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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 5, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Police seeking Kunia shooting suspect
 •  Woman injured in ATV accident at Kaena Point
 •  Maui wildfire in Kula contained
 •  8 men rob Kakaako massage parlor
 •  Ewa Beach murder suspect indicted
 •  10 Honolulu motorists charged with DUI
 •  Cigarette started Waikiki high-rise unit fire
 •  1991 theft suspect extradited to Hawaii
 •  State says teachers union is making excuses
 •  People living under Kailua bridge are removed
 •  Sheraton Waikiki to proceed with beach-restoration plan
 •  Police raid suspected Waikele drug house
 •  Hawaii elections chief says ballots accurate
 •  Hawaii-bound jet evacuated via chutes after emergency landing today at LAX
 •  Big Island police seeking bicycle crash witnesses
 •  Kahului man sentenced in record Maui drug bust
 •  Inouye helping to campaign for embattled Stevens
 •  City Department of Customer Services names director
 •  Big Island official’s daughter cleared of ID theft charges
 •  Investigators seek cause of Big Island home fire
 •  Times ‘challenging’ for Maui hotel industry
 •  Big Isle advisory group to be briefed on highway projects
 •  Wrong-way driver in Pearl City caught in stolen auto
 •  Man arrested for setting off explosives at golf course
 •  Kaneohe assault suspect charged
 •  Surf: Conditions picking up along east-facing shores
 •  Weather: Sunny with occasional showers today
 •  Maui County cleaning up Hana landfill
 •  Maui voyaging crew covers 480 miles in 73 hours
 •  Warriors get commitment from top California receiver
 •  Hype aside, Colt Brennan has a long way to go, coaches contend
 •  Chaminade opens with North Carolina in Maui Invitational
 •  Favre leaves Lambeau, maybe Packers
 •  Favre’s role still in doubt, practice unlikely
 •  U.S. men's basketball team ready for Olympics
 •  NFL: Broncos Brandon Marshall gets 3-game suspension
 •  Baseball: Arizona’s Haren gets 4-year, $44.75M deal
 •  CFB: Nevada friends vie for starting QB job
 •  Olympics: Press freedom a concern following beating of journalists
 •  Olympics: Leslie leads U.S. to Diamond Ball title
 •  Olympics: China taps US team to help with stadium turf
 •  NFL: Browns’ Baxter has knee surgery
 •  CFB: Notre Dame QB Clausen face alcohol-use investigation
 •  CFB: Georgia, Florida share SEC's top billing
 •  Olympics: Village life full of leisure
 •  Olympics: U.S. men survive toughest test, beat Aussies by 11
 •  CFB: 2 Miami players leave practice with dehydration
 •  CFB: Kentucky QB dismissed from team
 •  Olympics: IOC medical chief suspects systematic doping
 •  CFB: Gators begin fall practice with holes
 •  Baseball: Yankees reportedly place employees on leave
 •  Olympics: Security tightens in Xinjiang following attack
 •  Olympics: Torch finishes China earthquake zone tour
 •  Olympics: IOC official says pollution should pose no risks
 •  Olympics: Judge shuts down bogus Web site offering tickets
 •  Private jet service to begin flights to Hawaii
 •  Honolulu-based Phase 2 opens Spokane office
 •  Luxe Worldwide to represent Hotel Renew in Waikiki
 •  Zippy's to open restaurant in Kahului
 •  Hawaiian Airlines tops in on-time performance in June
 •  Damien church fundraiser set for Aug. 16
 •  OHA grants Kaumakapili $500,000 for service building repairs
 •  Christians in Real Estate luncheon event set for Aug. 28
 •  Candy-hued Doodlebops to rock at Blaisdell
 •  Beach data must drive clean-water vigilance

Local News
 •  Hawaii anti-rail ballot petition refused by city clerk's office Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii median home sale prices drop 3.1 percent on Oahu
 •  Hawaii hit-run suspect released Video
 •  Gaff smuggler gets 2 months
 •  'This will maybe help save our lives' Photo gallery
 •  Ruling: Shooting of suspect justified
 •  Superferry passenger load up 40%
 •  2 towns to host anti-crime events
 •  Down-rated project dismays Wahiawa
 •  Choir will audition keiki on Aug. 16 and Aug. 23
 •  Whale foundation's sand sculpture event is Aug. 16
 •  Kamehameha Highway lane closures this week
 •  Bacteria in local waters subject of Thursday talk
 •  Library will exhibit art by 9 North Shore artists
 •  City official will explain Kailua recycling program
 •  Kids' program to focus on stretching, dancing
 •  $150,000 OHA grant will go for community center
 •  Technology's role big in museum renovation Photo gallery
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  The dance of tutu and politicians

 •  Era of change has arrived Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii linemen will have QB's back Photo gallery Video
 •  High school season kicks off Aug. 15
 •  U.S. women rout Russians, 93-58
 •  Maka to stay on team as student manager Photo gallery Video
 •  High school season kicks off Aug. 15
 •  Hawaii to lose LPGA Fields Open
 •  McLachlin says he'll tee it up in PGA Championship
 •  Goodell: Vikings did not tamper
 •  Brewers lose game, temper at Cincy, 6-3
 •  Off-field trouble tarnishes Georgia
 •  Pearl City captures Seniors West regional
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Time has arrived for Funaki

Island Life
 •  Revenge of the Summer comedy!
 •  Spruce up yard, and your body too
 •  Back on the table for a new generation of operations
 •  Accepting the good, bad, ugly
 •  Spruce up yard, and your body too
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Finance-related stress can be pitfall or opportunity
 •  2008 Olympics launch features Isle tie

 •  Gas Co. requests 8.4% rate increase
 •  Consumer spending slashed by surging gas, food prices
 •  Solidifying tourism's commitment to the culture Audio
 •  HEI earnings fall 70% due to one-time charge
 •  Home sales and median sale prices In Oahu neighborhoods for July 2008
 •  Blockbuster to test DVD rental kiosks
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  Staying warm, cozy on JetBlue will cost you $7
 •  Decline in U.S. oil fields drives up prices
 •  Oil prices dive to new low as storm threat lifts
 •  Court OKs remote video storage
 •  Prudential hires Hoku for system
 •  Obama's energy plan a reversal on earlier positions
 •  Trade Winds

 •  It's time to ban using lay gill nets in Islands
 •  Perseverance pays off for Parker McLachlin
 •  Do Professor Obama's tests give any clues?
 •  Time for Hawaii to become telework leader
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday