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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 11, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Walter's bad break is good for No. 1 pick Russell
 •  Report: Daly's wife says he assaulted her
 •  WNBA star Holdsclaw stuns Sparks by retiring
 •  Defending champ Oregon St. advances to World Series
 •  Banned from participating, Culpepper to file grievance
 •  Nuggets guard J.R. Smith's passenger dies from injuries
 •  12-year-old youngest to qualify for U.S. Women's Open
 •  Business highlights: Safari, Qwest, Philip Morris
 •  Stocks finish flat as bond yields rise
 •  Ex-Roosevelt, Mililani stars named to soccer camp
 •  Saint Louis alum earns indoor football honors
 •  Utah State's Carroll still uncertain on NBA draft
 •  Magic offers ticket refunds because of Donovan fiasco
 •  Camacho sentenced to 7 years for burglary
 •  UNLV offers its hoops coach $1M a year deal
 •  2 long-time college hoop coaches die
 •  Eagles QB McNabb practices ahead of schedule
 •  Pistons Dumars: Coach Flip Saunders' job is safe
 •  Tomorrow's major-league probable pitchers
 •  Newly acquired DT Walker no-show at Bills camp
 •  49ers sign former Eagle defensive tackle
 •  Column: In Cleveland fate has not been kind
 •  Not exactly run for roses: Bengal Johnson beats horse
 •  Disney's ESPN buys cricket site, boosts Internet range
 •  Good coaching bringing out media darling in Oden
 •  Federer pulls out of Wimbledon tuneup event
 •  On the air tomorrow: NBA Finals Game 3
 •  On the air today: Arena football, baseball
 •  Today's major-league probable pitchers
 •  Indonesian military, Hawaii guard partner
 •  B.I. stabbing leaves boy dead, woman injured
 •  Power restored in Mililani Uka
 •  Jakarta tsunami warning center on tap for tomorrow
 •  Reporter ejected for blogging college baseball game
 •  Police arrest two teens after man beaten in Waikiki
 •  Makakilo brushfire under control
 •  Gary Rodrigues federal conviction upheld
 •  South shore surf moderate through mid-week
 •  EPA, Campbell reach settlement on Superfund site
 •  Hawaiian quilts donated to Wounded Warrior Marines
 •  Power restored to North Shore after auto accident
 •  Sunny skies expected for Kamehameha Day
 •  Man, 20, found dead in his Punalu'u home
 •  Today's events: Quilt exhibit, piano fest, birthday bash
 •  Bonds ends home-run drought, hits No. 747
 •  'Boundless' playground being erected on Maui
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Public input sought for Honoapi'ilani widening plan
 •  Auction house withdraws $1M bounty on Bonds HR ball
 •  NBA ratings take hit; 'Sopranos' a suspect
 •  Humane Society targets Eastern Shore shark tourney
 •  Kobe No. 1 in NBA jersey sales for 2007; LeBron No. 3

Local News
 •  Halona lookout to get major overhaul
 •  Are O'ahu racers back on track in Kalaeloa?
 •  Pressing beyond life's many challenges Photo gallery Video
 •  Time to regulate inflatables?
 •  Indonesia, Hawai'i to unveil pact
 •  It's time for pancakes in Hawai'i Kai
 •  On way: more aircraft traffic
 •  Book/bake sale benefits library
 •  Malama to lead area planning
 •  T-shirts boost July 4 festivities
 •  Help residents remove stickers
 •  Health center head honored
 •  Teen drinking program works
 •  Benefit June 30 for museum
 •  Prosecutor advocacy bill's future uncertain
 •  Students' works win spot on quilt
 •  Purple Heart stamp reissue on sale in August
 •  Soldiers are struggling to get mental therapy
 •  Benefit run/walk for U.S. VETS
 •  Gradual Tricare hikes likely
 •  Armored 'Bull' passes the test
 •  Kamehameha's spirit felt in Capitol
 •  Maui youth, 17, gets 10 years for carjacking
 •  Visitor killed in Maui crash
 •  Salutes
 •  Community calendar
 •  Accident leads to N. Shore outage
 •  Obituaries
 •  Native bird thriving on Lana'i

 •  Hakuho beats Asashoryu for crown Photo gallery
 •  Lanikai gets close call at Kailua Photo gallery
 •  Spurs spank Cavs to go 2-up
 •  Pettersen avoids major collapse to claim LPGA
 •  Oregon State wins opener
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Summer toy test
 •  Beauty more than what ads portray
 •  'Spring Awakening,' 'Coast of Utopia' rule Tonys
 •  Call Shia LaBeouf a liar, but not a male Lohan
 •  Working builds your character
 •  Hawaiimoms.com
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Hawaiian Electric Co. tests 'smart meters'
 •  Readjusting to work after war
 •  Hershey kiss-off embitters townsfolk
 •  Seeking a job after military service? Here are a few tips
 •  Losing out to food thief is annoying, at best
 •  Leadership Corner Audio
 •  Shuttle workers won't strike
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Stem cell research should not be vetoed
 •  Get the job done on immigration reform
 •  Business, labor, politicans can come together
 •  History lesson needed on climate change
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Spring Awakening,' 'Coast of Utopia' rule Tonys
 •  Call Shia LaBeouf a liar, but not a male Lohan
 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  Weightlifter
 •  Grand sumo tournament
 •  King Kamehameha day regatta