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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 9, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Oahu crime fell for fourth straight year in 2007
 •  Fumes in Kapolei send nine to hospital
 •  Waianae purse-snatching suspect arrested
 •  Punahou grad promoted to rear admiral
 •  Man accused of Honolulu credit card scam
 •  Suspect in Kaneohe killing arrested
 •  Kauai rockslide cleanup completed
 •  USS Kitty Hawk will take part in Rimpac exercise
 •  2 hurt, traffic backed up after car overturns on H-1
 •  Kapiolani water-main break repairs will continue overnight
 •  Waikiki drowning victim was Tokyo man, 40
 •  'Flavors' offers pre-sale incentives
 •  Big Island council approves anti-marijuana grant
 •  Lanes reopen after tar, asphalt spill on H-1
 •  No ruling today on OHA case
 •  Lawmaker to hold post-session forum in Wahiawa
 •  Major airlines roll back weekend fare increase
 •  Hilo man dies in waterfall jump
 •  Yemen: Dispute over extradition hampers U.S. ties
 •  More clouds, but little rain today
 •  Navy ship rescues small boat
 •  Kennedy to be released from hospital
 •  Swell subsiding, but great surf remains
 •  Trial period for new bus route starts today
 •  Kula Reserve to close for repairs
 •  Oahu road closures this week
 •  Kauai road projects this week
 •  Maui road closures this week
 •  Big Island road closures this week
 •  Golf: Okino qualifies for U.S. Women's Open
 •  Michelle Wie qualifies for US Women's Open
 •  Griffey hits No. 600 against Marlins
 •  Giants Michael Strahan retires
 •  NFL: T.O. missed random drug test; WR calls it ’not a big deal’
 •  NFL: Bears release Benson following 2nd arrest
 •  Poland bids farewell to a young volleyball player
 •  NBA column: Lakers not tough enough
 •  Baseball: Mariners fire hitting coach
 •  NBA: Ratings up for Game 2 of finals
 •  Soccer: France draws 0-0 with Romania
 •  Soccer: Dutch beat world champion Italy 3-0
 •  Hockey: Red Wings goalie Hasek retires
 •  NCAA: University of Oregon wrestlers sue to keep sport
 •  NBA: Suns introduce new coach Terry Porter
 •  NBA: Michael Curry will be Pistons’ next coach
 •  NFL: Bills RB Lynch had corrective eye surgery
 •  NBA: Bulls to offer coaching job to Del Negro
 •  NFL: Stabler arrested on DUI charge
 •  Table tennis: Pingpong diplomacy to be commemorated in rematch
 •  Litke: Horse racing skips party, goes straight to hangover
 •  Tennis: Ivanovic officially takes over at No. 1
 •  OIympics: Beijing bans fireworks during Summer Games
 •  NFL: Veteran WR Robinson retires
 •  On the air today: Baseball, soccer, football
 •  On the air tomorrow: Lakers-Celtics Game 3
 •  FDA says Hawaii tomatoes not involved in salmonella scare
 •  Hale Koa worker set rally to urge contract agreement
 •  McDonald’s pulls tomatoes over salmonella concerns
 •  Apple unveils faster iPhone, chops price
 •  Aloha Airlines office furniture to be auctioned Thursday
 •  Hawaiian Airlines' May passenger count up 26%
 •  Stocks finish widely mixed after Friday’s sell-off
 •  Asian markets fall on worries over oil prices
 •  MLP's David Cole to ring NYSE closing bell Wednesday
 •  Smash Mouth to perform Aug. 2 at Shell
 •  'Kung Fu Panda' messes with Sandler's box office mojo
 •  Backlog in warrants needs prompt solution
 •  Library’s reading plan a smart investment

Local News
 •  'Pit Stop' curbs auto thefts
 •  Developer a friend to abused keiki
 •  Rail's use of energy subject of debate
 •  U.S. gas average passes $4 gallon
 •  Ferry's traffic impact minor
 •  Center's first robotics festival a big hit Photo gallery
 •  Kamehameha's birth celebrated at Capitol Photo gallery
 •  Partially finished homes are gone
 •  Driver in hit-run turns himself in
 •  Wahine Surfing Classic overcomes fiscal adversity
 •  Army options include more troops
 •  WWII-era bomb destroyed in London
 •  War creates shortage of night vision gear
 •  Suspect sought in fatal bar stabbing Video
 •  Public input sought on NW preserve
 •  Retirement community gives seminars for seniors
 •  Northbound Kunia Road lanes closing for work
 •  More closures on H-1 in Kapolei-Kunia, Waipahu
 •  Moloka'i advisory group meets publicly tomorrow
 •  Ho'iki 'ike O Wai'anae Festival will be Sept. 21-28
 •  Free kidney screenings will be available June 22
 •  Fort Weaver widening project will close lanes
 •  Obituaries
 •  Domed 'SBX' radar not to blame for interference in Isles

 •  Kane'ohe edges Koa Kai in Hui Wa'a
 •  Baldwin alum Saito signs with Royals
 •  Grand Prix hopes to make big racket Photo gallery
 •  Celtics fend off Lakers, 108-102 Photo gallery
 •  Tseng scores first major win
 •  Phillies sweep Braves
 •  Fresno State staves off elimination, 8-6
 •  Ex-Warrior Owens tears ACL while with AFL team
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Reading can be rewarding
 •  'Black Knight' surfing legend lives on
 •  TV's 'Star' rising for country music
 •  Singles finding love (and first marriages) after 45
 •  There's a science to raising kids
 •  There's a science to raising kids
 •  Major networks to 'Stand Up to Cancer'
 •  Keep it simple
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
 •  There's a science to raising kids

 •  Isle doctors, hospitals press Lingle for cash
 •  Telecommuting gets a new boost
 •  Maui determined to clear its beaches of cigarette butts
 •  Washington tourism feels the fuel pinch
 •  Marrakech oasis battles pace of growth
 •  Housing downturn batters homebuilders
 •  Asia cities gain as major centers of world commerce

 •  Governor must unclog grants-in-aid pipeline
 •  OHA grant to DHHL comes at critical time
 •  Pakistan's pullback worrisome for U.S.
 •  Bugs Bunny could teach us a thing or two
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Major networks to 'Stand Up to Cancer'
 •  TGI Monday