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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 25, 2008

Breaking News
 •  4 busted near airport with stolen property
 •  AAJA to host political panel on race and gender in elections
 •  Mililani man, 54, killed in H-1 collision
 •  Wildfire raging in Maui uplands
 •  Kona tour pilot's service tomorrow
 •  Chinatown armed robbery suspects arrested
 •  Maui boy among Sierra hike group found safe
 •  Services for Kauai Mayor Baptiste on July 6
 •  Hawaii students to showcase robotics at state exhibition
 •  Army IDs soldier found dead at Schofield Barracks
 •  Nanakuli man indicted in first-degree sex-assault case
 •  Crash wreckage to be removed from Mauna Loa
 •  Hawaii teen among hikers found safe in California
 •  Coast Guard halts fishing vessel trip for safety violations
 •  Sea lion pup born at Sea Life Park Hawaii
 •  Hirono announces $200K grant for Hawaii homeless veterans’ program
 •  Lingle releases $50K for Organ Donor Center of Hawaii
 •  Remains of soldier missing since Korean War ID'd
 •  Maui residents take oath for boards, commissions
 •  $250,000 released for Maui Art Center project
 •  Car crash reported H-1 east on-ramp at Kunia Road
 •  Arson suspected in Salt Lake apartment fire
 •  Makaha teen facing 10 felony drug charges
 •  Comments sought on Maui judge nominees
 •  Police seeking Puna sex assault suspect
 •  Surf: Nothing much expected on Oahu today
 •  Weather: Mostly sunny with an occasional shower
 •  Lingle releases $73K for homeless shelter kitchen
 •  Hanabusa to teach HPU political communication course
 •  Tigers call up Kamehameha alum Dane Sardinha
 •  Fresno State wins College World Series
 •  Preps: Casco, Massenburg named Maui's top athletes
 •  Baseball: Astros suspend pitcher Shawn Chacon indefinitely
 •  Jackie Robinson honored with new Hall of Fame plaque
 •  Soccer: Storms knocks out Euros TV
 •  Soccer: Germany scores late to beat Turkey in Euro semis
 •  NBA: Nuggets trade 20th pick to Bobcats
 •  NBA: Jermaine O'Neal for Ford deal almost set
 •  Tennis: Djokovic upset, Federer wins, Ivanovic scrapes by
 •  NBA mock draft: Updated first round
 •  NBA mock draft: Rose, Beasley, Bayless 1-2-3
 •  NBA Draft starts with Timberwolves at No. 3
 •  NBA: Hornets deal 27th pick to Blazers
 •  NBA: Analyzing the guards for the draft
 •  NBA: Analyzing the forwards in the draft
 •  NBA: Analyzing the centers for the draft
 •  NBA: Knicks’ Walsh to face tough crowd on draft night
 •  NBA: Bucks focus on Alexander as forward makes second visit
 •  NBA: Suns may be able to answer three pressing needs
 •  NBA draft underclassmen
 •  NBA draft order
 •  Horse racing: Jockey suspended for whipping mount's head
 •  NFL: Raiders sign Keller, waive Meyer
 •  MMA, Sports and Fitness Expo this week
 •  NFL: Giants sign guard to $43.5 million extension
 •  College basketball: UConn signs Auriemma to 5-year, $8M deal
 •  NFL: Free agent signings, team-by-team
 •  NFL: Remaining unrestricted free agents
 •  Baseball: Marlins sign 1st-round pick Kyle Skipworth
 •  CBKB: Tarvish Felton joins Utah State staff
 •  Soccer: Now 19, Freddy Adu fitting into US national team
 •  Track and field: Gatlin expected to appeal ruling
 •  Dutrow faces ban for horse's positive test
 •  Cycling: Tour de France riders tested for doping
 •  WNBA: Parker dunks again in Sparks win
 •  Olympics: Hotels in Beijing hurting as games near
 •  On the air today: Georgia-Fresno State title game
 •  On the air tomorrow: Golf, NBA draft
 •  Go! airlines to begin charging $25 for second checked bag
 •  Hawaii banana sales fall 18% in 2007 to $8.1M
 •  Go! passenger count up 51% in May following Aloha closure
 •  Poll: Slowdown has little impact on summer travel plans
 •  State official Onaka receives national honor
 •  Starwood plans new timeshare resort for Kaanapali
 •  Magazine ranks Honolulu 27th for 'greenest' commuters
 •  Fort Worth choir to give lunchtime recital
 •  Author to discuss 'Shifting Times'
 •  Registration open for the International Women's Leadership conference
 •  Saint Louis will premiere 'Rent' July 4 at Mamiya
 •  Beach preservation needs a proper plan
 •  Kai will bring special flair, skill to Olympics

Local News
 •  More park their car, take the bus
 •  Nuuanu residents fight subdivision
 •  Hawaiian groups plan own document
 •  Lingle to limit state spending
 •  Big Isle set to try public election funding
 •  Pets win reprieve on trail to Makapu'u
 •  To save gas, some drivers are going all out
 •  McCain promotes energy strategy, nuclear power
 •  Obama offers debt aid to Clinton
 •  Hearing set for alleged copper thief
 •  Traffic on H-1 bypass 'rather seamless' for first test in rush hour
 •  80,000 in Islands now have diabetes
 •  Big Isle prison prefabs get environmental OK
 •  Imua Family Services receives $10,000 grant
 •  Rotary Club launches drive for school supplies
 •  Urban Flava opens store at Pearlridge Center
 •  Imua Family Services receives $10,000 grant
 •  City receives award for Chinatown revitalization
 •  Canoe club's recycling drive is set for Saturday
 •  Big Island police made 16 DUI arrests last week
 •  BayFest celebration will include band's autographs
 •  Work begins on aging sailing ship
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Rail debate could be a pricey one

 •  Gator aid may help beat heat
 •  It's shaping up to be good year for Fonoti
 •  Wie aims at 're-emerging as a new player' during U.S. Women's Open
 •  Honolulu Marathon winner disqualified Video
 •  Dizon arrested for DUI six days before draft
 •  Fresno forces winner-take-all Photo gallery
 •  Another fast start propels White Sox
 •  Fujiki gets jump on college ball
 •  Texeira all-star winner
 •  Limping Davenport puts wrap on first-round win Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii linked to Olympic volleyball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Million reasons to call this a mismatch

Island Life
 •  Showtime Waikiki Photo gallery
 •  Rockers ready to break through?
 •  New show aims to demystify hospitals
 •  Get twisted in new Hawaiian Waters ride
 •  Island ways of eating
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Salmon, dill and cucumbers make a tasty chilled soup
 •  This hekka an easy dish that requires Nice long rice
 •  Salmon, dill and cucumbers make a tasty chilled soup
 •  Make your own tasty, low-fat croutons
 •  Dairy Queen to offer special Thin Mint Cookie Blizzard this summer
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Scores up; No Child law’s role not clear
 •  Jardine cribs recalled after 4 children trapped
 •  Young bullies — 'Barbie brats' — raise concerns
 •  Merriman expands to Kapalua

 •  Isles welcome influx of tourists from China
 •  Drop-in childcare service going national
 •  Castle, Kapi'olani-Pali Momi offer best values, study finds
 •  Peet's Coffee opens Waikiki cafe
 •  Former Tongg director Burton Roberts dies
 •  Consumer confidence sinking rapidly in June
 •  Countrywide takeover up for vote
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  FHB accepting Chinese credit card
 •  Dow Chemical raising prices again next month
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Lingle should release Medicaid payments
 •  New Zipper Lane rule will ease H-1 crunch
 •  Obama's pragmatism wins out over idealism
 •  Don't go mum on us, Barack
 •  Parsing the presidential campaign coverage
 •  Rail debate could be a pricey one
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  New show aims to demystify hospitals
 •  TGI Wednesday