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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 3, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Hawaiian Electric to increase rates for Oahu customers 4.7%, effective today
 •  Jogger dies of injuries in July 14 Mililani accident
 •  Two swimmers rescued at Spitting Caves
 •  Shark warnings taken down on Oahu's North Shore
 •  North Korean nuclear talks to begin tomorrow at East-West Center
 •  Suspect in Keeaumoku-area slaying appears in court
 •  Fast-fading Lana passes Hawaii, but new storm brewing off California
 •  South shore surf will diminish in the afternoon, weather service says
 •  Junior lifeguard championships to be held Saturday
 •  Hawaii schools part of post-9/11 GI bill program
 •  Senate denies Obama bid to cut rural-energy grants
 •  Hawaii commission gathering names for federal judgeship
 •  Guam AG to probe how government used buildup funds
 •  Woman pulled from ocean waters in Waikiki
 •  Hawaii's Miss Teen wins $1,000
 •  WAC reprimands McMackin
 •  NFL: Panthers starting DT Maake Kemoeatu tears Achilles' tendon
 •  Rainbow Wahine favored to win WAC
 •  NFL: Redskins Campbell throws pick; fan yells for 'Colt Brennan'
 •  MLB: Dodgers bring back Manny bobbleheads
 •  UH's Wichmann named 2008-09 WAC's Stan Bates Award female recipient
 •  NFL: Mouton returning kicks as finding new returner among Titans’ few needs
 •  NFL: Lynch’s 3-game suspension will stand
 •  Nevada Supreme Court considers releasing O.J. Simpson
 •  Ex-Giants receiver Burress indicted on weapons charges
 •  Boxing: Quebec coroner seeking Gatti documents
 •  NFL: Arizona WR Doucet goes down with sprained shoulder
 •  NFL: Additions bolster Lions LB corps
 •  NFL: DE/LB Robert Ayers agrees to deal with Broncos
 •  NFL: Williams ready to replace T.O. as Cowboys’ top WR
 •  NFL: Atlanta RB Michael Turner loves linemen’s edge
 •  NFL: Dan Rooney missing first Steelers camp since ’30s
 •  NFL: Redskins DT Haynesworth’s knee problem not serious
 •  NFL: KC Chiefs make changes to beef up anemic pass rush
 •  NFL: Rams’ Long feels like a veteran
 •  NFL: Tempers flare at heated Jets camp
 •  CFB: Florida's Urban Meyer gets raise to $4 million annually
 •  NBA: Timberwolves sign center Hollins to offer sheet
 •  Boxing: Thousands expected for ex-champ Forrest's funeral
 •  NFL: Bengals QB Palmer back to practice
 •  NFL: Falcons QB Ryan, TE Gonzalez feed off each other’s intuitions
 •  NFL: Broncos fullback shows he’s still a bone-rattler
 •  MLB: Freddy Sanchez’s strong debut sparks Giants
 •  MLB: Steroid era over — just not the way we imagined
 •  NFL: Owen Wilson? Nope, just Redskins’ K Shaun Suisham
 •  NFL: Bearded bunch: Jags trying to create camaraderie
 •  Autos: Massa leaves hospital in Hungary, on his way home
 •  NFL: Bengals’ RB Benson bounces back
 •  NFL: Cable’s teaching method wins over Raiders’ assistants
 •  NFL: WR Josh Morgan impresses in Niners’ camps
 •  On this date: 1949 — The National Basketball Association is formed
 •  Hawaii bankruptcies in July up 72%
 •  New name, brokerage for two Isle Realtors
 •  St. Francis receives grant from Atherton Foundation
 •  Pali Momi hospital increasing ER rooms by 20%
 •  Number of Hawaii online job ads falls
 •  Maui Land & Pineapple reports $54.2M loss
 •  Jazz group Audible Oracle anchors Wednesdays at Apartm3nt
 •  Soul Saviour Film Festival set for Sept. 23
 •  Hawaii has spot in restored ‘Green Hornet’ DVDs
 •  Vintage Hawaii travel posters up for auction
 •  ‘Zits’ creators will let their teen boy age
 •  Company lands deal to sell ‘Harry Potter’ decals
 •  Another star may emerge from the Ken Burns oeuvre
 •  Jazz saxophonist does his Groove thing
 •  Joan Rivers has plenty to say on new TV show
 •  A telenova star takes career to U.S.
 •  City must explain actions in dumping case

Local News
 •  Net enticement hard to assess
 •  Officials say film no threat to Kauai
 •  Diamond Head work starts next year
 •  Honolulu Airport contract probed
 •  Hawaii's homeless, rousted from parks, now living in remote areas Video
 •  Hawaii schools' failure to meet benchmarks troubles officials
 •  Anglers turn out for last try at catfish Video
 •  Suspect charged in fatal shooting
 •  Pot grower, 81, will serve 30 days in jail
 •  Second phase of boat ramp improvements starts today
 •  Ultralight fliers rescued after crash in Hanapepe
 •  Brushfire near townhomes apparently was no accident
 •  Man accused of forcing woman into prostitution
 •  Fire in studio apartment causes $2,000 in damage
 •  U.S., South Korea to hold talks in Hawaii
 •  Obituaries

 •  Wie makes Solheim Cup
 •  Warriors will miss coach, lineman
 •  Gentleman's game fits Ishii to a tee
 •  Warriors will miss coach, lineman
 •  Save our sports
 •  Tiger's 69th win special
 •  Funk wins U.S. Senior Open
 •  Steelers awaiting payday
 •  Harvin agrees to deal; Jackson sits out
 •  Cabrera hits for cycle in 8-5 win
 •  Phelps wins fifth gold
 •  Islanders capture West World Series
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Plastic plight
 •  Green and gay combine in Seattle
 •  Trend is red, sculpted with a touch of leopard Video
 •  Crowe's rep denies report of pub ban
 •  Gizmo can sense toilet overflow, cut off water
 •  For the environment

 •  Hoku hopes bonus plan retains execs
 •  Loyalty — or lack of it — affects happiness in workplace
 •  Japan's Big Tobacco challenged in court
 •  'Clunkers' program boosts Ford sales
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Keeping cool with a mug of beer
 •  To cut medical costs, rein in the legal ones
 •  On birth, and the death of conservative movement
 •  McMackin, slur

 •  Trend is red, sculpted with a touch of leopard Video