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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 17, 2008

Breaking News
 •  60% of Hawaii public schools miss No-Child targets
 •  Whale carcass buried, but bones fall on highway
 •  Na Ala Hele Trails service awards presented
 •  2 repeaters among 11 Honolulu DUI arrests
 •  Cab driver robbed in Kalihi
 •  3 Makaha stabbing suspects arrested
 •  Suspect arrested in fatal Makiki stabbing
 •  Lanikai cut off by road closure
 •  Washington state escapee arrested on Maui
 •  Maui looking to 'Sucker' punch algae problem
 •  Man injured in Kauai fight dies
 •  Funeral for Mililani family Monday in Kalihi
 •  Makapuu arson suspect arrested
 •  Big Island police seeking robbery suspects
 •  Fire shuts down Hana Hwy. for 30 minutes
 •  U.S. Army, Pacific welcomes deputy commander
 •  PETA opposes shooting of pigs during Army training
 •  Pali repaving backs up traffic; will resume tomorrow
 •  Whale bones removed, road cleared in Kaneohe
 •  New signs say pets on leash OK at Makapuu
 •  Barack Obama: A son like, unlike his father
 •  Hawaii diver's death prompts safety presentation
 •  Maui’s Maalaea harbor to get major upgrades
 •  Hawaii DLNR seeking to clarify rules
 •  Asing takes oath as Kauai mayor
 •  Maui veterans clinic now fully staffed
 •  Things to do today, tonight on Oahu
 •  Record-breaking temperatures continue in Hawaii
 •  Big Island police searching for missing girl
 •  Truck fire reported on H-3 north by Halawa quarry
 •  Crash reported in Kaneohe-bound lanes of Likelike
 •  Surf: South shores up a bit , 5-7 feet expected today
 •  Weather: Trades winds will keep things cool
 •  Wayne Nishiki to run for Maui Council seat
 •  Inouye, Akaka back $48-billion world health plan
 •  Woman robbed by gunman in Waianae
 •  Six Honolulu shoplifters charged in 8 hours
 •  Like 'Sunset on the Beach,' but in Makiki
 •  Hawaii lawmakers rated on environmental scorecard
 •  New Kauai mayor sworn in today
 •  Hamilton: Stand-up paddling will be 'bigger than surfing'
 •  Advertiser hosting domestic violence community forum
 •  Golf: Hawaii's Wilson two shots off U.S. Bank lead
 •  Golf: Wie shoots 67, near lead at State Farm Classic
 •  CFB: Meyer says Harvin’s heel healing well after surgery
 •  Cycling: Team withdraws after third rider tests positive
 •  Sumo: Mongolians Hakuho, Ama tied for lead at Nagoya
 •  Golf: Mediate in 3-way tie for the lead at British Open
 •  Surfing: Slater wins contest in S. Africa; moves closer to 9th world title
 •  Cycling: Amid more doping, Cavendish wins Tour stage
 •  Baseball: Minor league team has A-Rod, Madonna promotion
 •  Baseball: Yankees only logical destination for Bonds
 •  Golf: Woods stuck at home, Harrington may soon join him
 •  NFL: 49ers sign 2nd-round pick Rachal
 •  Soccer: Adu, Altidore, Bradley on U.S. soccer team
 •  MLB: Reds put Hairston on DL
 •  MLB: Pitcher Nomo retires
 •  MLB: Liriano’s agent calls for union investigation
 •  MLB: Tigers’ Ordonez activated from DL
 •  CFB: Spurrier says he’s not going anywhere
 •  MLB: Mets' Martinez gets injection, next start delayed
 •  MLB: AP source says Yankees reach deal with Sexson
 •  NFL: Redskins assistant coach Breaux retires
 •  MLB: White Sox open spot for Jenks, farm out Carrasco
 •  NFL: Browns’ Jurevicius likely to miss start of season
 •  CFB: LSU dismisses lineman Jarvis Jones
 •  Tennis: Williams sisters, Sharapova head U.S. Open field
 •  MLB: Nats draft pick agrees, passes up Alabama football
 •  Tennis: Melzer advances at Austrian Open
 •  NFL: Vikings decline comment on tampering charges
 •  Tennis: Acasuso advances at Dutch Open
 •  NFL: Ravens happy to have Flacco on board for camp
 •  Tennis: Mayr advances at Gastein Ladies
 •  NFL: Trae Williams signs with Jaguars
 •  Tennis: Ljubicic pulls out out of Croatia Open
 •  Olympics: Yao Ming returns to action for China
 •  Boxing: Diaz has brain surgery after collapsing during bout
 •  NBA: Mayo scores 20, runs point in summer league
 •  NBA: Suns miss out again as PG Lue signs with Bucks
 •  Boxing: Toney beats Rahman in 3-round TKO
 •  On the air Thursday: Cycling, British Open golf
 •  On the air Friday: Cycling, British Open golf, soccer
 •  Alaska Airlines inaugurates Seattle-Maui flights
 •  Starbucks closing five stores in Hawaii
 •  Sharp's $100,000 liquid crystal display arrives at Tokyo theater
 •  'Lost' will get full share of episodes
 •  Jimi Hendrix is coming to 'Guitar Hero'
 •  'Lost' up for best drama, Emerson for supporting actor
 •  Aug. 9 concert to benefit Tupuola keiki
 •  Manoa Valley lands six premieres for 40th season
 •  Strengthen efforts to protect Hawaiçi reefs
 •  Spending less on gas has collateral benefits

