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Articles for July 30, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  NFL: Peterson sets bar high on 1st day of Vikings camp
 •  Baseball: Mariner hurler to have surgery, out for year
 •  Preps: Saint Louis seeking soccer coach
 •  NBA: Lakers sign Coby Karl, son of Nuggets coach
 •  Tennis: Roddick feeling better for upcoming tourney
 •  Track: Sprinter Gatlin opens appeal of 8-year ban
 •  NFL: Rams CB says he was suspended for missed test
 •  NFL: 'Pacman' Jones might participate in pro wrestling
 •  NFL: Bucs GM says Simms' health not an issue
 •  NFL: Packers Morency out 'a couple' weeks with injury
 •  NFL: Raiders moving on without No. 1 pick QB Russell
 •  Baseball: Braves set to get 1B Teixeira from Rangers
 •  NFL: LB June feels he's an ideal fit for Buc defense
 •  Keolu Center Cinemas to close by end of April 2008
 •  NFL: Patriots DB Scott to miss season
 •  Baseball: Pedro set for rehab; Mets acquire Castillo
 •  NBA: Grizzlies sign 1st-round pick Conley
 •  Cycling: Spanish rider Mayo tested positive during Tour
 •  Cycling: Spanish rider Mayo tested positive during Tour
 •  NFL: After career year, DE want long deal with Jags
 •  College: Notre Dame, Michigan to play till 2031
 •  NFL: Seahawks' safety Babineaux out 3-4 weeks
 •  Baseball: Aaron declines to take a swing at Bonds
 •  NFL: Lions rookie QB Stanton to undergo surgery
 •  NFL: Unsigned Quinn misses 4th day at Browns camp
 •  NFL: Co-defendant says Vick bankrolled dogfighting
 •  NFL: Bengals TE Mulcahy OK after hurting neck
 •  Business highlights: News Corp., diabetes drug, Verizon
 •  State cuts vendor online registration fee 20 percent
 •  Krump dance master hosts UH-Manoa session Saturday
 •  Contest offers opening slot at local Wu-Tang Clan show
 •  NFL: Samson practices on Miami's first team
 •  KHPR's Art Songs Contest winners announced
 •  Enter Aloha Tower's ukulele contest through Sept. 4
 •  Interfaith program on Maui to mark Hiroshima bombing
 •  Speaker from "The Secret" to appear August 16
 •  NBA: Police look for link in Chicago robberies
 •  Mighty Mo: Free visits for Coast Guard begin Sunday
 •  Annual luau at Liliukalani Church returns Saturday
 •  NBA: Source says Garnett leaving for Celtics
 •  First Hawaiian Bank Q2 earnings unchanged at $51.9M
 •  Baseball: Big day brewing for 3 records tomorrow
 •  Baseball: Will Glavine be the last to win 300?
 •  NFL: NAACP urges restraint in judging Vick
 •  Baseball: Phillies get Lohse from Reds in pitchers swap
 •  Soccer: Beckham won't make Galaxy trip to Dallas
 •  Study: 'Oversupply' could depress gas prices by 2010
 •  Caribbean vacations losing allure for U.S. tourists
 •  Soccer: U.S. teen star Adu eyes move to Europe
 •  NFL: Redskins agree to terms with 1st-rd. pick Landry
 •  Labyrinth created at Nuuanu Valley Park
 •  Hooponopono event slated for tomorrow
 •  Gay NFL star to sing at Hula's
 •  Ballet Hawaii names Parkinson to top post
 •  Daniel Ho, Herb Ohta Jr.'s concert to benefit homeless
 •  Hawaii Literacy program teams with Borders
 •  Kalihi couple stabbed, beaten by mob of about 15
 •  On the air tomorrow: Dodgers-Giants, basketball
 •  On the air today: Phillies-Cubs; no Giants game
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Tree work closes part of H-2 near Ka Uka overpass
 •  Couple arrested for gun, drug offenses in Waianae
 •  Heeia man suspect in robbery, extortion probe
 •  Discovery closes Molokai landfill
 •  Sleepy man charged with Kailua burglary
 •  Registered offender accused of sex attacks
 •  Rape added to juvenile murder suspect's offenses
 •  Ewa Beach house fire started in AC unit
 •  Police seeking men in knife attack on Kalihi couple
 •  Engine trouble diverts Vegas-to-Honolulu flight to Hilo
 •  Big Island home in Keauhou gutted by fire
 •  Woman, child struck in Waipahu crosswalk
 •  Boy injured jumping into Wailuku River on Big Island
 •  Hawaii students hit the books starting today
 •  Chief Justice Roberts suffers seizure, is hospitalized
 •  Ex-49er and Hall of Fame coach Bill Walsh dead at 75
 •  Rainbow Wahine volleyball team picked to win WAC
 •  Chinatown merchants to discuss imported food worries
 •  Swell bringing 6-foot surf to Hawaii's south shores
 •  The next Sanjaya? 'Idol' auditions start in San Diego
 •  'Little Humanitarian' on Maui promotes peace
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Catch Hot Seat excerpts in Sunday's Focus section
 •  HECO using helicopters for inspection work on Oahu
 •  Transportation meetings continue on Neighbor Islands
 •  UH professor to study news management in Germany
 •  Chancellor appointed at Kapiolani Community College
 •  VP of research named for UH system
 •  Woo-hoo! Homer, Bart and Simpsons rule box office
 •  Today's events: Rose Consort of Viols, Expressions
 •  Keiki ID program at Pearl City library today
 •  Vick co-defendant pleads guilty to conspiracy charges
 •  Coldwell Banker Pacific launches new Web site
 •  Torch and hula show returns to Kuhio Beach
 •  Resort gets major gift of koi
 •  Improvements on the way for Ala Moana Health Center
 •  Haiku drivers urged to slow down as school kicks off
 •  Hawaiian Holdings narrows 2nd-quarter loss to $3.9M
 •  Italy replaces Hawaii as 'world's best' honeymoon spot
 •  3-day Hawaii home remodeling expo draws 12,156
 •  Kona Surf Film fest seeks entries for 5th annual event
 •  Morning, night showers for windward, mauka areas
 •  Dow surges 90 points in good day for Wall Street
 •  Phillies' Victorino leaves game with strained calf

Local News
 •  Hawaii pushes for a better bicycle commute
 •  Dog bite cases in Hawaii multiply
 •  Akaka bill may remain stalled until year's end
 •  Volunteers step up to aid Hawaii schools
 •  Water delays Waipahu marketplace opening
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Diamond Head losing its naupaka finery
 •  Library will be closed Friday
 •  H-2 Freeway lane closings
 •  Town meeting on homeless set
 •  Nonprofit gets $20,000 grant
 •  Meeting today on court, UH
 •  WCC's paper wins top award
 •  Trash pick-up bills overdue
 •  Fire risk high despite rain
EDUCATION
 •  Get ready for more traffic on Hawaii roads
POLICE
 •  Suspect in custody in Ka'u case
 •  Man breaks into home, falls asleep
 •  Child, 5, uninjured in mob attack in Ma'ili; 2 arrested
POLICE BEAT
 •  Victim in Kauai crash identified
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Hawaiians mark key date in 1843
MAUI
 •  2nd botulism victim on Maui 'much better'
OTHER NEWS
 •  Team taking anti-drug play around Hawaii Video
 •  Cancer doesn't limit Pearl City volunteer
 •  Hawaii hosts martial arts event for disabled Photo gallery
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
JAN TENBRUGGENCATE
 •  Cool home naturally for savings

Sports
 •  Low sparks Team USA
 •  Mitchell makes it six in row Photo gallery
 •  Gulbis captures her first LPGA title
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Marr, Wee Tinman champions
ISLE FILE
 •  Benson wins junior pro surfing title at U.S. Open
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Sleep in style
 •  Accessory line caters to haute dogs
 •  Adults who stay forever young
PETER BOYLAN
 •  Fame, $$$, good looks so what?
FASHION
 •  Big buzz surrounds beehive's comeback
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Sleep in style
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Fruits, veggies the easy way
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

Business
 •  Online auctions help fund Hawaii schools
 •  University of Hawaii gets $2M for faculty
 •  Making a career change requires careful planning
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Leadership Corner Audio
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  More Northwest flights canceled
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  Fresh vision for DLNR would aid chief in job
 •  Truth must be found in Pat Tillman case
COMMENTARY
 •  Elvis statue at Blaisdell just the beginning
 •  Study is hardly a smoking gun on movies
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Accessory line caters to haute dogs
 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  O'ahu Junior ROTC Cadets
 •  'Specially Challenged' Martial Arts Championship
 •  Quiksilver Edition Moloka'i to O'ahu Paddleboard Race