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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 8, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Lingle vetoes 41 bills; legislators to override 13 in special session
 •  One Waipio drug raid suspect charged
 •  150 in silent march for Mililani mom, son
 •  New Lahaina shopping center unveils hula statue
 •  Papahanaumokuakea monument may get more recognition
 •  Guam school needs $20M in repairs
 •  Man, 19, under investigation for Piikoi burglary
 •  Suspect, 13, arrested in Waianae sex assault
 •  Hawaiian Volcano Observatory tracking Kilauea lava flow
 •  General says Iraqi security forces still need help
 •  Hawaii man sentenced for failing to pay child support in California
 •  Silent march today for Mililani mother-son murder victims
 •  Fund being set up for Mililani murder victims
 •  HPD awards to be presented tomorrow
 •  Oahu inspector checking Maui gas pumps for accuracy
 •  Maui clinic nearing goal of opening new care facility
 •  Brushfire reported on Kaahele in Royal Summit
 •  Universal healthcare backers organizing here
 •  Two minor quakes rattle the Big Island
 •  HECO work on Likelike begins
 •  Oil prices drop $6 a barrel
 •  Car crash reported on Farrington Hwy in Waipahu
 •  $700,000 to go to Hilo Hawaiian learning center
 •  Surf: East-facing shores continung at 2-4 feet today
 •  Weather: Warm, humid and sticky again today
 •  A&B donates $25,000 to Maui seniors program
 •  Accused online sex offender in court Wednesday
 •  Three-flipper turtle from Maui doing just fine
 •  $6M released for Hawaii community health centers
 •  Hawaii law to permit sales of only fire-safe cigarettes
 •  Holiday fireworks: 8 cited, 1 arrested, 38 fires on Oahu
 •  Maili man critically injured in fight
 •  School Street fire was overcooked food
 •  Rainbow Wahine volleyball recruiting class ranked 16th
 •  Hawaii Cup soccer tournament starts on Maui
 •  World Series of Poker’s main event Day 5
 •  NBA: Bucks sign No. 1 pick Joe Alexander
 •  Olympics: NBC sets blanket TV schedule
 •  MLB: A-Rod loses $200,000 in All-Star bonuses
 •  MLB: Cubs land pitcher Harden from A's
 •  NBA: AP Source: 76ers send Carney, top pick to ’Wolves
 •  Column: More fun with the Rods, both A and C
 •  NBA: Knicks sign first-round pick Gallinari
 •  NBA: Memphis signs first-round choices Mayo, Arthur
 •  MLB: Ortiz reports no pain after BP stint
 •  NBA: Beasley struggles in second summer league game
 •  NBA: Kings sign first-round pick Thompson
 •  Tennis: Dancevic ruins Dent’s return
 •  NBA: Raptors sign guard Adams to 2-year deal
 •  MLB: Braves sign veteran right-hander Tavarez
 •  MLB: A's reach deal with top pick Jemile Weeks
 •  Anchorage gets basketball team
 •  Tennis: Rezai and Wickmayer lose
 •  Autos: Truex fined 150 points for failing inspection
 •  Tennis: Calleri advances at Mercedes Cup
 •  MLB: Tigers’ Willis has knee tendinitis
 •  Olympics: Putin to keep key role in Sochi Games
 •  NFL: Second man held in Walker beating in Las Vegas
 •  Tennis: Meffert gets first win of year
 •  NBA: Bobcats sign first-round picks
 •  Horse of Year Curlin to make turf debut in N.Y.
 •  Tennis: Safin rebounds at Swedish Open
 •  NFL: Vick files for bankruptcy protection
 •  Cycling: Schumacher wins Tour time trial, grabs lead
 •  NFL: Pa. police chief hired for security job
 •  Tennis: U.S. Open ups total prize money, champions' pay
 •  Soccer: Women's league reveals allocation plans
 •  NBA: Bobcats’ Morrison mending from knee injury
 •  Olympics: Organizers reverse ban, will allow live city broadcasts
 •  On the air Tuesday: Baseball, Tour de France
 •  On the air Wednesday: Baseball, Tour de France
 •  Interisland carrier go! reports higher traffic
 •  'High School Reunion' filming on Kauai
 •  Fireman's Fund offers 'green' policy in Hawaii
 •  Hawaiçi floriculture, nursery product sales hit record
 •  Hawaiian Airlines says June passenger counts rose
 •  State issues order against Texas firm in fraud case
 •  Honolulu's Hospitality Advisors ranked nationally
 •  Comedian Chris Rock to perform in Honolulu
 •  'Waikiki Nei' production postponed
 •  Fashion show and art sale benefits La Pietra
 •  Local designers meet for 'Pecha Kucha' Friday night
 •  Philippine UCC bishop in Honolulu today
 •  ‘Spamalot’ at Wynn Las Vegas to close
 •  G-8 must lead the way on global warming
 •  Worth a look: Stricter rules for tattoo shops

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 •  Persevering pioneer gets due
 •  China still has plenty left to do
 •  Wie receives exemption to Canadian Women's Open
 •  Kuroda 1-hits Braves in Dodgers' 3-0 victory
 •  Hunter goes deep twice in Angels' win
 •  Federer-Nadal as good as it gets
 •  West Oahu wins 16s baseball title
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Hawaii's park icon mourned

Island Life
 •  8/08/08 is a lucky day for a wedding
 •  Coral may become fashion faux pas
 •  Keep your kids on the move this summer
 •  Grandma's ink not just for decoration
 •  Peter Lung can help
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  More youths feel pain of adult sports injuries
 •  Double your kids, double your skills

 •  Home sales fall, prices mixed on Neighbor Isles
 •  Hawaii auto-loan delinquencies drop sharply, to 0.6% in 1st quarter
 •  For on-time flights, Hawaiian lands top honors once again
 •  More 'choice seats' on US Airways
 •  Aloha sets us apart in global tourism arena Audio
 •  Oil prices ease, but it's not expected to become a trend
 •  At least $10 billion needed for GM to turn itself around
 •  InBev's bid for Anheuser-Busch turning hostile
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Former Pride of Aloha now Norwegian Sky, with casino
 •  Shindo to address expo luncheon
 •  Microsoft backs effort to oust Yahoo's board

 •  4-day week could cut state's energy, gas bills
 •  Damien: a sainted life, an example to emulate
 •  Two speeches, two truths about America
 •  Isles need energy-reducing leadership now
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Coral may become fashion faux pas
 •  Grandma's ink not just for decoration
 •  TGI Tuesday