Local News
 •  Hawaii may cut junior varsity sports
 •  Hawaii soldier killed in Afghanistan a Damien grad who made parents proud Video
 •  Honolulu rail transit could still go on special-election ballot, city clerk says Video
 •  Tobacco sales to minors up again
 •  Hawaii's reef fish in peril
 •  1938-2008 Anson Chong, former legislator
 •  Sergio Goes beach service
 •  Fred Chun, 88, built local retail empire
 •  Shuichi Miyasaki, attorney, dies at 79
 •  Jon Brostrom 'died doing what he loved'
 •  Voyage to Papahanaumokuakea an eye-opener
 •  Hawaii funding advances in Senate
 •  McCain cites voucher plan in NAACP speech
 •  Expectations soaring ahead of Obama trip
 •  Police, fire groups back mayor
 •  Back-to-school help online
 •  Chinese language catching on in schools
 •  'Olelo partnership with Wai'anae helps at-risk youths
 •  Maui educators learning about construction
 •  Kahalu'u Regional Park ready at last
 •  County gets funds for workforce tech training
 •  Asing will be sworn in as Kauai mayor today
 •  Wastewater plant wins performance award
 •  'Amazing Magical Bubble Show' for kids at library
 •  Paddleboarders race for championship Saturday
 •  Jake Shimabukuro plays free concert Saturday
 •  Free program for parents of struggling students
 •  Afghanistan could see surge of U.S. troops within weeks
 •  Salutes
 •  Community calendar
 •  Shark sighting closes beach
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH lands California prep QB
 •  Monahan first Hawaii champ
 •  Joshua, 5, a hit on White House lawn Photo gallery Video
 •  Kai's goal lifts U.S. to 1-0 win
 •  Isle flavor on U.S. volleyball
 •  Wind, not Tiger, is big threat
 •  Shooting his age would be icing on cake for 90-year-old
 •  Ex-state prep champ Kim ousted at Publinks
 •  Holes in One
 •  PGA Tour players from Hawaii
 •  Entries for women's stroke, match play championships
 •  Playing in Milwaukee not a major letdown
 •  Novak reaches new heights in victory
 •  AL, NL division titles remain up for grabs
 •  Fundraiser for Olympian Takata Sunday at 'Iolani
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Football a hot ticket in South

Island Life
 •  Where politics don't matter
 •  New documentary focuses on the Chinese in Hawaii
 •  Vitamins not linked to death risk
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Increasingly, yoga is used as therapy
 •  Meet two more exotic whole grains
 •  Sola2 clothing line in spotlight at Bar 35
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Low-carb diet best, research discovers
 •  Increasingly, yoga is used as therapy
 •  Sharpen your ... laptops? The new school supplies
 •  Show-biz pooch gets temporary housing

 •  Advertiser's 54 layoffs reflect industry trend
 •  Work slowdown alleged at key ports
 •  Solar, polysilicon strategies pay off for Hoku Scientific
 •  Simple but powerful advice: Understand first, then invest
 •  Pearl City project blessed today
 •  Hawaii 8th-worst in Medicaid funding
 •  Flying expected to get even more expensive
 •  Donate your computer's idle time to help solve problems
 •  Hotel owner's room revenue falls
 •  Bernanke says Fannie, Freddie in 'no danger'
 •  Simple but powerful advice: Understand first, then invest

 •  Complex world demands more science in schools
 •  Obama win would be bad for bin Laden
 •  America can be a can-do nation again
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday