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Articles for June 21, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Hannemann meets Obama in Miami
 •  3 isle nonprofit groups merge into one organization
 •  Judge throws out lawsuit challenging OHA policy
 •  Maui's Nagata Store to close doors June 30
 •  2 missing foster teens found this past week
 •  Senate committee approves $123M for Hawaii projects
 •  Repairs from '06 quake continuing on Big Island
 •  Honolulu recognized for environmental program
 •  Downtown Hilo to get new traffic signals
 •  Car fire reported on H-2 north at Ka Uka off-ramp
 •  Surf: East-facing shores up a bit, 3-5 feet today
 •  Weather: Mostly sunny with a few rain showers
 •  Nanakuli man facing multiple sex-assault charges
 •  Honolulu doctor found guilty of drug charges
 •  Oahu electric customers will receive refund
 •  No luck Friday in search for missing plane on Big Island
 •  24,000 in Hawaii missing out on stimulus checks
 •  Maui's Kendall Grove wins fight in Las Vegas
 •  Blue Jays recall Saint Louis alum Brandon League
 •  Alex Ching captures Manoa Cup
 •  U.S. women win Peace Queen Cup soccer title
 •  Wie shoots 73 in third round of Wegmans LPGA tourney
 •  Saturday's Far West Regional semifinal results
 •  Flack's homer lifts North Carolina past Fresno State
 •  Ryan Sheckler wins Skateboard Park in Dew Tour opener
 •  Baseball: Red Sox's Matsuzaka has shortest outing of MLB career
 •  Baseball: Red Sox put relief pitcher Timlin on DL
 •  Diving: Troy Dumais gains Olympic berth
 •  Autos: NHRA's Scott Kalitta killed in crash
 •  Baseball: Babe's daughter makes final trip to Yankee Stadium
 •  Golf: Cink extends lead at Travelers
 •  Golf: Pettersen takes lead at Wegmans LPGA
 •  Gymnastics: Paul Hamm, Horton make Olympic team
 •  Diving: Loukas earns frist trip to Olympics in women's springboard
 •  Baseball: Reds place INF Cabrera on DL with finger injury
 •  Soccer: Russia beats Netherlands 3-1 in extra time
 •  College World Series: Georgia pounds Stanford to reach final
 •  Ex-N.Y. Giant Martin ends cross-country walk for 9/11 workers
 •  Tennis: Despite tantrum, Roddick ready for Wimbledon
 •  NHL: Kings acquire Richardson from Avalanche
 •  Horse racing: Jockey hurt, horse euthanized at Churchill Downs
 •  Golf: Roberts birdies No. 18 to lead Champions Tour
 •  Tennis: Karlovic beats Verdasco to retain Nottingham Open title
 •  Tennis: Wimbledon men's capsules
 •  Tennis: Wimbledon women's capsules
 •  Tennis: Williams sisters eager to make up for French flops
 •  NBA draft likely to finally separate Lopez twins
 •  NBA to ex-ref Donaghy: Pay for your shoes
 •  NHL: Kelly, Senators agree on four-year, $8.5 million deal
 •  Golf: Kaymer takes 6-stroke lead at BMW
 •  Gymnastics: Sprained ankle knocks Sender out of trials
 •  Olympics: James, Wade set to restore U.S. basketball pride
 •  Autos: Raikkonen wins pole for French GP
 •  Golf: Miller apologizes for comments on Mediate
 •  Baseball: Cubs put Zambrano on disabled list
 •  Tennis: Radwanska wins Eastbourne tournament
 •  Tennis: Tanasugarn wins Ordina Open
 •  Horses: Trainer says filly's failed drug test was sabbotage
 •  Baseball: Switcher vs. switcher confuses fans, umps
 •  Euro 2000: Turkey reaches semifinals on penalties
 •  Auto racing: F1 drivers angry about increased fee
 •  On the air today: College World Series, MLB, golf
 •  On the air Sunday: Baseball, golf, soccer
 •  Things to do today on Oahu

Local News
 •  Many retirees, vets miss out on $300
 •  Plan for harbor improvements revised Video
 •  HECO customers will get $19 refund
 •  Keiki prince's short life remembered Photo gallery
 •  Three lbs. of meth seized in bust Video
 •  Man, 56, charged with sex assault Video
 •  Dead man found at archery range
 •  Search for plane comes up empty
 •  Restaurant owner Calvin Nakashima, 81
 •  Isle TV newsman Larry Zerkel, 71
 •  Clinton to be featured at Obama campaign event
 •  McCain slams rival on NAFTA
 •  Don't expect quick fixes to ease pain at the pump
 •  Vog-protection measures planned Video
 •  Salutes
 •  Kauai woman, 84, hit while walking
 •  Obituaries

 •  Battle of ages set for Manoa Cup Photo gallery
 •  Real Hawaii 89 in boys U-19 semis Photo gallery
 •  Suzuki lifts A's past Marlins, 7-6
 •  Kono falls in publinx semifinals
 •  Johnson, Liukin 1-2 in gymnastics
 •  Pressel shoots 65 to lead Wegmans by 1
 •  Wie, Kim will be paired for U.S. Open
 •  Cubs sock ChiSox, 4-3
 •  North Carolina slams LSU to stay alive, 7-3
 •  Former Rainbow Hee wins gold glove
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  A show to love or loathe
 •  Loose Screws takes up space in improv comedy
 •  Goldfish, koi take spotlight at free show
 •  Movies, laughter session tomorrow at UH-Manoa
 •  Last chance to take in state fair
 •  Elmo, friends play Concert Hall
 •  Keiki Swap Meet fun, educational
 •  Online music offers break from classics
 •  Walk of Fame adding 25 stars
 •  'Rescue Me' answers fan calls
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Priests on loan boost Honolulu
 •  Participants plan a 'show of force, unity'
 •  Faith calendar
 •  'Other side' is a place for reunion
 •  Chinowa Kuguri celebrated July 12
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  Allergy risk tied to traffic pollution

 •  Mililani ends 40 years of building Video
 •  More Isle residents lost than gained
 •  Port contract talks 'collaborative'
 •  Glitch grounds Hawaiian Air flight
 •  Hoku's Idaho plant will team up with neighbor
 •  Summer jobs for teens scarce in this economy
 •  Ford tries to stop the bleeding
 •  Facing a layoff? Start stashing cash
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Nasdaq may delist go! parent Mesa
 •  Chinese unfazed by move to raise fuel prices 18%

 •  Obama disappoints on public-financing issue
 •  Cultural morality tale of fear, fraud, virginity
 •  From rail to ferry, and life in Isles
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Walk of Fame adding 25 stars
 •  'Rescue Me' answers fan calls
 •  Online music offers break from classics
 •  TGI Saturday