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Articles for July 29, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Suspect arrested in fatal Ewa Beach stabbing
 •  Kailua woman charged with Kahala burglaries
 •  Wastewater spill reported at Sand Island
 •  Man swept off ledge near China Wall dies
 •  Police investigating Kaneohe stabbing
 •  Bainum camp challenges Caldwell candidacy
 •  Driver sentenced for '07 Waikiki pedestrian death
 •  Californian catches 973-pound fish in Hawaii
 •  Sumada named to state highway post
 •  Arizona boy, 11, displays right stuff in Waikiki
 •  1,000 meet on O‘ahu to discuss conservation
 •  Report: Constitutional Convention could cost almost $10 million
 •  Mistrial declared in stabbing death case
 •  Flat-bed in fatal Wahiawa hit-and-run is '06 Cutaway
 •  Things to do on Oahu today, tonight
 •  Teamsters endorse Hannemann again
 •  Sacred Falls State Park plan to be discussed tonight
 •  Inouye supports Stevens despite indictment
 •  Hawaii Conservation Conference opens at 9 a.m. today
 •  Hanauma Bay closed today, but not due to jellyfish
 •  Future uncertain for Maui pineapple workers
 •  Big Island’s Mountain View library reopens Monday
 •  Meeting tomorrow on Spreckelsville beach project
 •  Attempted Maui murder suspect held without bail
 •  New details released on suspected hit-run vehicle
 •  Pro-rail group releases list of supporters
 •  Weather: A bit rainy today, clearing by tomorrow
 •  Surf: Warning remains in effect for south-facing shores
 •  Catfish fishing applications accepted starting yesterday
 •  Big Island firefighters checking hotspots in brushfire
 •  Big Island pedestrian critically injured
 •  Golf: Wie skips a major, and some wonder why
 •  NFL: Favre faxes reinstatement letter to league
 •  MLB: Angels acquire Teixeira from Braves
 •  NBA: Judge gives disgraced ref Donaghy 15 months
 •  NFL: Cowboys CB Newman out again with strained groin
 •  NFL: Bills QB Losman misses practice with damaged thumb
 •  NBA: Hawks sign Evans to fill Childress’ spot
 •  NBA: Knicks waive Green, Jones a day after trade
 •  Tennis: Federer wins in 3 sets at Cincinnati Masters
 •  NFL: Latest injury weakens Ravens’ offensive line
 •  Sailing: U.S. club gets heave-ho in America’s Cup court fight
 •  MLB: Rockies place OF Podsednik on 15-day DL
 •  Olympics: Panel ends ban, says Iraq can go to games
 •  Olympics: Radcliffe to join British team, hopes to run
 •  MLB: Reds send Hairston to Louisville for rehab
 •  MLB: Yankees’ Milton throws in simulated game
 •  Soccer: Red Bulls’ Echeverry to have knee surgery
 •  MLB: Phillies recall Happ to take Eaton’s spot
 •  NFL: Manning makes it to town, whereabouts unknown
 •  Autos: NASCAR apologizes for Indianapolis tire fiasco
 •  NFL: Phillips a big hit at safety for Giants
 •  Tennis: Sugiyama, Kirilenko advance at Rogers Cup
 •  WNBA: League leads in sports diversity study
 •  Olympics: South African dispute over few blacks on teams
 •  Autos: Petty to use 3 drivers in No. 45 over next 3 races
 •  Olympics: Internet sites still blocked for reporters in Beijing
 •  CFB: Petrino suspends 2 Razorbacks after DUI arrests
 •  Olympics: FIG accepts USADA decision on Hamm
 •  CBK: Two WVU basketball players arrested in Pittsburgh
 •  Sailing: Spanish club will be America’s Cup challenger
 •  Tennis: Federer, Borg to team up for event in November
 •  Tennis: Radwanska advances in Nordic Light Open
 •  NBA: Bobcats, Okafor agree on 6-year, $72 million deal
 •  NFL: 49er battle heats up with Ulbrich in middle of action
 •  NFL: 49ers Lawson sprints back from injury
 •  NFL: Saints McKenzie cleared to practice
 •  Olympics: 4 top reserves competing for minutes with US team
 •  Chinese authorities tarnishing Olympics, claims Amnesty International
 •  Soccer: Ethiopia suspended by FIFA
 •  Soccer: UEFA earns record sum from Euro 2008
 •  Horse racing: Dutrow granted continuance on appeal of suspension
 •  On the air Tuesday: Red Sox-Angels, Giants-Dodgers
 •  On the air Wednesday: Baseball, boxing
 •  More Little Caesars outlets planned for Hawaii
 •  Kailua firm wins $5.78M defense contract
 •  Kapalua Farms begins sales to the public
 •  Surfing Goat Dairy recognized for humane animal care
 •  Study says China trade hurts Hawaii job market
 •  June visitor arrivals, spending post double-digit declines
 •  Stocks soar at close after another drop in oil prices
 •  Stocks jump after upbeat consumer confidence data
 •  Nobu offering weekday 'Apertivo!' feature
 •  New chair for Book and Music Festival announced
 •  Morning of Centering Prayer to be at Central Union
 •  Tabernacle to offer open house Aug. 16
 •  Augie T., live from the Hawaii Theatre to your living room
 •  'Kämau' revival features Jason Scott Lee
 •  Ballet offers Christmas in July discounts
 •  Candidate chaos points to electoral dysfunction

Local News
 •  Rail ads reaching much of the public
 •  Favorable poll results surprise rail backers
 •  Well-heeled fly high in private jets
 •  'It feels great to be back' Photo gallery
 •  McKinley assistant pleads guilty Video
 •  Annette Nahinu, legendary restaurateur Photo gallery
 •  Molesting suspect pleads not guilty
 •  Slain bicyclist's family renews appeal
 •  Republican challenges Caldwell replacement
 •  Massive Rimpac exercise ends today
 •  City worker guilty of theft
 •  Whale carcass flown to Oahu Photo gallery
 •  Oct. 18 race will raise money for ALS research
 •  Container mishap closes harbor pier temporarily
 •  Additional $2.6 million will pay for road barrier
 •  Senior health, resource fair at library Friday
 •  Construction-site bone reported to be ancient
 •  Inmate flees OCCC after meeting with attorney
 •  Community calendar
 •  Jellyfish swarm Hawaii beaches
 •  Obituaries
 •  Pineapple's demise still hard to take

 •  UH-Jones dispute nears end
 •  Otineru will take a breather this year for UH
 •  Kicker at home with Atlanta Falcons
 •  Paul Hamm pulls out of Beijing gymnastics
 •  Kapolei's Corpuz, 10, wins international golf crown
 •  Rodgers takes over as No. 1
 •  Chicago beats back Milwaukee, 6-4
 •  Hunter leads Angels over Red Sox, 7-5
 •  Favorites play on at Kailua doubles
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UH playing favorites once again

Island Life
 •  Snake Charmers
 •  Parents have homework, too
 •  Heat is on, and so are the rollers, hair spray
 •  In death, a lesson on how to live
 •  Award-winning musicians take stage
 •  Honolulu Symphony tickets on sale
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  In death, a lesson on how to live
 •  Actress ready for a 'Hair'-raising time

 •  Ka'anapali Beach Club lays off 34 employees
 •  Waikele Golf Club being sold for $23M
 •  Turtle Bay ranked among magazine's top 25 Isle hotels
 •  Bank of Hawaii profits rose 1.2% percent in 2nd quarter
 •  Retirement communities face cost challenges Audio
 •  Average U.S. price of regular gas falls below $4
 •  Americans drove 9.6 billion fewer miles in May than they did in 2007
 •  Tentative deal keeps ports running
 •  Workers stressed out by flood of bad news
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Real Estate Transactions
 •  Maui Pine issuing $40M in new debt
 •  1.6 million firms owe government $58 billion in taxes

 •  State has balanced, 'moderate' Sacred Falls plan
 •  Hot-button issues may prove pivotal
 •  Intervening, at times, the right thing to do
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Snake Charmers
 •  Heat is on, and so are the rollers, hair spray
 •  TGI Tuesday