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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 25, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Inouye: 'Pineapples are a part of Maui’s legacy'
 •  Lawmakers caught flatfooted by layoffs
 •  Maui Land & Pine issues news release
 •  State rejects Eads as candidate; Dems to pick replacement
 •  Guilty pleas in 2005 Aiea fireworks explosion that injured girl's hand
 •  State to hold meetings on plan for Sacred Falls
 •  Annual billfish tournament on tap in Hawaii
 •  Guilty plea entered in fatal Kalihi stabbing
 •  California man drowns on Kauai
 •  Catfish permits at Nuuanu Reservior available Monday
 •  Lingle test-drives alternate fuel vehicles
 •  6:15 p.m. Aloha Tower departure of TheBoat cancelled
 •  Wastewater spill reported on Maui
 •  Shark suspected in biting snorkeler off Waianae Coast swims to open water
 •  Caldwell asks for review of his filing for City Council seat
 •  Funds being set up on behalf of bicyclist’s family
 •  Ten Hawaii schools fail fire inspections
 •  Superferry rates to rise $10 starting Aug. 5
 •  Honolulu gas prices remain at record high
 •  Inouye, Akaka vote for housing rescue
 •  Lottery system ends for Haleakala cabins
 •  Plantation Village salutes sugar’s ethnic heritage
 •  Don Ho birthday celebration set for Aug. 13
 •  Pentagon picks new leader for 311th Theater Signal Command at Fort Shafter
 •  Youths from 13 countries to be honored tomorrow by Lions
 •  Expect isolated showers today, temperatures from 85 to 90 degrees
 •  Surf to drop today
 •  Kalihi Kai man charged with sex assault
 •  Free breast exams offered at Waikiki Health Center Aug. 14
 •  Traffic moving smoothly for Aloha Friday commute
 •  Small craft advisories in effect for Big Island waters, Alenuihaha Channel, Pailolo Channel, Maalaea Bay
 •  Kauai brushfire started by fireworks
 •  Big Island officer honored for drug bust
 •  Kauai police seeking runaway girl, 15
 •  Haleakala cabins can be reserved by phone
 •  Ex-UH star English scores 11 in Canada's loss to Team USA
 •  Detroit Lions sign Waimea alum Jordon Dizon
 •  Wie ignores critics before PGA tournament
 •  Kimberly Kim falls in second round of U.S. Girls' Junior golf
 •  Ex-UH QB Brennan featured in Washington Times story
 •  Ex-UH players battling for starting spots with 49ers
 •  Golf: Chez Reavie leads Canadian Open; play suspended due to darkness
 •  Beach volleyball: May-Treanor, Walsh win 97th straight
 •  NFL: League to stream NBC games in real time, report says
 •  Baseball: Twins’ Gomez hurts back making catch
 •  Wade sharp in return, helps Americans rout Canada
 •  NFL: Rams' Jackson a no-show for first day of camp
 •  Golf: Beck, Peck reach finals of U.S. Junior Amateur
 •  Swimming: U.S. Olympic team's Jessica Hardy: 'I'm innocent'
 •  NBA: Lakers agree to terms with G Sasha Vujacic
 •  Baseball: Pittsburgh Pirates lose 4 minor leaguers
 •  NFL: Panthers sign Otah, close to deal with Stewart
 •  NFL: Cowboys plan to waive veteran receiver Glenn
 •  NFL: Cardinals sign top pick Rodgers-Cromartie
 •  Baseball: White Sox put All-Star Crede on DL and cut Loaiza
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams withdraws from Rogers Cup
 •  Arena Football Commissioner Baker resigns
 •  Track and field: Powell pushed to tape but wins 100 in London
 •  Baseball: Pirates' minor leaguers suspended for 50 games
 •  NFL: Favre must file letter to show for Packers camp
 •  NFL: Brady Quinn prepared for backup role again with Browns
 •  Golf: Vaughan leads by 1 shot at Senior British Open
 •  Tennis: Blake loses to Kiefer at Rogers Cup in Toronto
 •  Olympics: Iraq official says talks started on ban
 •  NFL: Steelers sign No. 1 pick Mendenhall to five-year contract
 •  NFL: Texans sign first-round pick Duane Brown
 •  Golf: Alfredsson sets Evian record, Park leads
 •  Golf: Lundberg, Sandelin lead Russian Open
 •  NFL: Bills' Pro Bowl left tackle a no-show; could be fined
 •  NFL: Hester back at Bears training camp
 •  NFL: Jets sign top pick Vernon Gholston
 •  Auto racing: Mosley sues German newspaper for damages
 •  Olympics: Ticket sale in Beijing starts stampede
 •  NFL: Broncos sign 1st-round draft pick Ryan Clady
 •  Cycling: Sastre retains lead after 19th stage of Tour
 •  Golf: Weir shoots 65 for share of Canadian Open lead
 •  Baseball: Pitcher charged after minor league brawl in Ohio
 •  Ex-Hurricanes QB Kenny Kelly arrested on drug charges
 •  NFL: Seahawks, DE Lawrence Jackson agree to terms
 •  Sumo: Grand champion Hakuho wraps up title at Nagoya
 •  NBA: Blazers sign first-round pick Batum
 •  NBA: Warriors re-sign Ellis for 6 years, $66M
 •  Baseball: To Giants, Washington's Nationals more like Generals
 •  Baseball: Hall of Fame honors O'Neil with award, statue
 •  Olympics: Dara Torres' swim coach seriously ill
 •  Cricket: Australia may boycott Champions Trophy over security concerns
 •  Olympics: Philippines offers $220,000 for 1st gold
 •  Olympics: Athletes Village prepares for opening
 •  NFL: Fletcher's leadership, skill anchor Redkins D
 •  On the air Friday: USA-Canada hoops, golf, tennis
 •  On the air Saturday: Bosox-Yanks, mixed martial arts
 •  On the air Sunday: Baseball, cycling, golf
 •  Hawaiian Airlines warning about e-mail with virus
 •  Two Maui credit unions to merge
 •  Interim CEO named at Big Island hospital
 •  Alexander & Baldwin quarterly earnings fall
 •  Some good news helps stocks close ahead
 •  New OC16 show looks at Japanese culture
 •  Doctor to discuss Damien-related cancer case Aug. 10
 •  Three films premiering at the Lahaina Film Festival
 •  Just 34 hours left for TV's 'Lost'
 •  Kauaçi Music Fest set for Aug. 1-2 at Hilton resort

Local News
 •  Maui Land & Pineapple laying off 274
 •  Funeral salutes Hawaii soldier killed in Afghanistan Photo gallery Video
 •  Honolulu mayor says wording key to putting rail on ballot
 •  Grand jury may bring charges in Kauai dam break that killed 7
 •  Kaloko Dam timeline
 •  Reward offered for hit-run details Video
 •  Marine voyage comes to an end Photo gallery
 •  Family accuses police of cover-up
 •  HOPE gets nation's attention
 •  Isle lawmakers back housing-rescue bill
 •  Former Maui Mayor Apana withdraws from House race
 •  Obama: Europeans, U.S. must renew ties
 •  McCain likely to reveal his VP before Olympics
 •  Army pencils in more troops for Hawaii bases
 •  'Surfboard polo' action at Waimea
 •  Residents plan protest of RimPac military exercise
 •  Tomorrow evening's Hanauma Bay event free
 •  Moloka'i, Lana'i getting zoning checks
 •  Recycling drop-off at high school tomorrow
 •  Library blessing still part of Rediscover Makiki event
 •  Kaiser High collecting recyclables tomorrow
 •  Lane closures continue to Aug. 15 on Kailua Road
 •  Salutes
 •  Community calendar
 •  Drugs seized, 2 arrested in raid
 •  Obituaries
 •  Politics a science of thwarting

 •  Mouton has field covered
 •  Waipi'o captures Majors state title
 •  School, city has staying power
 •  Fujikawa shoots 2-over 74, misses cut in Japan tourney
 •  Swimmer linked to 'complex drug'
 •  Weir in four-way tie atop Canadian Open
 •  Favre no closer to Green Bay
 •  WNBA suspends 11 for skirmish
 •  Delgado propels Mets into NL East lead, 3-1
 •  Return of service
 •  Andy Irons, Boyer inducted into Hall
 •  Free football clinic set for Palama Settlement
 •  Victory brings hope for U.S. men
 •  Rain halts Kim's round at Juniors
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Insult adds more mud to Swamp

Island Life
 •  Disco doc does the hustle
 •  Cottage by the Sea offering green chic
 •  Sharpen your ... laptops? The new school supplies
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Mellencamp sings about end of the road
 •  Screening room
 •  Family Fare
 •  Old musicals on big screen
 •  Tween star's lovable loser makes 'Wackness' dope
 •  Retro 'Mad Men' strives for accuracy
 •  Modern Kurosawa film, vampire classic on disc
 •  My view: 'Guitar Hero: Aerosmith'
 •  'Invinci-bugs' can spell trouble for gardens
 •  Home and garden calendar
 •  Auditions for Paliku's 'Miss Saigon' next week
 •  Huliau 2008 set for Saturday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Research links soy to male infertility
 •  New Zealand judge takes stand against kids' bizarre names
 •  Boys not better at math, study says
 •  Kalae Miles' debut CD a mixed blessing Audio

 •  First Hawaiian profits up 6.2% to $55.1 million
 •  U.S. slowdown hurts Starwood, Wynn
 •  Upgraded Foodland set for reopening in Market City
 •  Jobs and housing plunge again
 •  In Hawaii, about 2% of companies drive most of the economic growth
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Trade Names
 •  Surge in inflation hobbling Japan's economy
 •  Ford turns to Europe for help after its worst quarterly loss
 •  Subpoenas issued to key subprime losers
 •  Mortgage rates up sharply
 •  Hawaii Real Estate Report
 •  2 resorts on list of pricey suites
 •  GOP scuttles bill to tap into U.S. fuel stockpile

 •  Civil penalties offer sensible resource protection
 •  Oahuans deserve to vote yea or nay on rail
 •  Transition planning needs to start nowJohn McCain
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Vampire love Audio
 •  'X-Files' leads are back together
 •  Where there's a whole lot of strumming going on
 •  After Hours: Nightspotting
 •  Screening room
 •  Family Fare
 •  Old musicals on big screen
 •  Tween star's lovable loser makes 'Wackness' dope
 •  Retro 'Mad Men' strives for accuracy
 •  Modern Kurosawa film, vampire classic on disc
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Mellencamp sings about end of the road
 •  Kalae Miles' debut CD a mixed blessing Audio
 •  Chef puts longtime Waikiki restaurant back on top Photo gallery
 •  My view: 'Guitar Hero: Aerosmith'
 •  Now, an interview with Chris Rock! Oh, wait ...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands