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Articles for July 31, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Baseball: Former Tampa Bay bat boy beats old team
 •  Baseball: MLB pushing for Japan, China games in 2008
 •  Baseball: Schilling strong in 3rd rehab start
 •  NFL: Redskins get a scare when Samuels hurts knee
 •  NFL: Raiders sign Culpepper; No. 1 pick still unsigned
 •  NFL: Bears, DT Walker agree on 5-year contract
 •  Kumu Kahua Theatre fundraiser Aug. 11
 •  Winners of duct tape prom outfit contest announced
 •  Crazy Shirts opens new stores in Waikiki, California
 •  NBA: Bucks still seeking resolution in Yi matter
 •  Baseball: Cocaine found on day of Beck's death
 •  Baseball: Red Sox reliever Donnelly to have surgery
 •  Baseball: Padres fire hitting coach
 •  NBA: Agent says Wolves agree to buy out Hudson
 •  Temari screening for Trash & Treasure artists Saturday
 •  Soccer: Beckham's injury hasn't hurt MLS ticket sales
 •  WWII ending ceremony Sept. 2 on USS Missouri
 •  Opihi Pickers play Ryan's Grill music weekly tomorrow
 •  School grants to encourage healthy eating
 •  Novelist, NPR contributor Alan Cheuse speaks Aug. 16
 •  IONA's 'Living Tarot' preview on YouTube
 •  Sunday benefit at Pipeline Cafe aids leukemia research
 •  Forest City selected to negotiate on Navy housing project
 •  Business highlights: Dow Jones, GM, Northwest
 •  Jones named new CEO for Rehabilitation Hospital
 •  Local storyteller wins honors
 •  Borders bookstores promote Hawaii Literacy program
 •  Hilton reports Hawai'i revenue growth was soft
 •  Na Hoku winners Pali hold celebration party tonight
 •  Matson completes new crane installation on Maui
 •  Honolulu is No. 1 when it comes to industrial rent
 •  Preps: MIL seeking volleyball officials
 •  Chevron joins Hawaii Speed & Quickness as sponsor
 •  NFL: Reggie Bush burning to return to action
 •  Three new Walking Company stores opening in Hawai'i
 •  NFL: Rawlings ends relationship with Michael Vick
 •  Autos: Stewart fined $25,000 for cursing on TV
 •  Baseball: Phillies place Victorino on disabled list
 •  Baseball: Phillies place Victorino on disabled list
 •  NFL: Tampa Bay faces a QB shortage
 •  NFL: Seattle receivers facing heavy competition
 •  Baseball: Giants deal Morris, big contract to Pirates
 •  Mac nut harvest estimated 58 million lbs. in 2006-07
 •  BOH Foundation gives $5K grant to Maui program
 •  Nan Inc. wins $6M contract to renovate child center
 •  Superferry marketing director to address travel group
 •  Baseball: Padres make three deadline trades
 •  NFL: Jaguars center Meester out with broken foot
 •  Made in Hawaii Festival set for Aug. 17-19 at Blaisdell
 •  Baseball: Braves get Teixeira, Dotel
 •  HEI to release 2nd-quarter financial results Monday
 •  Baseball: Gagne off to Red Sox
 •  NBA: Garnett traded to Celtics in 7-for-1 deal
 •  Tau dance benefit coming to Honolulu Design Center
 •  Church coffeehouse event set for Aug. 10
 •  Benefit luau tickets on sale
 •  Centering prayer class offered next month
 •  Taiwanese exhibit for Honolulu Hale announced
 •  Cycling: London mayor wants tainted Tour back
 •  Cycling: German rider fired, says he used testosterone
 •  Baseball: Yanks trade Proctor to Dodgers for Betemit
 •  Baseball: Cardinals acquire pitcher Pineiro from Bosox
 •  NFL: Giants would welcome back holdout DE Strahan
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: Mets-Brewers, basketball
 •  On the air today: Dodgers-Giants, basketball, tennis
 •  Dow drops 150 points; subprime concerns arise anew
 •  Police nab two burglary suspects at Aiea Heights
 •  Escapee arrested upon release from Honolulu hospital
 •  3-vehicle Ewa crash hospitalizes 9 with minor injuries
 •  Suspect in Hawaii Kai theft case arrested
 •  Woman hit by bus near Ala Moana in hospital - video
 •  Alert bystanders foil Haleiwa home burglary
 •  Hawaii Army major gets prison time in misconduct case
 •  Heeia man charged with robbery, extortion
 •  Tadd Fujikawa plays for fun, pride as pro debut nears
 •  Michelle Wie tees off early in Women's British Open
 •  Aliamanu barricade situation ends peacefully
 •  Fujikawa, McLachlin, Wilson tee times announced
 •  Man accused of threatening federal witness
 •  Hanauma Bay victim was top labor lawyer from Japan
 •  Felon charged with attempted murder on Big Island
 •  Whole Foods expansion plans include Kailua, Kahului
 •  Hawaii farmers can apply now for federal drought aid
 •  Amid botulism scare, FDA issues food-safety guidelines
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Military maneuvers to close Bellows park Aug. 17-20
 •  Mayor, Cabinet set for North Shore beach cleanups
 •  DLNR to hold meeting on Makaua Stream restoration
 •  Washington state man, 40, missing on Kauai
 •  Kono, Kaneko, Kim win matches at Canon Cup
 •  Honolulu among top cities in eBay.com use
 •  'Dog' Chapman ready to unleash book-signing blitz
 •  Retired general punished in Tillman's death cover-up
 •  Neighbors feuding over feral pigs on Big Island
 •  North Shore board seaching for homeless solutions
 •  Electrical power restored in Aina Haina area
 •  10 meetings set to discuss Hawaii mental health issues
 •  Firefighters snuff 2 small brushfires on Waianae Coast
 •  FEMA awards $192K to Hawaii fire departments
 •  Today's events: Art Lunch lecture, open mike
 •  H-1 viaduct project to repair potholes starts tonight
 •  South swells to continue through Wednesday
 •  Bone marrow drive today at Turtle Bay
 •  Aquarium groundskeeper wins President's Award
 •  Hawaii residents get $489,750 in scholarships
 •  Response to Molokai landfill ordnance delayed a day
 •  Waikiki Aquarium seeks docents
 •  Ho'oponopono workshop at St. Andrew's today
 •  Added conditions proposed for Maui housing project
 •  Maui council hears about dwindling reefs
 •  Firefighters extinguish small brushfire in Waimanalo
 •  Morning showers to decrease by afternoon
 •  Marine killed in Iraq; July toll lowest in 8 months
 •  Road restoration discussion on tap in Hawaii Kai
 •  One-way traffic on certain Big Isle roads on school days
 •  Del Monte's quarterly earnings strongest in 4 years (news release)
 •  Soccer: Adu reaches deal to play for Portuguese club

Local News
 •  Hawaii schools have staggered starts Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii teen charged with rape, murder
 •  Hawaii H-2 tree removal put on hold
 •  Eviction fears silence many Hawaii renters
 •  Hawaii botulism test results awaited
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  It's easier than ever to Drive Akamai
 •  Meeting set on family shelter
 •  Garage sale on at Niu Estates
 •  North Shore map useful tool
 •  New facility for health center
 •  YMCA to hold job fair Friday
 •  Annual burn at McCarthy Flats
 •  Luncheon fetes police detective
 •  Benefit aids Maui agency
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Senator wants another chance to lead Big Isle
 •  Hawaii merchants say recall effects minimal
EDUCATION
 •  Hawaii public school principals must OK donations
POLICE
 •  Hawaii couple attacked in Kalihi neighborhood
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Engine issue diverts flight to Hilo
OTHER NEWS
 •  Community calendar
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Discovery shuts Moloka'i landfill
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Ultimately, blame falls on abusers

Sports
 •  Lanikai looking to youth for quick start
 •  Walsh was just pure 'Genius'
 •  Victorino injured in Phillies' win over Cubs
FOOTBALL
 •  Redskins ready to sign top pick
ISLE FILE
 •  UH volleyball tops WAC poll
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  For 3 Hawaii teens, itís time to set goals, dream Video
 •  Prince's latest is homage to self
 •  Turn young child's incessant questioning into game
CHRISTIE WILSON
 •  New kitties fulfill need to nurture
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Register for moms site and earn chance to win spa day
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Latin ballroom star dances onto local TV show

Business
 •  Hawaii loses to Italy as No. 1 honeymoon spot
 •  Japanese visitors to Hawaii want variety
 •  Profits steady at First Hawaiian
AIRLINES
 •  Hawaiian Holdings Inc. sheds big chunk of its losses
 •  Northwest asks laid-off pilots to come back
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Digital mapping anticipates huge growth
 •  FCC tackles open-access issue
 •  Find deals for school shopping
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  China's superheated economy prompts tighter rules on credit
 •  Toyota to debut cheaper Prius
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Kailua theaters closing in April

Opinion
 •  Hawaiian trust ideas bears close watch
 •  Community's help needed in our schools
COMMENTARY
 •  No Child falls short of a realistic approach
 •  Cheney: A vice president unlike any other
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  First day of school at Kapalama Elementary
 •  Seth's pix
 •  A new year begins at Jefferson Elementary
 •  Wie's British Open practice round