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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 31, 2008

Breaking News
 •  State expects $50M loss in tax revenue
 •  Hawaii’s 4-day work week trial begins Monday
 •  Maui County responsible for Moloka'i water supply, state says
 •  Peace bell ringing Aug. 6 to mark Hiroshima bombing
 •  Kahuku beach cleanup planned
 •  Waikiki beach treat for sick kids Saturday
 •  Three robbed in Manoa home invasion
 •  Hannemann raises $642,000 in first half of '08
 •  Woman escapee caught in Waianae
 •  State Elections Commission backs chief officer
 •  Ewa Beach murder suspect charged
 •  Maui police officer testifies he almost ‘got hit’
 •  Life in prison ordered for Kirk Lankford
 •  Defect likely caused fatal '07 Kauai chopper crash
 •  $500K devoted to Waikiki Beach restoration
 •  House OKs $544M for Hawaii military projects
 •  State flags to fly at half staff for former legislator Chong
 •  Nimitz Highway lanes to be closed for utility work
 •  Army completes destruction of 71 chemical munitions
 •  Things to do today, tonight on Oahu
 •  Junior lifeguard championships are Saturday at Ala Moana
 •  State ID processing set for Aug. 9 at Mililani High
 •  Vog ravaged Big Isle crops declared a disaster
 •  Record high temperature tied Tuesday on Kauai
 •  $220,000 released for forest reserve improvements
 •  Big Island police searching for missing Puna woman
 •  UH grad students taking disaster prep course
 •  Award-winning planner Robin Foster dies
 •  Weather: Trades to weaken a bit over the weekend
 •  Fujikawa shoots 82, will miss cut in Japan tournament
 •  Wie shoots 1-over 73 in men's golf event
 •  Top prep Nevada LB commits to UH
 •  Commissioner puts off Favre reinstatement
 •  Maui clubs united heading into state regatta
 •  Manny Ramirez traded to Dodgers
 •  Ken Griffey Jr. traded to White Sox
 •  Olympics: Sharapova says she will miss Games
 •  Olympics: James scores 20 in debut, leads U.S. over Turkey
 •  Olympics: Beijing pollution better, more measures considered
 •  Olympics: Beijing’s advice on what not to wear
 •  Source says trade of Favre to Vikings or Bears is possible
 •  Olympics: Wade expects to leave with gold, not bronze, around neck
 •  Olympics: Secret’s out about Beijing Games opening ceremony
 •  NBA: Okafor officially signs 6-year, $72 million deal
 •  NFL: Chris Henry suspended for 4 games by NFL
 •  Tennis: Federer loses again; could lose top ranking
 •  Baseball: Marlins acquire LHP Rhodes from Seattle
 •  Track and field: 7 Russian athletes busted for doping by IAAF
 •  Olympics: A jittery China awaits the Olympics
 •  NBA: Kings’ Artest brings up cultural issues regarding proposed trade
 •  CFB: Georgia Tech kicks off the Paul Johnson era
 •  NFL: Journeyman O’Sullivan in hunt for 49ers QB job
 •  NFL: Ravens sign offensive lineman Slaughter
 •  NFL: Jackson a no-show through 7 days of training camp
 •  NFL: Steelers sign veteran kick returner Drummond
 •  NFL: Titans release wide receiver Mike Williams
 •  China TV, US agency IMG launch sports venture
 •  Golf: Inkster shoots 65 to take early lead at Women's British Open
 •  NFL: Titans Vince Young eager to prove how hard he has worked
 •  On the air Thursday: Angels-Yanks, USA hoops, golf
 •  Central Pacific Financial reports $52M in losses
 •  Retired hotel workers to rally tomorrow in support of rail project with Waikiki route
 •  Sea Life Park to lay off 44 amid tourism slump
 •  Matson raises shipping fuel surcharge to 42.25%
 •  Hirai named VP at Stryker Weiner & Yokota
 •  Hawaii food safety study to be discussed at Mainland workshop
 •  S&P raises credit outlook for Hawaii Pacific Health
 •  NTT Docomo customers get expanded coverage in Hawaii
 •  Tesoro Hawaii execs work to restore profitability
 •  Scrabulous returns with new name and new rules
 •  'Change Bandits' sought to help ill keiki
 •  All South Shore Beach Cleanup set for Saturday
 •  Kumu Kahua lands $71,250 grant from state
 •  'Three Phantoms' returning for 3 shows
 •  Lingle must enable work of long-term care panel

Local News
 •  Paperless voting considered
 •  Stabbing leaves family reeling
 •  Vog could hurt Big Island tourism, too, officials say Video
 •  Urban planner Robin Foster, 58, community volunteer
 •  Widow: Fundraiser cash undelivered
 •  Bainum has new house, but it's not in District 5
 •  Ramp will give next Superferry vessel increased flexibility
 •  Rapper 'should be ashamed'
 •  Obama ready to duel on taxes
 •  Obama compared to Spears, Hilton
 •  Biopsy shows no skin cancer
 •  Honolulu revenue shortfall has city cutting spending
 •  Voters a step closer to deciding on rail
 •  College a challenge for autistic
 •  University of Hawaii president expected to get $21,000 raise
 •  Conservation forum fosters hope
 •  Calculator still cool to carry to class
 •  Library features past Olympians
 •  $8 million judgment against mortuary
 •  Zoning panel OKs 3 Kapolei projects
 •  Junior lifeguards vie for championship Saturday
 •  Free screening tonight of 'The Thin Green Line'
 •  Free county bus will be circling through town
 •  Xeriscape open house, plant sale on Saturday
 •  Horton-Schuler program gives $25,000 to schools
 •  China Wall drowning victim was fisherman, 58
 •  Closures on H-2 ramps and Meheula Parkway
 •  Hawaii car sales plummet 19.6%
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Pulling their own weight Photo gallery
 •  Warriors' Bain working to keep what he's earned
 •  UH lands Kauai High hurler
 •  Nike's swimmers can use Speedo's suits
 •  Sisler has 3-shot lead in women's state stroke play
 •  Bounty of connections in Reno
 •  Big Island champ expected to defend
 •  PGA Tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Body clock told me it's good time to play
 •  Loss gives Hose appetite for redemption
 •  Packers' president meets up with Favre
 •  Victorino helps Phillies regain NL East lead
 •  Yankees acquire Tigers' Rodriguez
 •  Laguna Niguel maintains billfish lead
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Fit together
 •  Are today's TV shows too hot for kids?
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Blue Zones offer lessons on longevity
 •  Astaxanthin not proven for sun protection
 •  Tykes tip
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Oblivious texters accident-prone
 •  Blue Zones offer lessons on longevity
 •  Mind your tween's nutrition
 •  Diamond Head holds 'Les Miz' auditions

 •  Hawaii's gas price average hits $4.50
 •  Tesoro profit for 2nd quarter plunges to $4M, from $443M
 •  Airport now has 3 new restaurants
 •  Mesa payment helps Hawaiian earn $54.3M Video
 •  Lemon Law won consumers $490,000 in refunds last year
 •  Santa may have to skimp as shops raise prices
 •  Microsoft Word has some nifty options you can use
 •  Starbucks focuses on 2009 as it lowers outlook for year
 •  Contract boosts Hoku shares 15%
 •  Fed extends its emergency loans into next year
 •  Lemon Law won consumers $490,000 in refunds last year

 •  Visiting days essential for inmates, families
 •  Gift of school supplies lifts barrier to learning
 •  For now, Iraq's future looks promising
 •  Global competition the new reality for Isles
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Are today's TV shows too hot for kids?
 •  TGI Thursday