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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 30, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Village Park man in court today for sex-assault charges
 •  Royal Kunia barricade situation unresolved
 •  3 Wahiawa men accused of attempted murder
 •  State, Hawaii BOE remain at odds over teacher drug testing
 •  Makiki man arrested for drug, gun offenses
 •  Missing California man sought on Big Island
 •  Wahiawa man reported missing
 •  HPD officer injured while arresting racer
 •  Kauai drive-by shooting suspect identified
 •  Tonight’s 'Other Worlds’ astronomy lecture to focus on exoplanets
 •  Human remains found off Big Island’s Kamilo Point
 •  3 Hawaii ‘innovators’ receive governor’s award
 •  Woman, 20, reportedly stabbed in Iwilei area
 •  Trial begins in Leeward Coast killing
 •  Homeless to be evicted from Nimitz Highway
 •  Announcement of 2009 Iraq deployments excludes Hawaii
 •  New GI Bill steps up veterans' educational benefits
 •  Ala Wai, Maunalua Bay channels to close for Fourth of July fireworks
 •  Koolauloa health center gets $600,000 state grant
 •  Honolulu ranked among worst for building personal wealth
 •  Temporary change in Kalihi Valley for TheBus
 •  Nation’s first Okinawan studies center opens at UH-Manoa
 •  Things to do: Friends of the Library book sale at McKinley High
 •  Obama, Bill Clinton finally speak
 •  Obama disowns critique of McCain’s military record
 •  Ka Uka Boulevard to be closed for repaving
 •  Iraq opens six oil fields in hopes of boosting production
 •  Legal assistance to start at Kauai courthouse
 •  Another record for oil prices as Wall Street fluctuates
 •  AP-Yahoo News poll: 9 in 10 hit hard by gas prices
 •  Bush signs $162 billion war spending bill
 •  China quake damage estimate at $6B
 •  Japan punishes custom officials for planting drugs
 •  Mostly sunny skies forecast for today
 •  No significant swells this week
 •  Siren, Emergency Alert System tests set for tomorrow
 •  Bryan Clay headed to Beijing
 •  Kaufman qualifies for high jump finals at U.S. trials
 •  Track and field: Smoky haze settles over Eugene
 •  Olympics: Brooks named to US men’s water polo team
 •  Hongzhe Sun qualifies for semis at US Olympic swim trials
 •  Tiger Woods on crutches recovering from rebuilt knee
 •  Scotty Nguyen wins $2 million at World Series of Poker
 •  Tennis: Nadal in quarterfinals at Wimbledon
 •  Tennis: Top 4 women's seeds out at Wimbledon
 •  Swimming: McGregory, Coughlin set world records in 100 back
 •  Tennis: Federer in quarterfinals at Wimbledon
 •  Gang witnesses link Tyson to NYC contract killing
 •  Baseball: Griffey’s 603rd homer wins it for Reds
 •  Olympics: US waives gun restrictions for Beijing
 •  NBA: Jamison signs 4-yr, $50M deal to stay with Wizards
 •  Baseball: Ramirez apologizes for shoving Bosox employee
 •  NBA: Bobcats, Okafor prepare for negotiations
 •  NBA: Lakers extend offers to Vujacic, Turiaf
 •  Baseball: Dodgers Pierre goes on DL with sprained knee
 •  Baseball: Chacon released by Astros, union to file grievance
 •  Baseball: Yankees’ Bobby Murcer recovering
 •  NHL: Avalanche re-sign Foote, Lyles
 •  Cycling: Floyd Landis loses appeal of doping ban
 •  Baseball: Giants’ Sanchez shows promise for the team’s future
 •  Soccer: Hernandez selected best player at Euro 2008
 •  NBA: Knicks’ quest for LeBron will drive decision-making
 •  NBA: Heat still have holes to plug in free agency
 •  NBA: Magic may make move for Maggette
 •  NBA’s free-agent pool not terribly deep
 •  On the air Monday: Baseball, arena football, tennis
 •  On the air Tuesday: Baseball, Wimbledon
 •  Beer shipments to Hawaii down 5.8% in May
 •  Hawaiian Holdings added to Russell 3000 Index
 •  Hilo Hawaiian Hotel wins award for banquet facilities
 •  Go! airlines parent earns $9.4M in second quarter
 •  Student scholarships available for the Maui Writers Conference
 •  Maui Writers Conference contest offers a free trip for aspiring writers
 •  Maori arts workshops slated for August
 •  Aina Haina library to host Alzheimer’s program
 •  Contemporary Museum's Art Spree to be July 12
 •  A-list actresses flock to Paris for couture shows
 •  Planning city skyline requires better height limits

Local News
 •  Oahu skyline expands with taller buildings
 •  Teacher drug tests still unresolved
 •  Illegal workers a 'great concern' in Hawaii
 •  Teens get advanced eco-science training Photo gallery
 •  Hirono travels to Iraq for progress report Video
 •  What a delicious way to spend a weekend Video
 •  Former senator to push Akaka bill
 •  Island nonprofits feeling the slump
 •  Lingle to extend homeless shelter proclamation
 •  At Guantanamo, tattoos become the latest rage
 •  Deal on U.S. bases in Iraq seen as crucial
 •  Soaring fuel prices plague military, too
 •  24 on Oahu charged with DUI in 30-hour span
 •  Pahoa man dies after collision in Puna district
 •  Kauai bog gets 'milestone' new fence
 •  Kunia Road lanes will shut down for striping
 •  H-1 lanes shutting down nightly until Thursday
 •  Farrington lanes closing daily through Thursday
 •  Library hosts program with Ronald McDonald
 •  100 volunteers sought for Saturday clean-up effort
 •  Advisory group receives award for marsh project
 •  On-ramps will close this week for resurfacing
 •  Draft study of Hilo Bay water available July 2
 •  JACL lunch to honor 3 for service
 •  Obituaries
 •  Preserving 'Ewa Marine Corps field an uphill struggle

 •  Hawaii's Clay rises above competition
 •  Kane'ohe cruises to victory at Ma'ili Beach Photo gallery
 •  Phelps, Hoff open swim trials with bang
 •  U.S., other squads opt for Japan
 •  Inbee Park takes Open title
 •  Sardinha sparks Tigers
 •  Gay blazes to wind-aided 100 victory
 •  Copeland went from gridiron to iron body
 •  Bell, Merkle win Junior PGA titles
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Here comes kindergarten
 •  Nothing like a superhero movie — or 8 — when times are glum
 •  'Potter' fans know how to rock out
 •  Give your sofa an instant facelift
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Give your sofa an instant facelift

 •  Sea Life Park ready for more changes
 •  Aqua Hotels to run Park Shore
 •  Less air, road travel forecast for July 4th holiday
 •  Brothels feeling squeeze of high fuel prices, tight economy
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Visitors to Kauai
 •  More casinos are finding benefits in going green
 •  Residents face new life after U.S. Sugar
 •  With tire prices rising, consumers are delaying purchases
 •  Hawaii lab firm bought for $121M

 •  City needs plan for burials, sites along rail route
 •  Hawaii's safety net has become shredded
 •  Flurry of Israeli diplomacy in a fluid Mideast
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Monday