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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 4, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Wrong-way driver in Pearl City caught in stolen auto
 •  Waialua man still prime suspect in fatal hit-and-run
 •  Kaneohe assault suspect charged
 •  Witnesses sought in critical Kona bike crash
 •  Carlisle: Pearlridge shooting justified
 •  Louisiana man sentenced for smuggling cockfighting weapons
 •  Hit-and-run suspect released pending investigation
 •  Kapahulu baby snatching reported
 •  Maui voyaging crew covers 480 miles in 73 hours
 •  Maui County cleaning up Hana landfill
 •  Star-Bulletin outsources circulation call center
 •  State offering contractors discounts for online renewals
 •  Things to do around Oahu today
 •  Free storage offered for Oahu residents in need
 •  Big Island residents told not to wait for vog warnings
 •  4 repeaters among 13 Honolulu DUI arrests
 •  Some heavy showers expected this afternoon
 •  Hawaiian Affairs donates $150K for community center
 •  Sailor missing from Vietnam war identified
 •  Police revise Honolulu traffic fatality count
 •  Moanalua Freeway lane closures this week in Red Hill area
 •  Surf remains 3 feet or less around Islands
 •  Fields Corporation won't renew sponsorship for LPGA event
 •  Bills sign former UH receiver C.J. Hawthorne
 •  After viewing tape, Zorn finds fault in Colt Brennan's play
 •  China breaks Olympic promises on rights, media, pollution
 •  Rainbow Wahine soccer team picked to win WAC, sweeps preseason awards
 •  Favre earns right to behave like a diva, Packers donít
 •  Baseball: 2 Rays minor leaguers suspended 50 games for drugs
 •  CFB: More off-field troubles for Georgia Bulldogs
 •  NFL: Redskins rookie WR Kelly has knee scope, out 2 weeks
 •  NFL: Goodell says Vikings didnít tamper on Favre
 •  NFL: Vikings coach says team has not talked Favre trade
 •  Baseball: Aís Chavez to have season-ending shoulder surgery
 •  NFL: Titans loving post-Pacman secondary
 •  NFL: Dolphins tab McCown No. 1 on depth chart, for now
 •  Olympics: Journey starts for American/Russia's Hammon
 •  Olympics: Iraqi team arrives in Beijing
 •  Olympics: Rock stars here, Team USA not partying like them
 •  Olympics: Phelps gets into Beijing almost unnoticed
 •  NBA: Celtics Pierce cuffed, released after Vegas traffic stop
 •  NBA: Pistons sign free agent C Kwame Brown
 •  NBA: Point guard Arroyo signs with Israeli team
 •  NFL: Smith returns to Panthers after punching out Lucas
 •  NFL: Rodgers stumbles under spotlight during Packersí scrimmage
 •  NFL: Rodgers says he wonít back down with Favre in camp
 •  NFL: 49er S Goldson making strong bid for starting job
 •  NFL: 49er LB Willis sees room for improvement
 •  Baseball: Wood ready to come off DL
 •  NFL: Bills rookie LB Bowen to have knee surgery
 •  CBKB: Coach Pat Summitt gives $600K gift to Tennessee
 •  Track and field: Bolt's 100-meter record ratified by IAAF
 •  Olympics: U.S. dominant against Hammon, Russia
 •  Olympics: IOC monitoring Beijing pollution and heat
 •  Olympics: Protesters clash with police in Beijing
 •  Hoku to install photovoltaic system for Prudential Locations
 •  Oil prices plunge after storm threat eases
 •  Rising prices beat down consumer spending in June
 •  Stocks decline following inflation reading
 •  First Hawaiian Bank opens new branch on Guam
 •  Gas Company seeks approval for 8.4% rate hike
 •  Contract talks for 65,000 Verizon workers resume
 •  Jaycees accepting nominations for annual award
 •  Oahu median single-family home price slips to $620,000 in July
 •  Remodel it Right Expo draws 11,126 attendees
 •  Hawaiian Electric earnings tumble more than 70%
 •  Baby Loves Disco events planned for Aug. 16, Sept. 20
 •  Two churches to change Mass schedules
 •  'Dark Knightí grabs $43.8M more, nears $400M total
 •  Itís time to ban using lay gill nets in Islands
 •  Perseverance pays off for Parker McLachlin

Local News
 •  Police were told of damage to van in Hawaii hit-run case Video
 •  Hawaii's private schools feel pinch of economic downturn
 •  Hawaii fluorescent bulb sales fall
 •  Isle beaches cleaner than most
 •  Pollution a problem at beaches across U.S.
 •  New warning system for wildfires created
 •  5-year canoe journey finishes Photo gallery
 •  Restaurateur's funeral will be on Wednesday
 •  Senate standoff delays ship-cleaning standards bill
 •  The glitz and grit of Blackwater
 •  Fire forces 375 guests to evacuate hotel; no injuries reported
 •  Expect lane closures for Fort Weaver project
 •  Pipeline fundraiser will include comedy, music
 •  'Women's Day' event will include free exams
 •  At the library this month: feather lei, recipes, talks
 •  Brothers Cazimero give free concert on Saturday
 •  Kamehameha Highway lane closures this week
 •  Moanalua Freeway lane closures in Red Hill area
 •  On Maui, bricks help good causes
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Destroyer sinking was a bittersweet moment for some

 •  McLachlin secures first PGA Tour win Photo gallery Video
 •  Near-perfect debut for Colt
 •  Bruce Irons breaks through in surf
 •  Kobe scores 19, helps U.S. beat Russia, 89-68
 •  Warriors say camp is about team bonding
 •  Isles' latest champ draws on lesson from '07
 •  Singh snaps winless string
 •  Hose looks ahead to 'big fight'
 •  Favre will report to training camp today
 •  Victorino wins game
 •  Pearl City seniors suffer first loss
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Urban survivor
 •  Video 'exergames' get kids moving
 •  Eco-friendly wedding gown is in the bag
 •  'Heroes' aims for big comeback Sept. 22
 •  Stream cleanup
 •  Stream cleanup
 •  For the environment
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Moms of presidential candidates strong presence in campaigns

 •  Queen's to use more Hoana technology
 •  'Happy times' back with Schlitz
 •  Mideast buyers slow U.S. shopping spree
 •  Hawaii hotel occupancy shows sharp drop in June
 •  Car-crazy China a guzzler of world's oil
 •  Baskin-Robbins, local partner to expand business in China
 •  State to aid Sea Life Park's laid-off
 •  Fed likely to hold rates steady amid difficult economy

 •  Election bungling puts cloud over campaigns
 •  Laptop searches put privacy rights at risk
 •  Let leaders lead ó it's why they were elected
 •  Question speaks volumes about Bush & Co.
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Heroes' aims for big comeback Sept. 22
 •  TGI Monday