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Articles for July 3, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Man charged in sex assault of 13 year old girl
 •  Waialae Avenue is closed between 16th and Ekaha avenues
 •  Aiea residents water restored Video
 •  Car goes into fountain at Hale Koa Hotel
 •  Lingle, top officials meeting to discuss state's next step
 •  Hikers find body of Kauai man at bottom of Opaekaa Falls
 •  Japan’s royal couple begin two-week tour of Canada, Hawaii
 •  Slain woman was former Big Island high school rodeo standout
 •  Teen dies of apparent drowning in Shark's Cove
 •  Firefighters contain brush fire in Waianae
 •  Bellows Beach Park to be reopened to public today
 •  Hawaii fishing ban on 'Deep 7' bottomfish goes into effect July 6
 •  Coast Guard urging Isle boaters to have safe weekend
 •  Bus fire reported in Kaneohe-bound lanes of Likelike Highway
 •  Russia-US summit a chance to jumpstart ties
 •  High surf advisory continues for all south shores
 •  Holiday weekend weather: Mostly cloudy
 •  Kmart accused of harassing older Honolulu worker
 •  Dentists do their civic duty cleaning up Magic Island
 •  MLB: Ramirez hitless in return from suspension
 •  NBA: Source: Turkoglu cuts off talks with Blazers
 •  Slater wins Brazil surfing contest; Kauai's Barca ties for 5th
 •  Federer seeks 15th Slam vs. Roddick at Wimbledon
 •  MLB: Manny Ramirez apologizes to fans, teammates
 •  NBA: Phil Jackson says he'll return to Lakers
 •  Poker: Celebs attract gawkers as World Series main event begins
 •  Mystery surrounds missing top Cuban pitcher
 •  NBA: Report: Celtics offer Wallace a contract
 •  NHL: Nash re-ups with Jackets for 8 years
 •  MLB: Minnesota's Target Field to open April 12
 •  MLB: Red Sox pitcher Dice-K's to rehab in Florida
 •  Auto racing: Stewart on pole after rain washes out qualifying
 •  WNBA: Candace Parker to resume playing for L.A. Sparks
 •  Figure skating: Kwan returning to ice for August show
 •  Baseball trove may have long-missing docs from N.Y.
 •  WNBA: Phoenix police: Mercury's Taurasi cited for DUI
 •  New league will consider signing Vick
 •  Cycling: Armstrong under doping watch at Tour de France
 •  Cycling: Sastre: Armstrong needs to learn about respect
 •  MLB: Lil’ Tim a big man among baseball Giants
 •  NBA: Let Jason Kidd walk now so Mavericks can run in 2010
 •  NBA: Mike Bibby apparently plans to remain with Hawks as 76ers make inquiries
 •  NBA: Mavericks set to woo Marcin Gortat away from Magic
 •  MLB: As All-Star manager, Manuel might have to stiff his Phillies stars
 •  Tennis: Sisters set up another final confrontation
 •  MLB: Will Giants cut loose Fred Lewis and his shaky glove?
 •  CFB: Florida’s arrests under Meyer garnering attention
 •  MLB: Ranger Josh Hamilton’s return has no guarantees
 •  Tennis: Anna Kournikova out for the season
 •  Soccer: Owen joins Man United with 2-year deal
 •  Soccer: Cherundolo returns from injury for U.S. in Gold Cup
 •  Auto racing: France defends NASCAR's drug policy
 •  MLB: Dellucci brought up by Blue Jays
 •  NHL: Selanne: Next season with Anaheim his last
 •  Tennis: Federer reaches 7th straight Wimbledon final
 •  On this date: 1966 — Tony Cloninger first NL player to hit two grand slams in one game
 •  Hawaii Coffee Association to hold annual trade show on Maui
 •  EEOC alleges Kmart subjected Honolulu worker to age harassment
 •  Parent of go! airlines wins appeal in Delta case
 •  Rock 'n Swap kids' clothes at Aloha Tower July 11
 •  “Da Mayah” returns to Kumu Kahua
 •  ArtSpree takes over the The Contemporary Museum July 11
 •  Tour the sky tonight at Bishop Museum
 •  Hawaii produced cartoon debuts on NickToons Sunday
 •  'Aloha Shorts' celebrates Halloween on Sunday
 •  Veto pen should spare key state programs

Local News
 •  Focus on swine flu sharpens
 •  No-permit fireworks gaining Photo gallery Video
 •  Fourth of July holiday
 •  Hawaii court blocks state furlough plan Photo gallery Video
 •  Home sales up in Honolulu in June, but prices are down
 •  38 Honolulu drivers ticketed on first day of cell phone ban
 •  Ruling paves way for education cuts
 •  U.S., allies prepare for N. Korea launch
 •  Police can afford more recruits
 •  Ex-UH quarterback arrested
 •  Woman hurt in H-3 crash Photo gallery
 •  Better times ahead for Kapolei drivers Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii Superferry can give ships to lenders, court says
 •  Kilauea goes dark after rockfalls
 •  Orchidland Estates death reclassified as homicide
 •  Staffing shortage leaves library open 12 hours a week
 •  Anti-meth program invites volunteers to meeting
 •  Public invited to comment on sewer-pipe project
 •  ALS support group to mark Lou Gehrig retirement day
 •  President of Taiwan's visit means traffic complications
 •  'Suspicious package' at high school wasn't bomb
 •  Floating pool toys a drowning risk Photo gallery
 •  Students 'walked where Father Damien walked' Photo gallery Video
 •  Royal couple's health may affect tour
 •  Obituaries
 •  Long-lost class ring searching for owner

 •  60 years catering to tastes of Hawaii fans
 •  Wie fires 65, trails by one
 •  College prep program to track participants
 •  Trapasso reportedly a candidate at Washington
 •  College prep program to track participants
 •  Jets' Pace suspended four games
 •  Bees clear the field during Astros' win
 •  Williams sisters make finals
 •  Kapa'a's Tom gets USTA honor
 •  Kozlovich beats sun for charity
 •  17-year-old Wilcox a surprise grand champ
 •  Three national titles for Hawaii
 •  Sperling a cut above in Hawaiian Islands
 •  No hookups with $1M fish
 •  Sports notices
 •  Kim dials in record 62 to top AT&T National
 •  UH-Hilo assistant coach dies
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  A schedule guaranteed to bring success

Island Life
 •  Strumming into fashion design Photo gallery Video
 •  Mother, daughter introduce jewelry inspired by yoga
 •  Back stories overshadowed in 'Spelling'
 •  On my iPod?
 •  For Makana, slack-key is all about aloha
 •  Screening room
 •  'Do the Right Thing' celebrates 20th year
 •  Playing outlaw Dillinger was a natural fit for Depp
 •  Carradine died of asphyxia, expert says Photo gallery
 •  Korean film free at Sunset on Beach
 •  Versatile pork tenderloin makes for healthy meal
 •  Two ways to use up old bread
 •  Versatile pork tenderloin makes for healthy meal
 •  Two ways to use up old bread
 •  Date book
 •  The hot list
 •  Ongoing events
 •  CD Reviews Audio

 •  Internet tax veto revives affiliations
 •  No cramp in shop's style Photo gallery Video
 •  Konishiki to lead Japan campaign
 •  Northeast gets Hawaii crackers
 •  Marshals seize Madoff home, forcing out wife

 •  Time to get back on track for the big count
 •  Hawaii stands at energy crossroads
 •  As we age, we learn value of dependency
 •  Hybrid buses

 •  Strumming into fashion design Photo gallery Video
 •  Mother, daughter introduce jewelry inspired by yoga
 •  Black Eyed Peas ready to shake up Bayfest
 •  Back stories overshadowed in 'Spelling'
 •  Tihati's Cha Thompson shares D.C. lu'au memories
 •  Screening room
 •  'Do the Right Thing' celebrates 20th year
 •  Playing outlaw Dillinger was a natural fit for Depp
 •  On my iPod?
 •  For Makana, slack-key is all about aloha
 •  CD Reviews Audio
 •  At Your Kitchen, food melts in the mouth
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  Get in on the weekend's red, white and kaboom
 •  First Friday, then fireworks
 •  Date book
 •  The hot list
 •  Ongoing events