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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 4, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Lingle to issue layoff notices to 1,100 workers
 •  Lingle to furlough 900 non-union workers
 •  House Speaker Calvin Say issues statement
 •  Felicia upgraded to hurricane
 •  Opening arguments begin in Hawaiian homelands case Video
 •  Maui woman found dead along roadway in Kailua, Kona
 •  Oahu sales of previously owned homes up 5.6 percent in July
 •  Vandals may have ended Maui drag racing season
 •  Hawaii pool owners to be surveyed
 •  Maui Council committee approves kuleana lands tax exemption
 •  No tsunami after 6.5 quake jolts southern Japan
 •  Old lifeguard towers replaced at Kauai beaches
 •  Suspect sought in theft of necklace from Pearlridge shop
 •  Sentencing delayed in Vegas casino shooting
 •  Suspect in Waianae assault case turns himself in
 •  Dangling sign closes one lane of Kapiolani Boulevard
 •  No sharks spotted at North Shore beach this morning
 •  Big Island firefighters rescue paddlers after outrigger swamps
 •  Longs Drugs parent CVS Caremark reports 15-percent profit increase
 •  Big Island man who died after crash had medical condition
 •  Jogger dies of injuries in July 14 Mililani accident
 •  McMackin briefly addresses gay slur on Warrior Beat Show Video
 •  Tickets for Viloria's Hawaii fight go on sale Thursday
 •  Rainbow Wahine soccer picked to finish second in WAC
 •  Diamond Head Classic, Maui Invitational matchups announced
 •  UH-Navy football game has earlier starting time, on ESPNU
 •  NFL: Panthers scrambling to replace mammoth Kemoeatu
 •  Kailua Racquet Club's Men's Night Doubles results
 •  Fujikawa's March of Dimes golf tournament Wednesday
 •  Nahaku Brown to coach Chaminade women's volleyball
 •  Ohio pitcher convicted of beaning fan
 •  NBA: Lakers to host James and Cavaliers on Christmas Day
 •  NFL: Tomlin still holding Ward out of Steelers’ work
 •  NFL: Long-shot receiver is Redskins’ ’Twitter king’
 •  NFL: Broncos’ favorite referee returns to Denver
 •  NFL: Chiefs RB Larry Johnson content headed in season
 •  Track and field: 5 Brazilians fail doping tests ahead of worlds
 •  NFL: Leinart fighting to keep backup QB job with Cards
 •  NFL: Agent: Cromartie fined by Chargers for tweet
 •  NFL: Bulger still learning new offense
 •  NFL: Okafor believes change could help him
 •  NFL: Packers GM won’t rule out interest in Vick
 •  Hockey: Jeremy Roenick expected to retire
 •  NFL: Browns’ WR Edwards still not practicing
 •  NFL: Vikings’ QB Jackson says he feared worst with knee
 •  NFL: Cowboys’ Spencer eager to go QB-hunting with Ware
 •  NFL: Chiefs sign WR Toomer
 •  NFL: Falcons WR White working out in Birmingham
 •  Ravens tackle Adam Terry placed on injured reserve
 •  NFL: 2 days, 7 dropped passes for Raiders rookie WR Heyward-Bey
 •  Tennis: Roddick ready for first action since Wimbledon
 •  NFL: Eagles reach deal with Maclin, lose LB for season
 •  NFL: With new team, Bears OT Pace feels rejuvenated
 •  NFL: Morgan makes bid to become 49ers’ top target
 •  CFB: Rodriguez convinced the spread is right offense for Wolverines
 •  MLB: Giants back to old road woes, fall to Astros, consider lineup change
 •  CFB: Top 25 Countdown: No. 20 Georgia
 •  On this date: 1945 — Byron Nelson wins his 11th consecutive PGA Tour event
 •  Shares of Central Pacific Financial jump 32 percent
 •  Hawaiian Airlines nation's most punctual carrier in June
 •  'Wedding Day' shows Maui Dream Wedding
 •  'So You Think You Can Dance' ending this week
 •  Military discount on snacks for 'G.I. Joe'
 •  Isles need federal help with migrant care

Local News
 •  Changes coming to UH
 •  Suspect in fatal shooting faces hearing tomorrow
 •  S. Korean, U.S. envoys meeting here today
 •  Hawaii highway patrol effort aids hundreds Photo gallery
 •  After almost 10 years, Hawaiian homelands suit set for trial today
 •  Hawaii may raid its hurricane relief fund to plug state's deficit
 •  $2B more needed for ‘clunkers’ rebates to keep rolling
 •  DHHL chairman Kane leaving position soon
 •  NTSB confirms pilots fell asleep
 •  Ocean is choking on trash Photo gallery Video
 •  Bill targets safety checks for mopeds
 •  College of Pharmacy gets $1 million gift for building
 •  Jogger hit by car July 14 died of her injuries on Friday
 •  Lifeguards rescue swimmers in distress at Spitting Caves
 •  Samoa Heritage Week events held all this week at park
 •  U.S. District Court judge applicants being sought
 •  Volunteers invited to community clean-up day
 •  Warning signs posted after shark sighting are removed
 •  Yearly Niu Estates garage sale takes place on Saturday
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  WAC warns McMackin
 •  'SOS' fund has raised $525,000
 •  Rainbows had magical season, bowl victory in '92
 •  WAC warns McMackin
 •  Rainbows had magical season, bowl victory in '92
 •  'SOS' fund has raised $525,000
 •  Kemoeatu injured
 •  Brewers edge L.A.
 •  UH volleyball picked to win WAC crown
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  A bowl matchup worth a look

Island Life
 •  Play fun, play safe Photo gallery Video
 •  Pampering yourself is key for new moms
 •  Fear, technology keep kids indoors
 •  Jackson's mom gets custody of his kids
 •  Take your family fishing — for free

 •  Hawaiian Electric's 4.7% hike kicks in
 •  Bankruptcies in July hold steady from previous month
 •  Hawaii online help-wanted ads down 20%
 •  Hawaii may raid its hurricane relief fund to plug state's deficit
 •  $2B more needed for ‘clunkers’ rebates to keep rolling
 •  Maui Land posts $54.2M loss
 •  S&P hits 1,000 mark for first time in nine months
 •  Medical center at Pali Momi to expand
 •  'Cash for clunkers' helps Ford post U.S. sales gain

 •  City must explain actions in dumping case
 •  Islands remain critical component of Pacific defenses
 •  Reform would help cancer patients
 •  Bankruptcy case