 •  Hokule'a sailor will talk story
 •  Children get three new playhouses
 •  Aug. 13 fete for Darrlyn Bunda
 •  Help for fish survey teams
 •  Ho'okena home project opening
 •  Laura Thielen to head Hawaii's DNLR
 •  Landfill official leaving Isles
 •  School's new site in Makiki needs work
 •  Reading, math scores increase
 •  Cooking up lighter lunches
 •  Five schools to get Title IX honors
 •  Honolulu Airport viaduct will be repaired
 •  Area near Hawaii Island volcano closed to public
 •  Community calendar
 •  Woman who died in fall identified
 •  Edith King Wilcox, 90, 'got a lot done'
 •  Obituaries
 •  Waikiki lifeguard reality show is awful

 •  Kim, Kono advance in U.S. Girls' Junior
 •  Never too soon for volleyball recruiting
 •  Wie hoping for a pain-free tourney
 •  Lions sign ex-UH defensive lineman
 •  Pressel a perfect pick as Kapalua touring pro
 •  Promising start took bad turn in Milwaukee
 •  Miyajima keeps local flavor
 •  Holes in One
 •  Waipi'o powers past Kane'ohe in LL final, 8-2 Photo gallery Video
 •  Youngest Transpac crew met its Destiny
 •  Mitchell's Moloka'i streak at 5 and counting
 •  Hawaii's Chow leads All-Star junior golf
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Hoping UH stays ahead of schedule

Island Life
 •  Racing to the sun Video
 •  MVT captures 31 Po'okela Awards
 •  Another reason to quit smoking: birth defects
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Ice cream heats you on hot day
 •  Bedtime books help preschoolers face tough issues
 •  You have options for home fertility tests
 •  Bedtime books help preschoolers face tough issues
 •  Thunder storms onstage
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  'Full House' star, Beach Boy stop in at Keo's

 •  Housing market sours; Hawaii bucking trend
 •  Senor Frog's to open 'anything goes' restaurant in Waikiki Photo gallery
 •  Central Pacific board authorizes bigger stock buyback
 •  Apple profit soars; iPhone does well
 •  Keep track of credit score
 •  Long-term-care insurance can protect assets
 •  Learning from other people's mistakes
 •  Lawrence Pricher, who headed 2 'Big 5' firms, dies
 •  Horizon Lines raises fuel rates

 •  Resuming push for Maui medical services
 •  Time to reform U.S. farm-subsidy payouts
 •  It's back to the future in the Middle East
 •  What's behind all the 'goodness' these days
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Apartment patio collapse
 •  Little League Majors State Tournament final
 •  Greeting the Morning Light
 •  Michelle Wie
 •  Señor Frog's bar and restaurant