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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 13, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Honolulu DUI arrests include 4 underage drinkers
 •  Bluegrass jam scheduled in Wahiawa
 •  Kaneohe arson suspect charged
 •  Weeklong road closures scheduled on Maui
 •  Teen injured at Makapuu tide pool
 •  Injured hiker medevaced to Likelike Highway
 •  Missing millionaire's body found below Pali Lookout
 •  Kona coffee farmer helps out neighbors
 •  Obama may visit Hawaii in August
 •  Kona hospital to lay off 10 percent of its staff
 •  Realtor resentenced in tax case
 •  Stealing $3 leads to two drug arrests
 •  Two soldiers with Guam National Guard killed in Afghanistan
 •  Water cutbacks possible for all of Maui
 •  $220M luxury housing project starts on Maui
 •  Teachers union and Sierra Club endorse Hirono for Congress
 •  H-1 lane closures this week
 •  Things to do today around Oahu
 •  Surf hitting 4 feet along most shores
 •  Light winds, little rain in today's forecast
 •  Airport viaduct lanes closed today
 •  Aina Haina's Monahan advances to longboard quarterfinals in France
 •  U.S. women top Brazil in soccer exhibition
 •  Wie finishes tied for 46th at LPGA's Corning Classic
 •  Wilson shoots 66, McLachlin 69 in final round of John Deere Classic
 •  NBA: Low sees more playing time in Dallas defeat
 •  Soccer: Florida team tops Aiea at AYAO National Games
 •  Youth baseball: East tops West for state Cal Ripken title
 •  Skateboarding: Gagnon rules the halfpipe at Maloof Money Cup
 •  Baseball: Indians complete four-game sweep of Rays, 5-2
 •  NFL: Rally held to pressure Packers to reinstate Favre
 •  NHL: Lecavalier signs 11-year, $85M extension with Lightning
 •  Phil Hellmuth eliminated from World Series of Poker
 •  Baseball: Former Cardinals coach Ricketts dies at 73
 •  Golf: Paula Creamer hangs on to win by 2
 •  Golf: Surging Perry wins John Deere Classic
 •  Baseball: Billingsley Ks 13, Dodgers rout Marlins 9-1
 •  Golf: Rhoden wins record 7th celebrity golf at Tahoe
 •  Baseball: Red Sox reclaim AL East lead at All-Star break
 •  Basketball: Ex-La. Tech coach tops Hall of Fame 2009 class
 •  NBA: Arenas makes it official, signs deal with Wizards
 •  Tennis: Errani captures first WTA title with Palermo win
 •  Beach volleyball: May-Treanor, Walsh win 16th title in a row
 •  Baseball: Brewers' Sabathia homers, throws complete game
 •  Baseball: MLB All-Star Rosters
 •  Baseball: Reds' Harang placed on disabled list
 •  Track: U.S. men, women sweep relay titles at junior worlds
 •  Baseball: Twins' Morneau completes Home Run Derby field
 •  Tennis: Cornet wins Budapest Grand Prix final
 •  Baseball: Cubs' Marmol replaces Wood on NL All-Star team
 •  Baseball: Nationals honor fans who died in stadium shuttle bus
 •  Golf: McDowell wins Scottish Open by 2 strokes
 •  Baseball: Rangers' Kinsler extends majors-best hitting streak to 25
 •  Tennis: Santoro retains Hall of Fame title by beating Amritraj
 •  Track: Bolt posts fastest 200 time of year at Athens meet
 •  Baseball: Red Sox prospect leads World team to Futures win
 •  Tennis: Hanescu wins 1st career title at Swiss Open
 •  Tennis: Del Potro wins 1st title over Gasquet in Stuttgart
 •  Cycling: Italy's Ricco wins 9th stage of Tour
 •  Sumo: Bulgarian Kotooshu upset on first day of Nagoya meet
 •  Olympics: Broadcast access to Tiananmen still issue
 •  Cycling: Title contender Evans crashes in 9th stage of Tour
 •  NBA: O.J. Mayo a standout again in Summer league
 •  World Series of Pokerís main event Day 9
 •  Baseball: If you bash Barry Bonds, be consistent
 •  NFL: Packers must be crazy to close book on Favre
 •  Tennis: Robredo wins Swedish Open 6-4, 6-1 over Berdych
 •  On the air Sunday: Baseball, golf, soccer
 •  Anheuser-Busch agrees to InBev sale
 •  AT&Tís iPhone stock mostly sold
 •  Microsoft cuts Xbox price by $50, plans 60GB model
 •  Fed poised to curb shady home-lending practices
 •  Bluegrass jam scheduled in Wahiawa

Local News
 •  Waikiki church plans Damien museum Photo gallery
 •  Plan to pay millions for Honolulu rail's operation, maintenance still unclear
 •  Lingle supports putting rail on ballot
 •  Body of diver found off Waikiki Photo gallery
 •  Lyon Arboretum 'in a good place' Photo gallery
 •  Lana'i wind project identifies species it may affect
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  How they voted
OTHER NEWS
 •  Advertiser wins 13 first-place awards in SPJ contest
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Locals may benefit as tourism stumbles

Sports
 •  UH travel costs skyrocketing
 •  Back in the game of soccer, and life Photo gallery
 •  Joe Tom Jr. had love for baseball
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Lawson stood tall when it counted
 •  Athletic Awards
GOLF
 •  Perry shoots into three-way tie atop John Deere Classic
 •  Without Tiger, there's no clear Open favorite
SURFING
 •  10-year-old smokes field in Air Invitational
FOOTBALL
 •  Packers won't release Favre
BASEBALL
 •  Victorino homers twice in loss to Arizona
 •  A-Rod's 537th homer helps beat Blue Jays
OTHER SPORTS
 •  U.S. volleyball wins finale
ISLE FILE
 •  Lee's gold lifts U.S. in wrestling
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Carter plays out his dream

Island Life
 •  Competing for a foundation to success Photo gallery
 •  'Utility in futility'
 •  Companion or lover? Which term suits you?
PARENTING
 •  Older kids can change, but it's more difficult
KEIKI STUFF
 •  Older kids can change, but it's more difficult
TELEVISION
 •  The littlest heroes ó kids with parents in war zones
 •  Park Yong Ha rides wave of popularity
PETS
 •  Pets need extra care in summer
 •  You like pets, but does your partner?
BOOKS
 •  What I'm reading: Mark Dunkerley CEO, Hawaiian Airlines
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Isle author wins Weisenthal award
 •  Hawaii best-sellers
ART
 •  Art calendar
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Sales and bargains
'OHANA
 •  Dancing babies unite on the floor
FAMILY MATTERS
 •  Pregnancy brings change, and some of it brings joy
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Births
 •  Tryouts calendar
MOMS
 •  It gets sticky when words hurt a child
 •  Older kids can change, but it's more difficult
 •  Lives of presidential progeny will change
 •  Pregnancy brings change, and some of it brings joy
 •  Dancing babies unite on the floor

Business
 •  Put it on Aloha's tab
 •  GMAC likely to recover most of $49M loan to airline
 •  E-mail public records: To purge or not
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Consumers' privacy protections disappear with a judge's order
 •  Let's get our cars plugged into the grid
CONSUMER
 •  Most of the world pays more for gas than U.S. drivers do
 •  Credit card reform rules debated
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Medical field income varies pretty widely
 •  Computer the champ at poker tournament

Opinion
 •  Time to elevate community debate on rail transit
COMMENTARY
 •  Looking toward sustainability
 •  Time to look past Obama's rhetoric
 •  Handling drop in tourism won't be easy
 •  Australia reassessing role in region
 •  The old man and sea of memories from old Chicago
 •  Diplomacy one of Iran's mixed signals
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  Rail series sparked heated critique
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
TELEVISION
 •  The littlest heroes ó kids with parents in war zones
 •  Park Yong Ha rides wave of popularity
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  It's not Vegas, it's Macau Photo gallery
 •  There's lots to do in the capital without spending much money
 •  Holoholo
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  Let's go: Hawaii and the World
 •  High-tech attraction tells Niagara tale
 •  Travel Almanac
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  Poker World Series draws 6,844
IRENE CROFT JR.
 •  Know airline policies if flying with a pet