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Articles for June 26, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  MLB: Ripken and Gwynn: Bonds should be All-Star
 •  Parents' pressure largely to blame for Wie's failings
 •  Wie is in rough as phenom battles pain and resentment
 •  NBA: Lakers' Brown to undergo shoulder surgery
 •  Charlene 'Cha' Thompson joins HTA board of directors
 •  City accepting art production grant proposals
 •  Meridias Capital names 2 to Hawaii management team
 •  NBA: James to play for U.S. team this summer
 •  Deal closes on sale of Makena Resort for $575 million
 •  Preps: Coaches put up fight over text messaging limits
 •  Punahou's Ching tied for 13th at AJGA event
 •  Convention Center hires Chicago-based marketing staff
 •  NBA: Durant can't lift his weight, but can carry a team
 •  MLB: Tejada likely out into August with fractured wrist
 •  MLB: Bonds will donate artifact to Hall from 756th HR
 •  Kids' book-signing, bone-marrow drive tomorrow
 •  Arc of Hilo gets $993,000 grant
 •  Panya's musical, ono fundraiser for Shriners tomorrow
 •  Top popsters The Shins to play Pipeline Cafe July 23
 •  Band Pimpbot holds Summer Shakedown Saturday
 •  SummerTheatre students present 'Transformations'
 •  Niketown 5K run date set: Sept. 23
 •  Jason Heller takes top honors at sommelier regionals
 •  Business highlights: Dow Jones, Oracle, Philip Morris
 •  Golf: Sorenstam faces her stiffest challenge
 •  NFL: Congress may get involved in disability dispute
 •  NBA: Draft could be one of the deepest ever
 •  Los Lonely Boys coming to Hawaii
 •  Vintage surf auction goes on the block July 20-21
 •  Holasek named president of local tech firm NovaSol
 •  Preps: Former Olympic coach to lead wrestling clinic
 •  Mainland firm to buy Honolulu-based Smith Maritime
 •  NBA: Lakers, Timberwolves reportedly talking trade
 •  Art After Dark lineup for Friday announced
 •  College coaches to lead Hilo baseball clinic
 •  OHA grants $80,000 to Hawaiian newspaper project
 •  Lei contest aids Kauai Healing Garden
 •  Wimbledon: Williams avoids upset, Mauresmo wins
 •  NBA: Yi is next Chinese prospect in draft
 •  NCAA Summer hoops start Thursday at Manoa gym
 •  UH to begin calling new football ticket depositors
 •  Golf: There's a new girl in town at U.S. Open; she's 12
 •  NBA: Rating the point guards in the draft
 •  NBA: Mock draft has Oden, Durant, Horford going 1-2-3
 •  NBA: Analyzing shooting guards for draft
 •  MLB: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  MLB: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, NBA draft preview
 •  On the air today: ESPY show, Wimbledon
 •  Football: Chang earns backup role in CFL
 •  New Hawaii DUI law takes effect Sunday
 •  5 injured, none critically, in head-on collision
 •  DOE offering free summer meals to children at 12 sites
 •  Two cars, safe stolen in Waipahu home burglary
 •  Tanoue will command Maui police Kihei division
 •  Wie feeling old as new wave of teens hits U.S. Women
 •  Honolulu soldier dies in Iraq of noncombat injuries
 •  62-year-old Kalihi man indicted on murder charge
 •  Group calls for more testing at Turtle Bay expansion site
 •  Search suspended for swimmer off Kauai's north shore
 •  Waimanalo Gulch landfill scale may be fixed today
 •  Big Island woman arrested after domestic shooting
 •  Wally Aina named Damien athletic director
 •  Water drops planned on Kilauea; some roads still shut
 •  Former HMSA exec takes top post at Damien school
 •  Retired airlines exec, Hawaii tourism advocate dies
 •  Police catch purse-snatching suspect in Mapunapuna
 •  Petty officer from Hawaii gets 8 years for beating
 •  Paris Hilton summons hair salon on welcome home
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Skaters hold 'Banzai protest' on North Shore tonight
 •  Liquor sold to underage decoys in Maui police sting
 •  Interisland carriers offer $19 one-way Internet fares
 •  Apple, AT&T unveil iPhone service plans
 •  Troubled times for Wie on eve of U.S. Open
 •  Pro wrestler strangled wife, suffocated son, hanged self
 •  Maui man allegedly strikes sister's boyfriend with bat
 •  Inouye, Akaka vote for labor-union bill, but it stalls
 •  Silent march today for Kalihi murder victim canceled
 •  Today's events: ArtLunch lecture, aquarium concert
 •  Grant to help homeless vets in Hawaii awarded
 •  Big Island police ask for help in brushfire cases
 •  Best surf remains along east shores
 •  DUI arrests up 13 percent on Big Island
 •  Hawai'i's Inouye, Akaka back revival of immigration bill
 •  Man, 30, critical after single-car crash in Waianae
 •  Maui CC student wins national humanitarian award
 •  Public meeting on Kauai for bike path
 •  Exhibit features art by city employees, kin
 •  Hoku Scientific shares hit 52-week high of $12.08
 •  Sailing: Kiwis beat Swiss in America's Cup thriller
 •  Maui students compete in auto skills competition
 •  Hawaiian Dredging lands $11.6M Pearl Harbor contract
 •  Golf: Early tee times for Wie, Kim in U.S. Women's Open
 •  Horizon Lines closes deal to acquire Hawaii Stevedores
 •  Beach project tackles Ala Moana
 •  Flooding reported in Ala Moana condo tower basement
 •  Florida man bit by alligator while retrieving golf ball
 •  Strong trade winds continue to blow
 •  Stocks end erratic day down ahead of Fed meeting
 •  Golf: Kaneohe's Wilson has $884,641 in earnings so far

Local News
 •  Hawaii boy tried to save drowning sister
 •  Hawaii gas prices likely will drop on Sunday
 •  Hawaii pedestrian safety bill faces veto
 •  Hawaii families worth $1.25 billion to elderly
 •  Arizona prison will house Hawaii inmates
 •  Hawaii vets honor Korean War fallen Photo gallery Video
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  WCC telescope gets stellar hat Photo gallery
 •  Turning Point joining CFS
 •  $20M approved for sewer lines
 •  Bielmann wins photo honor
 •  Dance lessons begin on July 2
 •  5-acre brushfire threatens home
 •  Food, fun and more at Sunset
 •  Meeting tonight about bike path
 •  Garage sale to benefit animals
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Hawaii Gov. Lingle will speak with aide
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Scale at dump still not fixed; boss fired
FIRE
 •  Arson suspected in Waikiki saloon fire Video
OBITUARIES
 •  Hawaii philanthropist Paul Loo dies at 75
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Can Wie ride out 'perfect storm'? Photo gallery
 •  Wallace applies for N.M. State job
 •  Hilo's Penn weighing his options
ISLE FILE
 •  Brennan on Maxwell watch list
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Above all, her image in disrepair

Island Life
 •  Hawaii's homeless women get health aid Photo gallery Video
 •  Past 10 years short on classics
 •  Remembering Iz
 •  Hannemann stars with celebrities
PARENTING
 •  Mom's worrying stifles son's needs
LYNDA ARAKAWA
 •  Bare-faced stars are human, too
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Teens victimized on phone chat lines
 •  Pregnant belly is off-limits to strangers
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  From N.Y. to Isles to a tour, Vida on the move

Business
 •  New tenants at Hawaii Safeway at Kapahulu
 •  Hawaii spa offers prenatal care
 •  Hawaii's Aloha Air losses now $24.3 million
 •  New York joins Hawaii in China tourism deal
AIRLINES
 •  Mesa Air suit against Aloha pilot dismissed
TECHNOLOGY
 •  How to sell digital photos
INTERNET
 •  Camera may revolutionize at-home testing
 •  eBay rival for sale on eBay
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Walgreens' 3rd-quarter profits up almost 20%
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Tina Shelton leaving KHON

Opinion
 •  Arizona prison offers no long-term solutions for Hawaii's prisoners
 •  Guantanamo Bay closure long overdue
COMMENTARY
 •  Quality early education critical to success
 •  Credit Iraq war, not 'Sicko,' for health shift
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Michelle Wie before U.S. Open
 •  Lanihuli Observatory
 •  Korean War memorial commemoration
 •  Greg's pix
 •  Care-A-Van program
 •  Michelle Wie