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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 22, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Kobayashi joins mayor's race; Bainum, Caldwell seek her council seat
 •  Training exercise at Honolulu Harbor tomorrow
 •  Burglary suspect arrested in Kalihi
 •  3,200 in Kaneohe lost electrical power
 •  2,000 affected by 3 Big Island outages
 •  Kaaawa man suspected of gun threat
 •  Police investigating injuries to Mililani girl, 6
 •  Housekeeper accused of stealing from Oahu woman, 95
 •  Hit-and-run driver kills Wahiawa bicyclist
 •  CEO of North Hawaii Community Hospital resigns
 •  Kalihi armed robbery suspect, 17, arrested
 •  Former attorney general may help in Molokai water-service case
 •  Ewa Beach man charged with kidnapping, assault
 •  8 seeking to succeed Big Island mayor
 •  Judge rejects plea deals in Pali golf course murder case
 •  Bill requires VA to open doors to nonpartisan voting rights groups
 •  Rape suspect from Memphis arrested in Hawaii
 •  Help sought finding wanted Hawaii man
 •  More people take TheBoat, city says
 •  Real property taxes due Aug. 20 on Kauai
 •  High surf advisory issued
 •  Hawaii ‘Unclaimed Property Program’ to hold outreach event
 •  U.S. House marks Pearl Harbor shipyard’s 100th anniversary
 •  Aloha Medical Mission returns from 2-week Myanmar trip
 •  Maui woman gets house arrest in drunk-driving fatality case
 •  Bill before Maui County restricts watering of lawns
 •  ’Batman’ star arrested in reported assault of mom, sister
 •  Airlines believes cuts could bring back profits
 •  Man arrested in reported sexual assault case
 •  McCain may soon choose running mate
 •  Roads reopened after critical bike accidents
 •  Stocks mixed as investors weigh Wachovia, oil drop
 •  Analysis: Foreign tour is media bonanza for Obama
 •  Oil prices drop $4 a barrel
 •  State warns of tax refund e-mail scam
 •  Second bike accident reported on Fort Weaver Road
 •  East shore surf on the rise
 •  More airlines report losses because of fuel costs
 •  Forecast calls for breezy, wet conditions
 •  Obama: Iraq now needs a political solution
 •  Lawmakers seek to rein in credit card firms targeting students
 •  Air Force must regain public’s trust, nominees say
 •  Fla. sheriff’s deputy shot dead in stand-off
 •  'No encouraging indicators' of survivors in B-52 crash off Guam
 •  Four arrested in Waipahu drug raid
 •  Shark attack ruled out on North Shore; turtle was struck by propeller
 •  Punahou's Kimo Makaula accepts football offer from Warriors
 •  UH to play Central Arkansas in 2009 football opener
 •  Duo completes 50 in 50 at Kapolei in cross-country golf adventure
 •  Not so easy these days for the Big Wiesy
 •  Olympics: LeBron leaves practice with mild ankle sprain
 •  A-Rod wants to boost image, joins same firm as Wie
 •  Baseball: Astros acquire Wolf in trade with Padres
 •  NBA: Olympics reignite Kobe Bryant's passion
 •  NFL: Browns sign 5 draft picks to 4-year contracts
 •  NFL: Patriots sign second-rounder, cornerback Wheatley
 •  NFL: Urlacher makes it official
 •  NBA: Suns sign Matt Barnes to 1-year contract
 •  Olympics: US softball team rallies for win over Akron
 •  Track and field: Powell outruns Bolt in 100-meter showdown
 •  Tennis: Serena drops out of tourney with knee injury
 •  Olympics: Spain beats Argentina 90-88 in warmup
 •  Horses: Suspension cut in half for jockey who struck horse
 •  NFL: Spurs re-sign forward Kurt Thomas
 •  NFL: Texans sign 3 draft picks, release 4
 •  NFL: Titans agree to terms with rookie TE Stevens
 •  Son of Philly Eagles coach sentenced to drug rehab
 •  NFL: Rams Pace to start camp on unable to perform list
 •  Baseball: Despite smuggling conviction, agent has no regrets
 •  Gymnastics: Martha Karolyi saddened by Moceanu's criticism
 •  Boxing: Injured Calzaghe calls off Jones fight
 •  Baseball: Nationals' Pena has surgery on left shoulder
 •  NFL: Patriots' Kaczur in plea deal on upstate NY drug charge
 •  NFL: Chargers' Castillo gets $43M in 5-year extension
 •  Track and field: President asked not to commute Jones' sentence
 •  Baseball: Mets closer Wagner has muscle spasm near shoulder
 •  NBA: Telfair agrees to terms with Timberwolves
 •  Cycling: France's Dessel wins 16th stage of Tour
 •  Sumo: Mongolian Hakuho leads at Nagoya with 10-0 record
 •  NBA: Camby offended he got traded for 'nothing'
 •  NFL: Shockey trade eliminates distraction for Giants
 •  Obit: Famed baseball writer Jerome Holtzman dies at 81
 •  Olympics: Beijing hotels slash rates after expected demand falters
 •  Olympics: Dope-tainted sprinter on Greek team list for Beijing
 •  On the air Tuesday: Baseball, cycling
 •  American Airlines offers incentive for Hawaii vacationers
 •  IHOP restaurant in Pearl City goes 24/7
 •  Pillows sold at Costco being recalled
 •  General Dynamics completes Wahiawa antennas
 •  Papaya production rises as farmers paid more
 •  Family retreat to be Aug. 30-31 at Mystical Rose Oratory
 •  Concert to celebrate Blessed Marianne Cope's life
 •  Shinto shrine plans back-to-school blessings
 •  Auditions set for Kumu Kahua's 'Rolling the R's'
 •  Symphony single tickets go on sale Aug. 4
 •  Libraries need to shift how they serve public
 •  Gore’s energy goals ambitious to a fault

Local News
 •  Hawaii teachers union proposes limits on random drug testing
 •  Growing cluster of shelters in Kalaeloa a safe, quiet haven for homeless Photo gallery
 •  Obama's Hawaii vacation in August expected to include fundraiser
 •  Attacker gets 1 year in prison
 •  Rail critic Prevedouros running for mayor Photo gallery Video
 •  Brostrom burial is Thursday
 •  Witnesses to teen's death on H-1 sought Video
 •  Court action paralyzes many key state imports
 •  Turtle killed by boat propeller found
 •  Hirono seeks second term Video
 •  Obama withdrawal plan embraced in Baghdad
 •  100th Battalion vets thank Lingle
 •  Anti-rail will bow to voters
 •  Shoppers can save lives at Bloodmobile Sunday
 •  Search team finds goat hunter missing for 2 days
 •  Panel to examine Maui's high gas prices Thursday
 •  Optometrist will discuss eye diseases in elderly
 •  Library will host lecture on family legal issues
 •  Astronomer gives free talk for UH lecture series
 •  'Waikiki Nei' debut postponed again
 •  $6.5M in federal grants aid Chaminade upgrade
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Behave, or else, with golf guru

 •  Low mulling Australia offer
 •  Channel challenge completed
 •  Wie taking another shot at PGA Tour
 •  Former gymnast criticizes Karolyis
 •  Giants deal veteran tight end Shockey to Saints
 •  Bears, Urlacher agree to extension
 •  Celtics re-sign House, Allen for next season
 •  Cabrera's six RBIs power Tigers
 •  Pearl City claims Seniors state title
 •  Leilehua's Tokuda honored by NFL
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Counting on Kai to step it up

Island Life
 •  Comic artist hero
 •  How 'murketing' to hipsters succeeds
 •  Simple beauty can be found anywhere
 •  Ballot inside
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Wave of kid deaths in hot cars disturbs law officials
 •  Harbor Court Bistro prepares to open

 •  Molokai Ranch told to keep water going
 •  'Olelo aims for 'positive change'
 •  Hilo Hattie under new ownership
 •  Allied Freight, SIRVA pay extra in settlement
 •  Icahn, Yahoo agree on truce
 •  Airlines expect jobs, profits to drop
 •  Slumping Apple quashes rumors of ailing CEO
 •  Big Oil invests more in itself than on exploration
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  Phishing e-mail warning issued
 •  Iran tension, tropical storm push up oil prices

 •  Union must not renege on random drug-test pact
 •  Hawaii needs energy independence now
 •  D.C. school system undergoes reform
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday