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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 28, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Stinging jellyfish a problem at Hanauma Bay, Waikiki
 •  Paia beach project meeting Wednesday
 •  Pet extortion suspect arrested in Nanakuli
 •  Laie man accused of Waikiki purse theft
 •  Rare stranded beaked whale dies on Molokai
 •  Diamond Head, Manoa Valley theaters dominate Pookela Awards
 •  Ships returning to Pearl Harbor as Rimpac ends
 •  Sewage spill reported at Sand Island Bridge
 •  OCCC inmate escapes while on supervised release
 •  Interns helping Kauai County set up computers
 •  PETA pressures military to stop using animals for trauma training
 •  Junior lifeguard championships on Saturday
 •  Former investigator in prosecutor's office pleads guilty
 •  3 Maui County schools cited for fire safety violations
 •  Hana Village Marketplace left incomplete
 •  Special-ed assistant pleads guilty to sex assault
 •  Obama camp confirms plan for Aug. 12 event in Hawaii
 •  Minister accused of molesting pleads not guilty
 •  Fumes scare briefly closes part of Kawaihae Harbor
 •  $2.6 million released for Kalanianaole Highway work
 •  Small craft advisory issued for all channels
 •  Showers likely today
 •  Rapid response team meets with laid off Maui workers
 •  Catfish fishing applications accepted starting today
 •  Bone tested and found to be ancient
 •  Big Island firefighters checking hotspots in brushfire
 •  Hunt continues for escaped OCCC inmate
 •  Pair of HYCF escapees captured
 •  2 Waikiki purse-snatchers arrested
 •  Waipio man being held for feds
 •  Big Island pedestrian critically injured
 •  Medical examiner studying bone found in Waikiki
 •  Kapolei's Corpuz, 10, wins international golf title
 •  Injured gymnast Paul Hamm not going to Beijing
 •  Rainbow Wahine volleyball picked to win 13th WAC title
 •  Ex-UH and 49er receiver Ashley Lelie out with calf injury
 •  Tennis: Top seeds win at Kailua Men's Night Doubles
 •  Baseball: Dragons cut player whose hard slide preceded brawl
 •  Baseball: Posada to have season-ending shoulder surgery
 •  Olympics: Reserves competing for minutes with U.S. men's hoops team
 •  Baseball: Cubs top Brewers, 6-4
 •  NBA: Timberwolves, F Gomes agree on 5-year deal
 •  NBA: Vujacic signs three-year contract with Lakers
 •  NBA: Pistons agree to deal with former No. 1 pick Brown
 •  NBA: Nuggets get Balkman from Knicks
 •  NBA: Free agent Ricky Davis signs with Clippers
 •  NFL: Colts stadium flooding adds $5.6M to cost
 •  NBA: Timberwolves, F Ryan Gomes agree on 5-year deal
 •  NFL: Rams end breaks finger in drill
 •  Baseball: Cubs say closer Kerry Wood not close to returning
 •  NFL: RB Grant sits out as Pack works on deal
 •  NFL: Titans All-Pro kicker Bironas strains groin
 •  NFL: Preseason schedule
 •  Olympics: Beijing cites numerous threats
 •  NFL: Giants T Shane Olivea was addicted to painkillers
 •  Golf: Norman turns down exemption to PGA Championship
 •  CBKB: Indiana guard Crawford transfers to Xavier
 •  Gymnastics: Bhavsar gets Hamm's spot on Olympic team
 •  Baseball: Braves put Jones, Hudson on DL; demote Reyes
 •  NFL: Chad Johnson sits out; Odom hurt at Bengals camp
 •  Auto racing: No more stops in Music City for IRL drivers
 •  NBA: Disgraced ref described as compulsive gambler
 •  Golf: Chris Wood turns pro following British Open success
 •  Golf: PGA Tour FedExCup Leaders
 •  NFL League won't discipline Marshawn Lynch in hit-and-run
 •  Olympics: 2 dead birds found at Hong Kong equestrian site
 •  NFL: Ex-Raider Sims’ getting used to wearing 49ers red
 •  NFL: Vikes' McKinnie learns new tricks from newcomer Allen
 •  NFL: Offseason spending spree has Vikings thinking big
 •  NFL: Green Bay won’t move on until Brett Favre does
 •  Olympics: New-look Wade’s behind the scenes look at team
 •  Olympics: Events in Beijing all sold out
 •  Olympics: Confident US arrives in China; James practices
 •  Olympics: Japan holds ceremony for Beijing-bound athletes
 •  Tennis: Szavay, Pin advance at Nordic Light Open
 •  Tennis: Robredo opens Cincinnati Masters with win
 •  Tennis: Bartoli overcomes sore leg, wins Rogers Cup opener
 •  On the air Monday: Red Sox-Angels, Giants-Dodgers
 •  On the air Tuesday: Red Sox-Angels, Giants-Dodgers
 •  Honolulu-based Sopogy wins national award
 •  Maui Land & Pine to close on $40 million in new financing
 •  Bank of Hawaii profts up 1.2% in April-June quarter
 •  Stocks retreat today
 •  Interfaith group to hear discussion of gay marriage
 •  Merwin, Kingston to appear at Maui reading
 •  Actor Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa pleads guilty to harassment
 •  State has balanced, ‘moderate’ Sacred Falls plan

Local News
 •  Most in Honolulu say they won't use rail regularly, poll shows Video
 •  Military in Isles an unknown factor in presidential election
 •  Isle parish plans $3 million church for Father Damien
 •  Classes pave way to a new career
 •  Rimpac troops seize beach in maneuvers at Bellows Photo gallery Video
 •  Summer school under the big top
 •  Battle looms over Koa Ridge
 •  Special Olympics is short $50,000
 •  Mine-resistant vehicles vulnerable to rollovers
 •  Veterans Affairs can expand advertising
 •  Vets seek help adjusting to college life
 •  Meetings will seek input on improving aid to kids
 •  Elementary school will promote healthful lunch
 •  Waipahu District Park gym to reopen today
 •  Roadwork closing some H-1 eastbound lanes
 •  Maui County Fair Parade applications available
 •  Police boost enforcement of DUI, speeding laws
 •  Training for volunteers at hospice starts Aug. 20
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lawsuit in crash of copter in Iraq to claim negligence
 •  Classes pave way to a new career

 •  Mitchell blows away Moloka'i-Oahu field Photo gallery
 •  Stanley helps U.S. win first World League title
 •  Victorino homers in Phillies' 12-10 victory Video
 •  May-Treanor, Walsh win again
 •  Reavie breaks through for first PGA victory
 •  Bears shell out big for Hester
 •  Gossage at long last enters Hall of Fame
 •  Hawaii Babe Ruth team wins opener
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  Rival co-stars return to CW's '90210'
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Sustainable living is a family affair
 •  Pain at the pump could be beneficial
 •  Dots or stripes? Now, kids can choose both
 •  For TV film criticism, it's the end of an era
 •  Local show looks for Japan's best
 •  Rival co-stars return to CW's '90210'
 •  Save the planet
 •  Environment calendar
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Kama'aina deals grow as hotels feel the pinch
 •  Aircraft likely to launch new space race
 •  New disability rules concern advocates, business owners
 •  Review local restaurants, hotels for Zagat
 •  Honolulu remains among top tourism cities in U.S.
 •  State troopers struggling with soaring gas costs
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Visitors to Big Island
 •  Avalanche-prone park area to stay open
 •  iPhone demand, buying process burden Apple
 •  Restaurant opens at Market City
 •  Coming Events

 •  State must move fast to clear ag import backlog
 •  No time for delays; move ahead on rail
 •  Monsters and moral hypocrites of our age
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  For TV film criticism, it's the end of an era
 •  Local show looks for Japan's best
 •  Rival co-stars return to CW's '90210'
 •  TGI Monday