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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 20, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Waianae community festival in September
 •  Chinatown robbery suspect charged
 •  Man accused of Haleiwa knife attack
 •  Neighbor Islanders can expect traffic delays
 •  DOT work will slow traffic on Pali Highway
 •  Search finds no trace of Kauai goat hunter
 •  Kauai starts new youth paddling program
 •  Kona man accused of threatening wife
 •  Man charged in fatal Makiki stabbing
 •  Man, 19, critically injured in Kunia crash
 •  UH researchers uncover new indicator that can predict coral health
 •  Landmark case being built against TVR owner on Maui
 •  Surveillance camera leads to burglary arrest
 •  Repeat offender on Maui gets 20 years for burglaries
 •  Free carnival rides for military families
 •  40 acres scorched in Kauai brushfire
 •  Athletic directors on Neighbor Islands decry JV cut proposal
 •  3 injured in King Street accident
 •  Memorial held for sea turtle
 •  Things to do around Oahu today
 •  Teen critical after rolling vehicle
 •  Huge south swell expected this week
 •  Moderate trades bring scattered showers
 •  Frank Fasi's son arrested for alleged robbery
 •  Turtle death investigated on Laniakea Beach
 •  Lanikai Canoe Club captures OHCRA Championship Regatta
 •  Taylor on Redskins' minds as training camp opens
 •  Padraig Harrington wins 2nd straight British Open
 •  Dean Wilson finishes tied for third at U.S. Bank Championship
 •  Marr, Summerer win Tinman Triathlon
 •  Cycling: Schleck takes Tour lead after 15th stage
 •  NFL: Cason doubts he'll be in Chargers camp on time
 •  Olympics: World champion walker Deakes out of Games
 •  Soccer: Fans clash as West Ham United beats Crew 3-1
 •  NFL: WR DeSean Jackson agrees to terms with Eagles
 •  Baseball: Giants deal Durham to Brewers
 •  Motorcycles: Italy's Rossi wins US Grand Prix
 •  Golf: Richard S. Johnson wins PGA event in Milwaukee
 •  Golf: Without Wie, Oh wins State Farm in playoff
 •  Tennis: Wozniak beats Bartoli to win first title
 •  NFL: Redskins get Jason Taylor from Dolphins
 •  Golf: Knost earns PGA Tour spot with Nationwide win
 •  Tennis: Roddick feeling healthy for 1st time in a while
 •  Golf: Eaks wins the 3M Championship
 •  Golf: Norman gets invitation to Masters if he wants it
 •  NFL: Redskins DE Daniels to miss season
 •  Beach volleyball: May-Treanor, Walsh win again as Olympics near
 •  Baseball: Dodgers sign former White Sox infielder Ozuna
 •  Basketball: Greece, Germany in Americans’ Olympic group
 •  Baseball: White Sox's Dye leaves game after getting hit by pitch
 •  Gymnastics: Teams set, Americans eager to take on world
 •  Auto racing: Briscoe, Castroneves give Penske 1-2 sweep
 •  Baseball: White Sox place Contreras on DL, call up Carrasco
 •  NBA: Pacers 'upset' over incident involving Williams
 •  Olympics: To avoid smog, Beijing begins limits on traffic
 •  NFL: Rams, Chris Long agree to terms on deal
 •  Auto racing: Hamilton wins German Grand Prix
 •  Cycling: 2006 winner Pereiro crashes out of Tour
 •  Sumo: Mongolian Hakuho (8-0) marches on at Nagoya
 •  Cycling: Cavendish pulls out of Tour de France
 •  Tennis: Verdasco wins Croatia Open
 •  Tennis: Simon wins Indianapolis Tennis Championships
 •  Baseball: Rats no longer running wild at Angel Stadium
 •  Tennis: France's Parmentier wins Gastein Ladies title
 •  Tennis: Del Potro wins Kitzbuehel for 2nd straight title
 •  Tennis: Spain's Albert Montanes wins Dutch Open
 •  Kona Brewery opening airport location
 •  Paulson braces public for months of tough times
 •  'Dark Knight' lights up box office at record pace

Local News
 •  Obama’s ‘change’ mantra energizing, unsettling for Hawaii Democratic Party
 •  More lab space at Hickam to help identify missing personnel faster
 •  Sea turtle 'Honey Girl' found slaughtered on North Shore beach
 •  Man charged with 2nd-degree murder in Makiki stabbing
 •  A fun primer for kindergarten Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii campaigns barely dip into Net
 •  Cell phone towers seen as revenue source
 •  How they voted
 •  Candidates' new stances not always flip-flops
 •  Obama visits Afghanistan, gets boost from Iraqi premier
 •  For better or worse, McCain sticks with town hall forum
 •  Fasi son arrested in Waikiki robbery
 •  Winners announced in Queen Lili'uokalani Keiki Hula contest
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Woman's mission won't let her forget

 •  Wie disqualifed after 'honest' error Photo gallery Video
 •  Kane'ohe captures sixth in row Photo gallery
 •  Norman on verge of major victory Photo gallery
 •  Hamm shows he's up to defending crown
 •  Coles, Flanagan tied for lead in U.S. Bank
 •  Mauer, Morneau spark Twins' rout, 14-2
 •  Marlins outslug Phils to tighten East race
 •  Injury forces Williams out of Bank of the West
 •  U.S. volleyball men lose, but advance
 •  Mitchell, Duncan paddle to victory
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  It appears she's jinxed on the links

Island Life
 •  Guam's story penned
 •  It's a fever you can't resist Video
 •  Tokyo teenagers' worlds collide
 •  Nevermind the movies — trailers hot online
 •  My son's right: Little kids party too hearty
 •  Our family veterinarian dedicated, caring, kind
 •  Animal companions
 •  What I'm reading: Rona Bennett
 •  Lit beat
 •  National best-sellers
 •  Hawaii best-sellers
 •  Art calendar
 •  Panorama: 'This Fever I Can't Resist'
 •  A generation speaks, and it says: 'Waaaaaah!'
 •  What a Dork
 •  My son's right: Little kids party too hearty
 •  Some kid 'issues' aren't problems at all
 •  Hawaiimoms.com
 •  Rest easy, Joe, for your loved ones are not alone
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Births
 •  My son's right: Little kids party too hearty
 •  Some kid 'issues' aren't problems at all
 •  Rest easy, Joe, for your loved ones are not alone

 •  Hopping in from down under
 •  On waves and in business, Hamilton shaking things up
 •  More kids learning money skills
 •  Technology means seeing is no longer believing
 •  Earn higher yields while ensuring your money is kept safe
 •  Healthy diets also beneficial at work
 •  Savers should learn from failure of IndyMac

 •  City Charter wrong vehicle for rail initiative
 •  Mass-Transit Debate: The Way Forward
 •  We're past a 'go or no go' decision
 •  Film industry brings in funding, jobs for the state
 •  Taiwan quiet about interest in F-16s
 •  Summertime, and livin' is easy — no matter what
 •  To a young boy in '60s, DeBakey was magic
 •  Parade story's political spin unfair
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Nevermind the movies — trailers hot online
 •  TGI Sunday

 •  Skin care while traveling
 •  $52 million center will enhance visit to USS Arizona Memorial
 •  American travelers feel the lure of exotic India
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  Hale telescope was largest for 45 years
 •  The inside skinny on getting the best Broadway hotel deal
 •  Holoholo
 •  Let's go: Hawaii and the World
 •  Travel Almanac
 •  Airlines giving frequent-flier programs short end of the stick
 •  Three new casinos opening this year