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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 9, 2008

Breaking News
 •  TheBus employees ratify new 5-year pact
 •  More Hawaii restaurants, bars serving alcohol to minors, commission finds
 •  Schofield soldier killed in Iraq
 •  Exercise equipment damaged in Halawa truck fire
 •  Maui reports big drop in fireworks fires
 •  Benefit concert planned Aug. 31 for Shriners
 •  Cabbie robbed at gunpoint in Kalihi
 •  Man charged with Maili assault
 •  Woman, 40, sentenced for fatal '07 Ewa accident
 •  New Kauai mayor takes office July 17
 •  Arraignment Monday for accused Internet predator
 •  Hawaii millionaire remains missing
 •  Kilauea lava reaching ocean again
 •  Boy, 16, shot in Moanalua Freeway drive-by
 •  Guilty verdict in manslaughter trial
 •  2 Hawaii veterans cemeteries, a nonprofit share $645,000
 •  Ayman El-Dakhakhni is new Rotary leader in Hawaii
 •  Senate passes surveillance bill; Inouye, Akaka differ
 •  Heavy rains hit Hawaii's leeward coasts
 •  Maui County Council to consider 7 exceptions to curfew
 •  Senate votes to restore Medicare cuts in doctors’ fees
 •  Lahaina Noon — the shadowless moments — coming soon
 •  Fire stacks up traffic on west-bound Moanalua Freeway
 •  Fireworks-related fires drop 72 percent on Maui
 •  Novena prayer and rosary service starts today for James family
 •  Lyon Arboretum to open Saturday
 •  Papakolea cleanup set for this weekend
 •  Judiciary offering free talk on employment issues
 •  Money released for veterans' cemetery upgrades
 •  Two sentenced in separate tax case
 •  Missing Puna woman found unharmed in Keaau
 •  Police ask for help in finding missing Hilo girl
 •  Crash slowing traffic on H-3 east-bound
 •  Hazardous waste dropoff this weekend on Kauai
 •  Repaving job may delay traffic on Kauai
 •  Hickam lab IDs remains of MIA Korean War soldier
 •  Surf: Not much happening anywhere today
 •  Weather: Light to moderate trades again today
 •  Guam school needs $20M in repairs
 •  Hawaii man sentenced for failing to pay child support in California
 •  HECO work on Likelike begins
 •  Maui clinic nearing goal of opening new care facility
 •  New Lahaina shopping center unveils hula statue
 •  Oahu inspector checking Maui gas pumps for accuracy
 •  Hawaii senators back bill on Medicare spending
 •  Hawaiian drum collected by Capt. Cook now in L.A. museum
 •  Record low temperature tied on Kauai
 •  Rainbow Wahine release soccer schedule
 •  First smog, now locust might plague Olympics
 •  Overturned triple play turns into 7-run inning in Bosox win
 •  NBA: Paul says he never considered leaving New Orleans
 •  West Va.-Michigan ordeal reveals ugly truths about Rodriguez
 •  NBA: Marc Gasol signs with Memphis
 •  NBA: 3-point specialist headed home to Miami
 •  NBA: Blazers get Bayless, Diogu in deal with Pacers
 •  NBA: Diop rejoins Mavericks 6 months after trade
 •  Cyling: Britain's Cavendish posts first Tour de France victory
 •  NFL: Storm causes damage at new Colts stadium
 •  NBA: Wizards sign first-round pick from Nevada
 •  NBA: O’Neal now a Raptor
 •  NFL: QB Dilfer retires, was unsigned
 •  NBA: Duhon signs with Knicks, could start at point
 •  Olympics: Kara Lynn Joyce added to US swim team
 •  NBA: Kings re-sign point guard Udrih to 5-year deal
 •  NBA: Bulls’ top pick Rose held out because of knee
 •  Olympics: Injury can't keep floor champion from Beijing
 •  Auto racing: Tony Stewart released from JGR
 •  Soccer: FIFA to rule on Olympic players' use for Beijing
 •  College football: Rodriguez agrees to settle, pay WVU $4 million
 •  Olympics: World 400 champion Rawlinson out of Games
 •  Baseball: Guerrero says he won’t defend Home Run Derby title
 •  Baseball: Mattingly to replace Easler as Dodger hitting coach
 •  NBA: Sentencing for former referee postponed again
 •  NBA: New-look Morrison happy to return to the court
 •  NBA: Bulls’ Rose picks up pace, suffers jammed knee
 •  NBA: Magic expect to sign shooting guard for $25M
 •  NBA: Brand, Maggette exit; so much for Clippers bright future
 •  Clinic: Olympian Takata holds judo seminar Sunday
 •  Clinic: Deadline nears for July 26 Punahou football camp
 •  On the air Wednesday: Baseball, Tour de France
 •  Steve & Barry’s files for bankruptcy protection
 •  Six Hawaii hotels among top 100 in magazine survey
 •  Lahaina Gateway shopping center sets grand opening
 •  Hilton Grand Vacations moves to new headquarters space
 •  EPA publishes guide for cities going green
 •  Faked cage match leads to men kissing
 •  Early childhood education takes a step forward

Local News
 •  Hawaii ambulance users no longer getting cut rate from state
 •  Tripler plans to release soldier who held off Hawaii police in standoff
 •  Hawaii governor vetoes 41 bills on final day; Legislature overrides on 13
 •  2 more run for Kauai mayor
 •  Kïlauea flow under watch
 •  Silent march calls attention to domestic violence Photo gallery Video
 •  Kahuku whale carcass is nuisance Video
 •  Chris Rock concert set for July 26 at Blaisdell
 •  Obama won't try for McCain budget goal
 •  Candidates court league of Hispanics
 •  Missing software creator 'panicked, paranoid' Video
 •  Painful pest may be in Mililani
 •  For secure homes, an ice-cream party
 •  IHS will help in repairing public housing Saturday
 •  Magician Alan Arita will entertain kids at library
 •  Tokyo teens will give free orchestral concert
 •  Foundation gives another $25,000 to food program
 •  'Waikiki Nei' show debut delayed until tomorrow
 •  Ching Foundation gives $5 million to charity
 •  T-shirt design workshop for teens at library today
 •  Stream cleanup needs volunteers this Saturday
 •  Community calendar
 •  Police recognized suspect on video
 •  Obituaries
 •  Rail will require reductions in traffic

 •  Baldwin alum starts at USC
 •  AYSO Games kicking off at Waipi'o
 •  Rainbow Wahine recruits rate 16th
 •  Sabathia boosts Brewers, 7-3
 •  Training helps 41-year-old Torres defy aging
 •  Kim's game flourished after attitude adjustment
 •  Pettitte, Jeter spur Yankees past Rays, 5-0
 •  Arizona's Webb wins majors-best 13th game
 •  Mililani A Broncos triumph
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Olympian coming of age — at 41

Island Life
 •  Clothed in art
 •  Starr back on tour, singing about peace and love
 •  Happy couples not immune to affairs
 •  A prime-time reality show, dog-focused
 •  Real Scrabble coming to Facebook this month
 •  Look for UV claim
 •  Isle egg crisis
 •  Dish up pesto and - presto! - kids love veggies
 •  These 'breakfast cookies' are wheat-free
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Layered salad will likely 'tickle your taste buds'
 •  Building a better buttermilk biscuit
 •  3660 On The Rise adds more cooking classes
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Federal study urged for fringe treatment of autism
 •  Happy couples not immune to affairs
 •  How to let kids pet your dog
 •  Ferreting out recipes for readers

 •  Office tenants feeling effects of energy crisis
 •  Aloha flight attendants sue for back pay
 •  Groups push political candidates on healthcare
 •  Hawaiian, go! pick up Aloha riders
 •  State orders firm to shut down
 •  Southwest Airlines to ally with WestJet in codesharing
 •  Bernanke seeks more regulatory powers
 •  Anheuser-Busch fights takeover bid in court
 •  Billionaire unveils U.S. energy plan
 •  Oil's fall won't last, analysts predict
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  Hawaii flower values kept growing
 •  SEC: credit raters had conflicts of interest
 •  Trade Winds

 •  G-8 must lead the way on global warming
 •  Worth a look: Stricter rules for tattoo shops
 •  At 96, the Wonder still has plenty to say
 •  Why the GOP is losing the working class
 •  No excuses, ever, for leaders' racial lapses
 •  Rail will require reductions in traffic
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Clothed in art
 •  A prime-time reality show, dog-focused
 •  Starr back on tour, singing about peace and love
 •  Real Scrabble coming to Facebook this month
 •  TGI Wednesday