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Articles for June 21, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  CWS: North Carolina beats Rice, 7-4, to reach finals
 •  Track and field: Greer breaks own U.S. javelin mark
 •  Soccer: U.S. men hold off Canada, reach Gold Cup final
 •  Mama's Fish House on Maui earns national honors
 •  Rehab Hospital seeks gift shop volunteers
 •  Las Vegas adult revue gyrating into town next month
 •  Kapalua Wine & Food Festival begins June 28
 •  Local blues, funk supergroup at Atherton July 14
 •  Two movies opening July 3 to reach holiday viewers
 •  MLB: Athletics designate Bradley for assignment
 •  'The Wild Tree' opens on stage tomorrow
 •  Preps: De La Hoya addresses graduates at his school
 •  Sumo: KFVE will air special on Hawaii tournament
 •  PGA: Mahan leads Conn. tourney; McLachlin shoots 79
 •  Business highlights: U.S. economy, new fuel standards
 •  Soccer: U.S. women have built winning tradition
 •  Bank of Hawaii charity walk set for Saturday
 •  MLB: Two Hawaii pitchers may see action in minors
 •  NFL: Bucs still hopeful Plummer will decide to play
 •  NFL: Lawyers say 'Pacman' will fight Vegas charges
 •  Database maps 22 Hawaii faith groups' causes
 •  Go Skateboarding Day will see skaters at parks today
 •  College: NCAA says some live blogging is OK
 •  MLB: Yanks, M's sign 4 Chinese players, more on way
 •  NFL: Falcons WR Finneran out for the year again
 •  College: Colorado put on probation for meals violation
 •  MLB: Giambi apologizes, agrees to meet with Mitchell
 •  MLB: A's designate Bradley for assignment
 •  College: Coach fined for carrying revolver on plane
 •  Hospice Hawaii's bereavement camp starts tomorrow
 •  Jehovah's Witnesses convention starts tomorrow
 •  Interfaith group to discuss forgiveness issues
 •  Volunteers to build Waianae Housing playground
 •  NFL: Odds against Simms regaining Bucs starting QB job
 •  NBA: Wizards' O'Malley, first female president, quits
 •  Tennis: Henin advances to Eastbourne semifinals
 •  NBA: Pistons' draft coordinator going to Sonics
 •  Tennis: Ljubicic, Benneteau reach Ordina semifinals
 •  MLB: Randolph, Bochy named NL All-Star coaches
 •  Olympics: IOC president backs cycling despite scandals
 •  NHL: Ex-Devils coach Julien hired by Bruins
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, golf
 •  On the air today: College World Series
 •  MLB: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  MLB: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Kapolei Village standoff ends with man's death
 •  Hokulea prepares to be shipped home from Japan
 •  Murder suspect arrested upon release from hospital
 •  Public schools award 10,700 diplomas in 2007
 •  Local promoters sue Rain over canceled concert
 •  Kalaheo, Heeia getting $3.2M for school improvements
 •  Missile test off Kauai delayed by vessel in area
 •  Kids First! film fest moves to UH-Manoa Art Auditorium
 •  Athletics send Kalani alum Komine back to Triple-A
 •  Kono advances to U.S. Women's Publinx quarterfinals
 •  UH softball team finishes with 2 national rankings
 •  Firefighters responding to Waipahu brushfire report
 •  Tremor levels at steady rate at Kilauea Volcano
 •  Funeral services set for woman in Kalihi stabbing
 •  Kauai police asking for help finding missing teens
 •  Police search for two missing girls on Big Island
 •  Las Vegas council backs early plan for downtown arena
 •  'Human error' cited in United Airlines' computer glitch
 •  Princess passengers choose best Hawaii tour operators (news release)
 •  Prince William turns 25, gains access to inheritance
 •  3 sites under consideration for new Kihei high school
 •  UH Hilo to offer new degree in accounting
 •  Bishop Museum teaches culture stewardship today
 •  The summer winds are blowing in
 •  Surf expected to reach 4 feet at best
 •  Bill funnels financial aid to former Del Monte workers
 •  Free hula classes start tomorrow in Papakolea
 •  Art exhibit to feature city workers' talent
 •  Plant sale Saturday at Kailua Elementary School
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Kahala Nui to sponsor 'voices' benefit June 30
 •  Libraries to host 'Magic of Reading' next month
 •  Deciding on plans for Maui land could delay rezoning
 •  Chaminade to pay $50K to settle discrimination suit
 •  Local company to help promote 'Surf's Up' DVD release
 •  Moped accident reported at Kalakaua, South Beretania
 •  Hoku removed from Russell indexes, Barnwell added
 •  Korean War vets to hold 57th anniversary event
 •  No plans now to further extend deployments in Iraq
 •  Today's events: Keiki ID, Summer Solstice gathering
 •  Supreme Court upholds limits on prep sports recruiting
 •  Kono wins, Kim, Chun lose in U.S. Women's Publinx
 •  Positive economic data boosts unsteady stock market
 •  U.S. military says 14 American troops killed
 •  Hawaii Coast Guard facilities to get efficiency upgrades
 •  'Citizen Kane' still tops AFI's 100 greatest movies list
 •  Hawaiian Electric hosting energy meeting
 •  Brushfire in Waialua under control
 •  U.S. commander: No insurgents in Fallujah by August
 •  Fire extinguished on empty vessel near Keehi Lagoon

Local News
 •  60% less rain kindles fears of brushfires
 •  Car dealers' sales decline in Islands
 •  Iraq war makes a 'widow' of 22-year-old
 •  Hawaii one of 9 states up to par on special ed
 •  Kilauea magma choking forest Photo gallery
 •  Med school offers Wellness Center
 •  Blue Angels noise details
 •  Get Keiki IDs at library today
 •  Traffic accident victim, 90, dies
 •  Preserve sets 3 summer events
 •  Schulze wins YMCA award
 •  Bone marrow registry slated
 •  HECO seeks plant upgrades
 •  Halt sought to skatepark work
 •  Landfill options limited for now
 •  As an officer, Tsubota was rarity among nisei Video
 •  Web cams help prevent cheating
 •  Innovating in Upcountry Maui
 •  More students also working jobs
 •  $88,000 given for scholarships
 •  Innovating in Upcountry Maui
 •  Stars in Gilliom's eyes Photo gallery Video
 •  Man pulled from park waters dies
 •  Chewing betel nut is quite legal
 •  Obituaries

 •  Stephanie Kono eliminates No. 1 seed
 •  Kamana'o candidate for NCAA award
 •  Recent grads get jump with Movers
 •  USA Today Super 25 rankings
 •  Little bit of PR would go a long way for Wie
 •  Hawaii-Japan juniors to play
 •  Drug testing 'forward step'
 •  Holes in One
 •  Oregon State bounces UC Irvine, 7-1 Photo gallery
 •  Nine Hawaii teams in quarterfinals
 •  Hawaii surfers advance in Chile
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Theus was more than pretty face

Island Life
 •  Aqua Marine Photo gallery
 •  Black Grace's rise to fame chronicled Video
 •  Talk to obstetrician before trying fish oil supplements
 •  'Bali Hai' calling for Ables Sayre
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Take health claims on food with grain of salt
 •  How to diet without trying
 •  Oh Baby! abhors little girls who flaunt 'hoochie' look
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Ex-Beatle could be Island-bound on latest tour

 •  Hoku Scientific Inc. downsizing in Kapolei
 •  T.G.I. Friday's shuts down
 •  Glitch delays all flights by United
 •  Wal-Mart aims at 'unbanked'
 •  Tag it and bag it yourself in grocery aisles
 •  Many ways to get out of your debt
 •  Snack food makers getting message on health
 •  Starbucks, Ethiopia to push coffee
 •  RHS Lee fined $10,000 by EPA

 •  Studying transit route options a smart move
 •  Motorists beware: Rules just got tougher
 •  Mideast madness is a self-inflicted mess
 •  Proposed condos part of a necessary growth
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Black Grace's rise to fame chronicled Video
 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Lava scorches forest
 •  Warming up to the Na Hoku Awards
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Na Hoku Awards
 •  Bodysurfing at Point Panic
 •  North Carolina vs. Rice
 •  Oregon St. vs. UC Irvine