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Articles for June 19, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  CWS: Anteaters eliminate Sun Devils in 10 innings
 •  Two Kauai men released in hotel robbery
 •  Kings choose Theus as new coach
 •  Man pleads guilty to federal drug and firearm charges
 •  Seattle's DJ Necron99 hits Indigo on Friday
 •  Business highlights: Oil prices, Plavix, Best Buy
 •  NFL: Garcia frontrunner to be Bucs starter
 •  NFL: Titans bring in Brown to help push LenDale White
 •  Pitcher Johnson has herniated disk, return uncertain
 •  Ballet superstar Allessandra Ferri to retire this weekend
 •  New Hope Leeward, KFC team up to feed homeless
 •  Documentary 'Our Daily Bread' screens at UH tomorrow
 •  Kaleidoscope party features Linus tonight
 •  Preps: Tuipulotu earns second MIL water polo honor
 •  Acclaimed artist Masami Teraoka to sign books June 29
 •  Burlesque meets the big top in 'Outlaw Circus'
 •  NBA: Lakers owner Buss faces misdemeanor DUI counts
 •  Falling bond yields helps stocks end up
 •  Goldman buys stake in resort firm with Hawai'i ties
 •  BYU track star arrested in mop altercation
 •  Golf: For Tiger as daddy, biggest issue might be privacy
 •  Concert Saturday at Kahala Nui benefits HOT
 •  Former NBA All-Star Anderson to coach CBA team
 •  Golf: U.S. Open champ returns home to Argentina
 •  CWS: North Carolina eliminates Louisville
 •  Golf: U.S. Open ratings soar with Woods in contention
 •  Economists see solid outlook for Japan manufacturing
 •  Kobe keeps pressuring Lakers to trade him
 •  'Seinfeld's' Soup Nazi to perform Aug. 18
 •  NBA: Sprewell's libel suit against reporter dismissed
 •  S&P gives BBB rating to REIT that owns O'ahu property
 •  United Airlines to hire pilots for first time since 2001
 •  Harley promoted to manager at Four Seasons Hualalai
 •  Ohana Hotels & Resorts ad campaign wins award
 •  Utah firm revises terms to buy local storage facilities
 •  Hawaii's World Heritage Festival looking for volunteers
 •  Melbourne's top chef cooks Saturday at Aloha Tower
 •  A&B stock rated 'market perform' by analyst
 •  'Eye of the Dolphin' premieres at kids' film fest Sunday
 •  Olympics: China plans highway to Mt. Everest for torch
 •  Preps: Florida to start steroid testing for athletes
 •  NBA: Ex-All-Star Baker charged with drunken driving
 •  NFL: Officials tour proposed 49ers stadium sites
 •  NFL: Browns rookie Mason arrested at nightclub
 •  College football: Indiana coach Hoeppner dies at 59
 •  MLB: Giants need to call an end to the Barry Bonds era
 •  NFL: Pacman's career could wind up in ruins
 •  NBA: Don't expect to see Kobe Bryant in Suns uniform
 •  NBA: Morrison recovering from tough rookie year
 •  NBA: Conley Jr. impresses in pre-draft workouts
 •  MLB: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  MLB: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On air tomorrow: College World Series, Red Sox-Braves
 •  On the air today: College World Series
 •  Police charge SUV driver that hit men in Waikiki
 •  Officials avert road closure at Waimea Bay
 •  Waialua brushfire scorches 10-12 acres
 •  MLB: Former Baldwin star Suzuki hits major league homer
 •  State closes Pu'u O'o trail as a precaution
 •  Wie opts out of PGA's John Deere event
 •  Man critically injured in Big Island shooting
 •  Police may have recovered gun used in 'Aiea shooting
 •  Schofield soldier 'extremely proud to serve,' father said
 •  New eruption area created on Kilauea's East Rift zone
 •  State jobless rate inches up to 2.5 percent in May
 •  Taylor Takata wins another judo gold
 •  Police Beat: Man, 54, arrested in tie to stolen truck
 •  Heart attack killed man involved in Big Island crash
 •  Kaiser Permanente streamlines management team
 •  Jackhammer operator treated for electrical shock
 •  Kim shoots 3-under 69, four others advance at Publinx
 •  Lingle releases $8.8M for upgrades at 3 schools
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  'Lifespan' housing code on Maui could help seniors
 •  Silent march today for stabbed Big Island boy
 •  Event marking Title IX anniversary to honor Patsy Mink
 •  Boyd Gaming breaks ground on Echelon resort in Vegas
 •  Experts in music industry holding Hawaii discussion
 •  Gateway notebook batteries recalled over fire danger
 •  UH launches disaster-preparedness training online
 •  Today's events: Do Re Mi Music, Blair Band
 •  Paris Hilton prosecutor put on the defensive
 •  Poll shows Clinton gaining; actor challenging Giuliani
 •  12 percent of U.S. health budget spent on diabetes
 •  Warehouse blaze kills 9 firefighters in S. Carolina
 •  LIkelike resurfacing work continues
 •  Vendors can apply now for annual Windward Hoolaulea
 •  Kaimuki Neighborhood Board seeks to fill 5 vacancies
 •  Lend Lease wins $400M contract for Hickam housing
 •  Mihana adds new Sunday show at rRed Elephant
 •  Prince Lot Hula Festival schedule announced
 •  Watch for work along Ala Wai Boulevard
 •  Free 'shred-it day' Saturday in Manoa
 •  Manoa library to host science show for kids
 •  Maui police recover knives in assault case
 •  Fiji ruler says earlier elections in 2009 possible
 •  UH researcher helps pen study on Medicare problems
 •  Rose named managing partner for local KPMG office
 •  Travel + Leisure gives Hawaiian Airlines top rating
 •  Fall launch set for satellite that will serve Hawai'i
 •  Trade winds bringing the Islands more breezy days
 •  75 killed by bomb; 10,000 U.S. soldiers begin sweep
 •  Bishop Museum's Science Cafe tonight
 •  Small surf all around the Islands
 •  2nd Chinese athlete faces paralysis from injury

Local News
 •  Schofield troops awarded for valor
 •  Mass-transit route to airport still alive
 •  Ho daughter OD'd on meth
 •  Claiming a corner in history
 •  Volcano: 'Something's got to give' Video
 •  What to know about Kilauea
 •  Kilauea's recent activity hints at eruption pattern
 •  A garden for fertile college minds Photo gallery
 •  Solstice fest at botanic garden
 •  Diamond Head funds released
 •  Reminiscing on Massachusetts
 •  Groups benefit from tourney
 •  $50,000 raised for cancer work
 •  Library to host movie nights
 •  Making music from plant life
 •  Tour Hawaii's 'musical' plants
 •  On-site testing for drugs to start
 •  'I never got hit. Amazing, yeah?' Video
 •  Mink praised for role in Title IX
 •  Zoning height hearing today
 •  Care of artifacts focus of summit
 •  Woman attacked while walking dog
 •  Retired Brig. Gen. Robin Olds, ace fighter pilot and Air Force legend
 •  Obituaries

 •  All-around star has eyes on the prize
 •  'Fearless' card delayed after Lawler injures shoulder
 •  UC Irvine outlasts Fullerton
 •  Kim in the hunt at Publinx
 •  Hawaii breaks even in Las Vegas
 •  Hawaii baseball stars start careers
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  O'Donnell paved way for change

Island Life
 •  Live Hawaiian concerts now just a click away
 •  The house of toys
 •  iTunes moves into a larger world
 •  Accept limits of parental influence
 •  A world fit for a princess
 •  Benefits of being a working mother
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Sumo-sized appetites descend upon Sasabune

 •  HCDA director Daniel Dinell to leave post
 •  Majority stake in local firm sold off
 •  Suits focus on 'hot fuel'
 •  May 2007 vs. 2006: Maui home prices fall, sales up
 •  Airbus outshines Boeing, but only temporarily
 •  Here's how to check on people
 •  Yahoo Inc. CEO steps down
 •  Social networking spins off businesses
 •  Rally supports hotel workers

 •  'Dump the Pump' should be ongoing effort
 •  Abu Ghraib scandal still reason to be wary
 •  Oahu can't support Turtle Bay expansion
 •  Russia's Putin still stifling independent views
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Windward biotech garden
 •  Oregon St. vs. Arizona St.
 •  UC Irvine vs. CS Fullerton