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Articles for June 30, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Millar, Sperling top winners at bodybuilding event
 •  Chang, Arceneaux play in Hamilton's CFL opener
 •  Golf: Fink, Merkle capture Westfield on Kaua'i
 •  Big Island's Wee No. 2 overall at Oregon triathlon
 •  Boxing: Holyfield tops Savarese in 10-round decision
 •  Yates saves game for Braves in 6-5 win over Marlins
 •  MLB: Pirates protest washes out
 •  Colleges: Vandy player wins Golden Spikes Award
 •  MLB: Bonds says security is up to league, Giants
 •  Golf: Pernice leads at Buick Open
 •  MLB: Top agent Boras wants nine-game World Series
 •  MLB: Struggling Geary sent down to Triple-A
 •  NBA: Magic to look to international players, Ewing
 •  Auto racing: Interim crew chiefs set for race
 •  MLB: Bonds' uncharted universe beyond No. 755
 •  Golf: Shin moves into lead at U.S. Women's Open
 •  NBA: Nets Carter opts out of contract, but may stay
 •  Sailing: Swiss boat takes 4-2 seriesin America's Cup
 •  Wimbledon: Sharapova beats the rain at Wimbledon
 •  Golf: Players brace for marathon weekend at U.S. Open
 •  NBA: Suit says Knick Thomas urged cheerleader to flirt
 •  MLB: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: All-Star baseball selection show
 •  On the air today: Baseball, golf, soccer, Wimbledon
 •  Superferry arrives to cheers at Honolulu Harbor
 •  Vehicle rams Glasgow airport in suspected terrorist attack
 •  Pop superstar Rain cancels Los Angeles concert
 •  Pregnant woman seriously hurt on ATV in Kahuku
 •  Rolfing: Time for Wie to take different direction
 •  Injured Wie faces uncertain future after withdrawal
 •  Man, 75, dies kayaking off Lanikai
 •  Kauai firefighters battle blaze in Wailua
 •  Brushfire scorches 600 acres on Big Island
 •  Brushfire reported near Pearl City Industrial Park
 •  Kaukonahua Road at Farrington reopened after brushfire doused
 •  Alaska crash: Soft soil led to Makakilo couple's deaths
 •  Tougher drunk-driving law takes effect Sunday
 •  Police seek help in search for missing Big Island girl
 •  Scholarship founded in honor of Capt. David Lyman
 •  Kilauea and Waialae Ave. intersection closed tonight
 •  Moderate economic growth expected on Kauai
 •  Opera benefit scheduled for tonight at Kahala Nui
 •  Overturned vehicle reported on H-1 east-bound near Aiea
 •  iPhone hopefuls on Maui resort to own crowd control
 •  Maui fire damaged more buildings before contained
 •  Fire-damaged Kula Forest Reserve to reopen Sunday
 •  Body found on Kauai beach was that of missing man
 •  Hilo Library to close two days for termite treatment
 •  Kauai County offices will be closed July 4
 •  Plenty of fireworks displays to choose from on Oahu
 •  Pacific islander filmmakers, projects sought for grants
 •  Mix of sun and light rain expected for next few days
 •  Big surf continues today along south-facing shores
 •  Kimberly Kim shoots 74 in second round, misses cut
 •  Cycling: German rider admits to doping
 •  It's not in script: Too many pro wrestlers dying young

Local News
 •  Big plans for Hawaii shrimp farms
 •  Hawaii governor's chief of staff resigns
 •  Governor loses loyal ally, valuable insider in Awana
 •  Slain tourist's organs donated to 4 Hawaii patients
 •  Maui brushfire totally contained
 •  iPhone mania hits Hawaii Photo gallery Video
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Dream job: Staff surfer for Hawaii
 •  Integrity of Hawaii bureau probe in question
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Fireworks extra risky this year, Honolulu fire chief says
POLICE
 •  Maui visitor's body being recovered from below Haleakala overlook
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Will court's ruling hurt Kamehameha?
MAUI
 •  Maui visitor's body being recovered from below Haleakala overlook
KAUA'I
 •  Utility questioned in seabird deaths
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Body found of man swept away
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Former University of Hawaii guard in coma
 •  Lojeski on Jazz summer squad
 •  Thunder puts Open on hold
GOLF
 •  Weather delay could help Wie's game
VOLLEYBALL
 •  Juniors chase national volleyball title
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Challenger New Zealand loses spinnaker and race Photo gallery
ISLE FILE
 •  Hawaii boxers lose in semifinals
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Friends of Library of Hawaii's book sale is 60 Video
 •  Join HawaiiMoms for chance to win spa trip
 •  Dog, dinosaurs star in kids film festival
 •  Enjoy free music and pay tribute to military
 •  Are you 'Red'-dy for 24-VII's latest show?
 •  Upcoming events will rev motorcycle lovers' engines
 •  Stuff your face it's for a good cause
TELEVISION
 •  Sunday Tube Notes
THEATER
 •  Sen. Inouye portrayed in off-Broadway show
FAITH
 •  Central Union finds pastor
 •  Pope to ease return of old Mass
 •  Religious leaders decry violence in religion's name
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
EXPRESSIONS OF FAITH
 •  True voice, joy found in perfect love
FAITH BRIEFS
 •  Chinowa Kuguri fest upcoming
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Rain demands a little respect
 •  48 Hour film teams to shoot in Honolulu
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

Business
 •  Hawaii's Superferry now taking bookings
 •  Walgreens tapping into local Hawaii products
 •  Honolulu sees first signs of lower gas prices
REAL ESTATE
 •  29 buy into Maui luxury condos
AGRICULTURE
 •  Farmers planting hopes on Congress
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Avoiding 'Made in China' labels is often difficult task
 •  Summer campers coming prepared
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  State receives $2.1M in grants

Opinion
 •  Organic seal on foods should be all or nothing
COMMENTARY
 •  Ginsberg fast finding powerful role in dissent
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
TELEVISION
 •  Sunday Tube Notes
THEATER
 •  Sen. Inouye portrayed in off-Broadway show
OTHER ENTERTAINMENT
 •  Rain demands a little respect
 •  TGI Saturday

Photo galleries
 •  Greg's pix
 •  Makapuu Gold Shrimp
 •  Apple iPhone goes on sale
 •  America's Cup