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Articles for August 19, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Judge says city liable for 297 violations of Clean Water Act
 •  Suspect denies Iolani Palace assault
 •  Palolo man facing threatening, gun charges
 •  H-1 road rage suspect charged
 •  Ex-bus driver wants to nullify plea deal for manslaughter
 •  AG lauds ‘unconditional commitment’ from Correa amid palace flap
 •  13 fire recruits graduated on Maui
 •  Parties fear confusion with revised primary ballots
 •  Hawaii is second-thinnest state in nation
 •  Maui Dems revved up for next week’s convention
 •  Maui Advisory Council to be briefed on Charter Schools
 •  KSSK to share children's miracle stories
 •  Kahului Zippy's opening a boon for area vendors
 •  $8 million upgrade slated for Hawaii disaster warning system
 •  Surf: Occasional 5-footers likely along south shore
 •  When Crocs go bad: Recycle them on Maui
 •  New Kailua, Kona police mini-station ready to open
 •  Late-night fire damages car, home in Kailua, Kona
 •  Weather: A few more showers than usual likely today
 •  Things to do today, tonight on Oahu
 •  Motorcycle crash reported in Nanakuli
 •  Traffic crash reported at Waialae and Ninth avenues
 •  Crash slowing traffic near Pearl City Sam's Club
 •  Crash reported on H-1 west at Pearl City off-ramp
 •  Overturned car reported on Kahekili Highway in Kaneohe
 •  Parties fear confusion with revised primary ballots
 •  Berg helps U.S. rally by Italy, move into volleyball semis
 •  Boxer disqualified for biting Olympic opponent
 •  Waipio to play Washington team in Little League World Series
 •  Yastrzemski undergoes heart bypass surgery in Boston
 •  UH women's volleyball team ranked No. 12
 •  US gymnast Shawn Johnson gets her gold
 •  Maddux back in LA, in pennant race
 •  Red Sox pitcher Beckett has hand numbness
 •  Mets closer Billy Wagner out indefinitely with bad elbow
 •  Seahawks’ Hasselbeck has back tighten up again
 •  Raiders’ CB Hall has ligament damage in hand
 •  China’s Li wins parallel bars gold
 •  US gymnast Liukin done in by judge from Down Under
 •  Liukin baffled by complex tiebreaker that transforms gold into silver
 •  American whiz kid Cejudo wins Olympic gold
 •  May-Treanor, Walsh are set for gold medal match with win over Brazil
 •  Ramzi wins 1,500 for Bahrain's first track gold
 •  Silnov wins high jump gold for Russia
 •  Nigeria beats Belgium 4-1 to reach Olympic soccer final
 •  U.S. beats Taiwan in Olympic baseball
 •  Kanter wins discus throw for Estonia
 •  Dawn Harper wins hurdles gold medal
 •  Van Grunsven wins gold again in Olympic dressage
 •  China continues golden roll at Olympic pool
 •  Ohuruogu wins Olympic 400-meters gold medal
 •  Fowles, U.S. beat South Korea in women's basketball
 •  Villa leads U.S. to gold medal game in water polo
 •  China assured of first beach volleyball medal
 •  China's Lu wins men's trampoline
 •  Batirov repeats as wrestling gold medalist
 •  Matthias Steiner wins heavy gold for Germany
 •  Falcons release veteran receiver Horn
 •  BEIJING BEAT: 9 sports, 1 day, an Olympic feat
 •  Cuba, Brazil, China advance in women's volleyball
 •  Craft gets UCLA QB starting job
 •  Agent says Bengals close to signing WR Chris Henry
 •  USC QB Mark Sanchez hopes to play in opener
 •  Olympic TV schedule: Tuesday's events
 •  Olympic TV schedule: Wednesday's events
 •  Olympic TV schedule: Thursday''s events
 •  S&P downgrades Hawaiian Telcom credit rating
 •  Aqua Coconut Waikiki converted into a Best Western
 •  Stocks fall off sharply for second straight day
 •  Stocks fall on inflation data, financial worries
 •  Cathedral music director to give free organ recital Aug. 27
 •  'Faithful Citizenship' workshop slated for Sept. 20
 •  'Dirty Laundry' to be displayed in Chinatown
 •  DJ Roxycottontail returns for Aug. 30 charity event
 •  Cherry Blossom Cabaret to offer workshop
 •  School calendar should match needs of students

Local News
 •  Hawaii public housing authority seeks solutions on Mainland
 •  Losses at Hawaii airline go! hit $7.4M
 •  Hawaii officials will discuss Iolani Palace break-in at meeting today Video Audio
 •  Big Isle vote could lessen marijuana enforcement
 •  For drivers, too, it's back to school Video
 •  Man guilty in N. Shore killing Video
 •  City clerk must attend to anti-rail petition
 •  Chief brings can-do spirit to agency
 •  McCain: Obama a risk to U.S. gains in Iraq
 •  Voting machine vendor protests contract ruling
 •  Hawaii Public Radio to cover election
 •  Free parking stalls dwindle at Ala Wai
 •  Some college presidents support lower drinking age
 •  Mokapu Boulevard lane resurfacing is this week
 •  Kamehameha Highway lanes closing for repairs
 •  Japanese Cultural Society to hold annual cleanup
 •  Elementary school will hold recycling fundraiser
 •  Dead turtle probably lost head, flippers to sharks
 •  Damage from Sunday fire estimated at $30,000
 •  County will seek public's input on budget priorities
 •  Abercrombie sponsoring college loan workshops
 •  Birth rate continues to drop in Islands
 •  Community calendar
 •  Restaurant owner admits sex assault
 •  Obituaries
 •  There's nothing like homemade

 •  Hawaii O-line playing musical chairs in camp Photo gallery
 •  Family of UH receiver finally arrives Photo gallery
 •  Waipi'o tops Rapid City, 6-4 Photo gallery Video
 •  U.S. stays perfect in men's volleyball Photo gallery
 •  Redeem Team cruises Photo gallery
 •  U.S. will get its shot at revenge vs. Brazil Photo gallery
 •  Monday's results
 •  Olympics all day
 •  First Wahine clinic tonight Photo gallery
 •  UH pay-per-view revenue 15 percent ahead of last year
 •  Ito named athletic director at MPI
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  This week's football schedule
 •  Maui's Barger rules surf at Junior Pro event
 •  Sabathia improves to 8-0 with Brewers
 •  Waipi'o hungry for victories, ono grinds
 •  Orton will start at QB for Bears
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Zorn not telling us like it is

Island Life
 •  Mad for mai tai
 •  Some parents need etiquette tips for kids' parties
 •  Family always comes first
 •  Tanaka of Tokyo is creating a buzz
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Isle-style wedding in L.A. for Daniel Ho

 •  HMSA posts another loss, but Kaiser profits
 •  Ex-HawTel chief to head Internet service company
 •  Building up Easter Seals, community and loving it Audio
 •  JAL seeks about a 10% fare increase, citing higher costs
 •  Domestic automakers slip in poll of U.S. buyers
 •  Some savers cry foul over government's bailouts
 •  Bailout fears sink Fannie, Freddie
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Morrison re-elected as PECC chair
 •  1999 Vioxx study was marketing tool, report says
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Palace and public safety must be preserved
 •  For China's elderly, the future looks grim
 •  As U.S. pays bills, Iraq collects profits
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday