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Articles for June 12, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Spurs beat Cavaliers, move to one win of NBA title
 •  A bad sign? Mickelson waves off autograph seekers
 •  Tia Carrere coming to town to promote debut CD
 •  Defending champ Ota wins opening Manoa Cup match
 •  Pearl Harbor shipyard to get new commander
 •  Burger King to give away 25 surfboards
 •  NFLPA files grievance on Culpepper's behalf
 •  Call for better labeling of sports cream after death
 •  Pop darling The Shins to play Pipeline Cafe July 23
 •  Ching gets assist as U.S. breezes by El Salvador, 4-0
 •  Boxer Corrales legally drunk in fatal motorcycle crash
 •  Green healthy and ready for first season with Texans
 •  Obama donors can win chance to dine with candidate
 •  Business highlights: Anheuser-Busch, Blockbuster, Ford
 •  Nuggets' Smith released from hospital after car mishap
 •  Leina'ala Heine leads ho'ike Saturday at McKinley
 •  Hellmuth wins record World Series of Poker bracelet
 •  Chief Ragga headlines Pipeline's Hot Summer Jam June 23
 •  Pimbot holds Summer Shakedown June 30
 •  San Diego firm lends expertise to Hawaii BioEnergy
 •  N.Y. firm to do $2M more in work for state ERS
 •  Duke's McRoberts to stay in NBA draft
 •  Hawai'i home foreclosure rate improves in May
 •  Peterson leaves Coastal Carolina for Jordan, Bobcats
 •  Browns' Quinn focused on everything but contract
 •  Stanley Cup-winning Ducks set NHL sales record
 •  Game 2 ratings plummet for NBA finals
 •  Woods ready to be dad — but first wants to win Open
 •  Ex-major leaguer Cromartie trades bat for mat
 •  College football to kick off with unique matchups
 •  Pearl City searching for boys soccer, baseball coaches
 •  Amescua places ninth in track meet after runners fall
 •  Phil Jackson has hip surgery
 •  Mickelson to play U.S. Open with injured left wrist
 •  Rain's Friday concert on O'ahu likely to be canceled
 •  Davydenko wins despite being hit in eye by serve
 •  Ex-ESPN baseball analyst Reynolds joins MLB.com
 •  Titans' Jones drops appeal of one-year suspension
 •  Asian golf tour upset at European Tour's India plans
 •  Roddick advances to third round at Queen's Club
 •  Police: Pakistan cricket coach died of natural causes
 •  Sports tomorrow: Manoa Cup second round
 •  Sports today: Manoa Cup first round
 •  Today's major-league probable pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: Mets-Dodgers, D'Backs-Yankees
 •  On the air today: NBA finals Game 3, Mets-Dodgers
 •  'Olelo airs video offering help with tax forms
 •  Puna boy, 14, and unborn child killed, father arrested
 •  State officials tour Jakarta tsunami center
 •  Feds arrest ex-kickboxing champ Alexio
 •  Drought warning issued for Upcountry Maui
 •  Task force nabs online sex predator
 •  Man knocked unconscious 'very critical'
 •  Man released in 'A'ala stabbing case
 •  Rain concert a no-go for Friday; refunds announced
 •  Verlander pitches Tigers' first no-hitter since 1984
 •  Cruise ship employee suspected of having TB
 •  Man charged in shooting after graduation party
 •  Halawa woman pleads not guilty in mother's killing
 •  2 Hawai'i beaches in Travel + Leisure's top 20
 •  5 Hawai'i companies fined for clean-air violations
 •  go! planes fly less than two-thirds full in May
 •  Top gas prices in nation found in Hawai'i
 •  Grass restoration work under way in Kaimuki
 •  FBI warns universities to watch out for spies
 •  Moanalua student chosen for AAJA's 'J Camp'
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Alcohol use investigated in fatal Maui crash
 •  Maui bike shops concerned about stricter tour rules
 •  Today's events: 'Robots' display, aquarium concert
 •  Clooney-Pitt combo scores big at box office
 •  'Sopranos' creator says finale wasn't movie setup
 •  More trades, but little rain relief in forecast
 •  Small surf continues around Islands
 •  Dads, dogs on tap at Kahuku library
 •  Kids, see live rabbits at Waipahu library
 •  Kaimuki library to host cultures presentation
 •  Valve work shuts one town-bound lane near Kahe Point
 •  Obama, Thompson gain ground on Clinton, Giuliani
 •  Ethics trial to start for attorney in Duke lacrosse case
 •  Stocks plunge as 10-year yield soars
 •  U.S.-led coalition mistakenly kills 8 Afghan officers
 •  Scientists convene on O'ahu to discuss fishery issues
 •  Booking service: Resort fees can cause sticker shock
 •  Lingering questions follow Woods to U.S. Open
 •  Even LeBron can't keep Cavs from getting whacked

Local News
 •  Community keeps watch on crime Photo gallery Video
 •  State fights damage to Maui reserve
 •  Deadbeat parents targeted in Hawai'i
 •  Partnership augments disaster readiness
 •  $1 go! tickets crash Web site
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Concern for land nets national award
 •  Bergin named top firefighter
 •  Arts festival marks 10th year
 •  Medicinal plant garden at WCC
 •  Highway lane will be closed
 •  Golf tourney benefits school
 •  UH taking note of its landscape
 •  Council backs beach surveys
 •  Post office gets work-site honor
COURTS
 •  Keeping kids safe online Video
 •  Rodrigues' conviction on fraud is upheld
 •  Teen who killed son may lose probation
POLICE
 •  Teen stabbed to death in Puna
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Damaging coral with anchor to cost boat captain $7,300
 •  Campbell limited on what it can do with pineapple site
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Kamehameha the Great remembered Video
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Two hour outage strikes Mililani
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Yang will go to Women's Open
 •  Top seeds have tough times Photo gallery Video
 •  Dolphins' rookie Satele armed to teeth in toughness
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Pressing beyond life's many challenges Photo gallery Video
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Ching, Kai trying to make lasting impressions
ISLE FILE
 •  Manoa Cup field set for first round
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Chic ahoy! Photo gallery
 •  Want to know how celebs think? Check their blogs
 •  Isle women were stylin' with 'sailor mokus' in '30s
PARENTING
 •  Let drama queen vent one time
CATHERINE E. TOTH
 •  Age, looks and finding cat's meow
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Talk story with other mothers
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Jason Tam living it up on ABC soap, Broadway

Business
 •  Retirement home slated for Nu'uanu
 •  Awards seek to recognize culture
 •  The rich get (a lot) richer
REAL ESTATE
 •  Housing slump good news for hopeful buyers
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Art curators find jobs in corporate world
 •  Be photo smart on the road
 •  Unhappy shareholders prepare to put Yahoo CEO on hot seat
 •  Apple: Is your privacy at risk?
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  No OT for home-care workers
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Apple unveils PC browser

Opinion
 •  Child-labor safeguards must remain
COMMENTARY
 •  The other side of the public housing story
 •  Finding 'method' to the election madness
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Fighting crime
 •  Nautical fashion
 •  Junior tennis championship