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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 16, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Father hopes son's death helps change Afghan policy
 •  Six Honolulu shoplifters charged in 8 hours
 •  Police investigating Makaha stabbings
 •  Woman robbed by gunman in Waianae
 •  Patriarch of Miyasaki family of attorneys dies
 •  Removal of Kahuku whale carcass slated tomorrow
 •  Worker injured on Kapiolani job site
 •  Like 'Sunset on the Beach,' but in Makiki
 •  Hawaii lawmakers rated on environmental scorecard
 •  Data show fish depletion, researchers say
 •  Growing lots and lots of algae not that easy
 •  Hanalei Bay closed because of shark sightings
 •  Inouye, Akaka back $48-billion world health plan
 •  Hawaii tobacco sales to minors take record jump
 •  Library use grows, but varies by region
 •  North Hawaii hospital to cut 12 percent of staff
 •  Things to do today on Oahu
 •  Wayne Nishiki to run for Maui Council seat
 •  Big Island sex assault suspect at large
 •  Big Island man wants to save chickens
 •  Air Force to deploy six F-22 Raptors to Guam
 •  Aiona calls for City Council to put rail issue on November ballot
 •  Lingle releases $15 million for Maui harbor, boat ramp
 •  Ground-breaking tomorrow for Pearl City project
 •  Newest firefighters to graduate on Friday
 •  Oahu boating office relocates to Sand Island
 •  Surf: South shores holding at 2 to 4 feet
 •  Weather: Sunny with a few isolated showers
 •  Repeat DUI offender suspect in hit-and-run
 •  Hawaii Music Awards going digital
 •  Hawaii ranks low in number of school nurses
 •  Maui algae biodiesel facility planned
 •  Maui youth program had cast of thousands
 •  Travel guide ranks Honolulu Zoo near the top
 •  Things to do today, tonight
 •  Bown, Ah Mow, Willoughby, Berg named to Olympic volleyball team
 •  Kai scores goal, but Wambach's broken leg mars U.S. win
 •  Prep QB accepts scholarship offer from Hawaii
 •  Chan Kim ousted from U.S. Public Links
 •  Surfing: Monahan wins Roxy ASP Women's World Longboard
 •  Oklahoma paper sues man who posted bogus Sooner QBs story
 •  Kauai golf courses offer free play to girls
 •  Olympics: Sebrle to compete for Czechs in Beijing
 •  Golf: The real threat at Royal Birkdale is the wind
 •  Golf: Injured Harrington questionable for British Open
 •  MLB: Injured Dodgers closer Saito out at least 6 weeks
 •  NBA: Celtics sign center O’Bryant
 •  NFL: Texans sign fourth-round draft pick Adibi
 •  CFB: Former ASU coach Snyder has cancer
 •  Tennis: Starace advances at Austrian Open
 •  Tennis: Federer, Nadal lead U.S. Open field
 •  NFL: Broncos sign seventh rounder Hillis
 •  CBKB: Ex-Arizona recruit Jennings to play in Italy
 •  NBA: Hornets sign Posey
 •  NFL: League steps up monitoring of players for gang signs
 •  Soccer: Red Bulls’ Reyna announces retirement
 •  Golf: Perry getting flak for skipping British Open
 •  NBA: Officially Nets, Najera, Hayes vow to set example
 •  Olympics: Amputee Pistorius fails to get qualifying time
 •  Olympics: Strasburg lone collegian on U.S. baseball team
 •  Olympics: Canada, Croatia win basketball qualifiers
 •  Cycling: Three Tour de France fans hit by team car
 •  Olympics: USA Gymnastics confirms Morgan Hamm’s spot
 •  NHL: Red Wings-Blackhawks at Wrigley
 •  Olympics: Major tours come together to push for golf
 •  NFL: Pack feud could cause awkward moments for Favre
 •  NFL: Chiefs sign draft picks Robinson, Johnston
 •  MLB: Damon could hit off a tee Friday
 •  MLB: Marlins’ Mitre has season-ending surgery
 •  Tennis: Illness sidelines Cornet at Gastein Ladies
 •  NBA: Cavaliers sign Gibson to 5-year deal
 •  Tennis: Top-seeded Gicquel advances at Dutch Open
 •  Notre Dame hires Indianapolis lawyer as new AD
 •  Cycling: Arvesen wins 11th stage of Tour de France
 •  Rugby: Rules change to speed up play goes global Aug. 1
 •  Cycling: Tour de France rider detained by police for doping
 •  Major tours come together to push for Olympic golf
 •  Sumo: Mongolian Hakuho tied for lead at Nagoya
 •  Olympics: Ban to be reversed for US boxer
 •  NBA: Young Blazer guards continue to impress
 •  On the air Wednesday: Baseball, cycling, golf
 •  Hawaiian Air to announce quarterly results July 30
 •  Lower oil price helps push stocks higher
 •  Advertiser laying off 54 workers
 •  A host of chocolate mac nuts Sunday at Ala Moana
 •  'Dog the Bounty Hunter' season premiere tonight
 •  Earth, Wind & Fire to launch Waikoloa Bowl venue
 •  Ebb & Flow Arts receives $60,000 in Mainland grants
 •  JabbaWockeeZ to open Level 4 club Saturday night
 •  Complex world demands more science in schools

Local News
 •  Hawaii airline launches baggage fee
 •  Honolulu anti-rail petition can't get on general election ballot, city says
 •  OHA spends millions on trying to create a Native Hawaiian nation
 •  DOE faces $20 million in cuts
 •  Pedestrian's widow faces crisis Video
 •  Isle public schools lag in number of nurses
 •  HFD recruits graduate on Friday
 •  McCain shifts stance on Afghanistan
 •  Hannemann officially files to run for re-election Video
 •  Army faces another Malama Makua suit
 •  Teen admits guilt in crash
 •  Truck roll causes H-1 standstill
 •  Charter school sues DOE over sanctions
 •  Cultural center holding 9th annual competition
 •  Rotting whale carcass still awaiting removal
 •  Apply for Nanala house lottery by tomorrow
 •  DLNR chief will give public briefing tonight
 •  Take a guided tour of tidepools by moonlight
 •  Hilo man indicted in passenger's crash death
 •  Rotary Club collecting supplies for area schools
 •  Community calendar
 •  Drug dealer faces life sentence
 •  Obituaries
 •  Steep tax would curb gas use fast

 •  'Warriors in training' come from far and near
 •  Stanley named to U.S. Olympic team
 •  Long goodbye: AL knocks off NL in 15th, 4-3 Photo gallery
 •  Track coach banned
 •  Beer sales to boost UH
 •  Saint Louis names Hao coach
 •  Balangitao new head of Maui athletics
 •  Mickelson not talking Tiger at Open
 •  Giants pitcher Lincecum misses game with illness
 •  Kaheaku-Enhada at controls of Navy offense
 •  Moore is first in surf
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Priceless memories for Colt

Island Life
 •  Markers of time
 •  The Who rocks out at VH1 tune fest
 •  Longer locks on boys is all the rage
 •  'Oz' a good summer outing for the family
 •  Ballot inside
 •  Bringing healing to the table
 •  Star Circle is new to DHT gala benefit
 •  A sampling of McKay's recipes for cancer patients
 •  Easy ways to intensify flavors in healthy diet
 •  Gazpacho flavors pop if you grill it, then chill it
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  This appetizer can easily be an entree
 •  KFC Hawaii adds May's teri sandwich
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Exercise drops off during teen years
 •  Longer locks on boys is all the rage
 •  'Oz' a good summer outing for the family
 •  A different kind of food expo

 •  Algae-to-biodiesel site could be ready by 2011
 •  California cargo fee will be felt by Hawaii consumers
 •  Struggling Big Isle hospitals to lay off 114 staff members
 •  At S. Tokunaga, customers help guide the way
 •  Oil prices plummet by $6.44
 •  Hawaii Apple stores' initial batch of new iPhones already spoken for
 •  Failing confidence in U.S. economy roils markets
 •  More bad news about banks may be coming
 •  Knowledge critical to safeguarding your money in bank failure
 •  Anxious customers swarm failed IndyMac Bank
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  HVCB earns Gold Service Award

 •  Public input on Kaka'ako development important
 •  Vatican City goes green; can others follow?
 •  In sweet July, the dumb stuff doesn't matter
 •  Chilling out with the grandkids and zebras
 •  Steep tax would curb gas use fast
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  The Who rocks out at VH1 tune fest
 •  TGI Wednesday