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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 2, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Police: Man kills wife, son, then self
 •  Kaimuki stabbing suspect arrested
 •  Kaneohe man arrested in drug, gun raid
 •  2 Puna men suspected of ag crop theft
 •  Man arrested for alleged Kalihi knife attacks
 •  Flags ordered at half-staff for Leong, Baptiste
 •  Governor signs journalist shield law
 •  Sewer work this month may impact traffic
 •  Akaka urges seniors, veterans to file for stimulus checks
 •  Big Island police promote 9 to lieutenant
 •  Hirono due to return tomorrow from tour of Iraq
 •  Maui committee takes on rental, bed-and-breakfast controversy
 •  Maui man gets 30-day jail term in officer assault case
 •  Most Hawaii residents aware of the switch to digital TV
 •  Weather: Trades are back to keep things cool
 •  Police expect larger crowd for Ala Moana fireworks show
 •  Three H-1 east lanes to be closed tonight in 'Aiea
 •  State robotics exhibition today at Capitol
 •  Akaka urging seniors, vets to file for stimulus checks
 •  Surf: 3 to 5 feet expected along south shores today
 •  Scientists to study whales during RIMPAC military exercises
 •  High temperature record for July 1 set in Hilo
 •  SuperSonics, Seattle reach last-minute settlement
 •  Favreís response to comeback report: `Itís all rumorí
 •  Natasha Kai has assist in USA's 4-0 win over Norway
 •  If Packers allow Favre back, team should trade Rodgers
 •  ESPN: Favre considers return to football
 •  Tennis: Federer, Safin reach Wimbledon semis
 •  Ex-'Iolani swimmer Sun finishes 6th in semifinal heat
 •  NFL: Bears, 2nd-round pick RB agree to 4-year deal
 •  Swimming: Phelps halfway to Olympic program with another win
 •  Baseball: Pirates closer Capps out for 2 months
 •  NBA: Nets sign first-round draft picks Lopez, Anderson
 •  Olympics: Double-amputee 4th, still needs qualifying time
 •  Yao Ming raffling trip to Olympics for charity
 •  NFL: Vikings to pay ailing DE Udeze through 2009
 •  Williams sisters carry the flag for U.S. womenís tennis
 •  NBA: Beasley catches elbow, leaves 1st Heat practice
 •  NFL: Chargersí Foley settles with police officer
 •  CBB: Georgia gives coach new 5-year contract
 •  Tennis: Rain disrupts men's quarterfinals at Wimbledon
 •  NBA: Baron Davis, Clippers agree on contract
 •  NBA: Sonics starting point guard breaks thumb
 •  Olympics: USOC board votes to keep Ueberroth on
 •  Olympics: Hamm could resume gymnastics this week
 •  Olympics: Fireworks, acrobats to highlight opening
 •  Tennis: Federer, Nadal expected to breeze to final
 •  Swimming: Hoff claims another Olympic race with 200 free win
 •  CBKB: Indiana cuts scholarships
 •  College: Vols Fulmer, Pearl get new lucrative deals
 •  NBA: Celticsí Perkins, rookie Walker undergo surgery
 •  Hockey: íCanes sign Melichar, give Pitkanen $12M contract
 •  Rowing: American crews have good start at Henley
 •  Baseball: Bonds' 756th homer ball lands in Hall, finally
 •  Tennis: Milestone match at Wimbledon for China
 •  Soccer: Spain tops FIFA rankings; U.S. drops to 30th
 •  Baseball: Another setback for Dodgers Furcal
 •  Baseball: A-Rod to skip Home Run Derby at Yankee Stadium
 •  Poker: World Series main event starts Thursday
 •  Camps: Olympian Takata to hold seminar July 13
 •  Camps: Punahou will hold clinic July 26
 •  Camps: UH to hold summer football sessions
 •  Litke: NBA referees will report to new commander-in-chief
 •  Golf: European Tour's new drug policy goes into effect
 •  On the air Wednesday: Baseball, Wimbledon
 •  High fuel prices particularly hard on Hawaii, Puerto Rico, report says
 •  Stocks drop after new record for oil prices
 •  Stocks trade mixed after rise in factory orders
 •  Asian Development Bank official to address DBEDT forum
 •  Hawaii among states signing onto MoneyGram settlement
 •  S&P raises outlook on Kuakini Health bonds
 •  Hoku schedules conference call on financials
 •  Artist Leland Miyano discusses work Saturday
 •  Camera Obscura party Saturday at Next Door
 •  Things to do today: Comics, cribbage
 •  'Wheel of Fortune' to tape on Big Island
 •  Public ill-served with endless drug test fight
 •  Energy crisis demands action by state leaders

Local News
 •  Honolulu fireworks ready for Fourth
 •  Honolulu home prices fall 8.8% in year
 •  Hawaii's Damien advancing toward sainthood
 •  USS Kitty Hawk docks at Pearl Photo gallery
 •  Standoff ends without shots Photo gallery Video
 •  NTSB releases early report on tour plane Video
 •  Little Leaguers set on raising money for generator, mower
 •  IHS marks 30 years of helping homeless
ELECTION
 •  Vote preparations resume
 •  Nader outlines issues prior to rally at UH
 •  Obama backs Bush's faith-based initiative
 •  McCain in Colombia to boost free trade
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Rail critic intends to challenge for mayor Video
EDUCATION
 •  Governor wants drug tests 'done now'
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  County rubbish pick-up crews are starting earlier
 •  Racquet club will host a men's doubles tourney
 •  Training offered to help you start small business
 •  Fourth of July free event will include rides, mayor
 •  Kobayashi Inc. hired for UH-West Oahu project
 •  'Sing Along with Uncle Wayne' at library today
 •  'Olelo offering classes on television production
 •  Volunteers can help clean Komo Mai Drive
OTHER NEWS
 •  Community calendar
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Kauai council to select mayor
 •  Obituaries
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Campaign finance law may hold up after all

Sports
 •  Record $29.6M budget for UH
 •  Focusing beyond playing field Photo gallery
 •  Teacher steered Clay on right track
 •  Advertiser accepts UH apology, drops lawsuit
BASEBALL
 •  Victorino propels Phils past Braves
TENNIS
 •  Venus continues her romp in Wimbledon Photo gallery
HOMEGROWN REPORT
 •  Oregon's Unger now a center of attention
 •  Ogoshi continues volleyball at Hofstra as assistant coach
ISLE FILE
 •  Ishii qualifies for U.S. Senior Open
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  UH needs more than BCS success

Island Life
 •  Will Smith movie star
 •  'Hancock,' like its hero, falls off a cliff
THEATER
 •  'Rocky Horror' is back, still great fun
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  VIP tix on sale for musical show
TASTE
 •  Grilling 101: basics, secrets
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Step away from traditional grilling dishes
RECIPES
 •  Step away from traditional grilling dishes
RAISE A GLASS
 •  Find your best wine with tips from pro
RECIPE DOCTOR
 •  Lightened-up salad also a dessert sparkler
QUICK BITES
 •  Popular CPK dish returns to menu
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
MOMS
 •  Study: Newborns need more pain relief
WANDA A. ADAMS
 •  Perfecting a no-bake protein bar

Business
 •  Bankruptcy filings up 46% over year earlier
 •  Starbucks closing 600 U.S. stores
 •  Inouye urges disgruntled unions to 'hold off for a while' on strikes
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Solar tech to be tested in Kona
 •  Matson, ship workers reach tentative 5-year agreement
 •  MacFarms will sell assets to Buderim
 •  China's fireworks industry faces a crisis
 •  Retailers fearful of dock lockout
 •  Ex-NYSE chief wins yet again
 •  Home sales and median sale prices In Oahu Neighborhoods for June 2008
 •  Wal-Mart must pay $6.5M for violating labor laws
 •  Almost all automakers post miserable June sales figures
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Analyst downgrades Tesoro shares
 •  Crude oil prices up again; another spike expected
 •  Coming events

Opinion
 •  Galbraith Estate land worth saving for agriculture
COMMENTARY
 •  What has happened to American civility?
 •  A beautiful swing, a compromised future
DAVID SHAPIRO
 •  No high road so far in debate over rail
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Campaign finance law may hold up after all
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
THEATER
 •  'Rocky Horror' is back, still great fun
 •  TGI Wednesday