Sponsored by:

Comment, blog & share photos

Log in | Become a member
The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 6, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Man dies at Waikiki hotel following robbery attempt
 •  Lingle's representative leaves meeting with unions, awaits formal proposal
 •  Washington Post editorial criticizes Abercrombie defense bill provision
 •  Rodney Joseph Jr. sentenced to life for killing 2 at Pali golf course in '04
 •  Hawaii teen says man tried to force her into prostitution
 •  Kauai man tries to sell stolen jewelry to owner
 •  Fort Weaver resurfacing begins Wednesday
 •  Hawaii county sues housing project company
 •  Man napping in car in Makakilo arrested for alleged ID theft
 •  Kailua woman says ex-boyfriend choked her
 •  State announces start of plum season at Kauai's Kokee State Park
 •  Elderly woman struck by SUV in Kahala Mall parking lot
 •  Projectile shatters man's windshield in Waianae
 •  Punahou again voted nation's best sports program by Sports Illustrated
 •  Colt Brennan back in Hawaii, looking stronger, heavier Video
 •  Roosevelt alum Chun wins gold at Canada Cup
 •  MLB; All-Star hopeful Victorino's 5 runs, 4 hits, 4 RBIs help Phillies to 22-1 win
 •  Relative: Police say woman with McNair bought gun
 •  UH football season tickets now on sale
 •  Soccer: 80,000 fans welcome Ronaldo to Real Madrid
 •  Cycling: Armstrong jumps from 10th to 3rd at Tour de France
 •  NFL: No issues: Dockett will attend Cardinals camp
 •  Poker: Top prize at World Series of Poker $8.55 million
 •  NBA: New Maverick Gortat is ready to cash in Cuban’s millions
 •  Tennis: Kournikova trades tennis racket for diamond ring
 •  McNair: A star quarterback’s brief affair ends in tragedy
 •  MLB: Pujols, Howard, Fielder and Gonzalez in HR derby
 •  NFL: Lions Hall of Famer Creekmur dead at 82
 •  Tennis: Second-highest Wimbledon final ratings since 2000
 •  MLB: Big Unit goes on DL with injured shoulder
 •  Swimming: Phelps tests his transformation into a sprinter
 •  MLB: Cubs trade INF-OF Freel to Royals
 •  Figure skating: Former champ Nicole Bobek charged in meth bust
 •  Public memorial, viewings set for ex-QB McNair
 •  MLB: AP Source: Tribune, Ricketts reach Cubs sale deal
 •  NBA: G Jason Kidd staying with Mavericks
 •  NBA: Wade says he’ll stay if Heat a title contender
 •  Fisher: McNair a ’great person,’ will be missed
 •  Public memorial, viewings set for ex-QB McNair
 •  Preps: Charges against N.Y. coaches dropped in hazing case
 •  NBA: Nets sign 1st-round draft pick Williams
 •  Auto racing: F1 boss Ecclestone insists he won't resign
 •  Former player pleads not guilty to killing Iowa high school football coach
 •  Tennis: Federer: 'I don't know if I can ever top this'
 •  Tennis: Federer returns to No. 1 with Wimbledon win
 •  Tennis: Citing hip injury, Roddick pulls out of Davis Cup
 •  Shooting unveils very different sides of McNair
 •  NBA: Kidd set to return to Mavericks with three-year, $25 million deal
 •  MLB: Giants’ Lincecum and Cain in All-Star Game; Sandoval a maybe
 •  NBA: Avery Johnson seems to fill Pistons’ bill, or does he?
 •  Golf: British Open-bound: Molder, Goydos and Snedeker
 •  Tennis: No solace for Roddick in coming close at Wimbledon
 •  Tennis column: Roddick impressive, memorable in Wimbledon defeat
 •  Horse racing: Jockey picked to ride Mine That Bird in WVa Derby
 •  On this date: 1933 — First major league All-Star game (Comiskey Park, Chicago)
 •  Hawaii crude oil imports rose 65% in April from year ago
 •  Hoku Scientific to get $5M in contract payments sooner
 •  Boutros has range, languages, genre and all that jazz
 •  Hot Club of Hulavile getting wild at the zoo Wednesday
 •  Registration open for Healthy Baby Contest
 •  Have valuables appraised at free event
 •  Actor Kal Penn starts job as liaison between White House, Asian communities
 •  Abdul optimistic on new ‘Idol’ contract
 •  Companion lectures offered at Hawaii Shakespeare Festival
 •  Summer heroes save world in own ways
 •  ‘Transformers’ tops box office with $42.4M
 •  More openness needed in telcom review

Local News
 •  No serious fireworks injuries
 •  2 teens killed in one-car crash
 •  Board vacancies may be a problem
 •  Hawaii hotels report occupancy dropping
 •  3 bidding for Oahu rail
 •  Taiwan leader draws protest Photo gallery Video
 •  Wie set her sights on being first woman in The Masters
 •  Volunteers clean up Fourth trash Photo gallery Video
 •  Students' S. Korea visit is lengthened
 •  N. Korean missiles pose greater threat
 •  Drives seek school supplies for keiki
 •  Moms anxious about diabetes
 •  Compromise key for health care bill
 •  UH-Hilo executive salaries likely to be cut, official says
 •  County suing firm it hired to build affordable housing
 •  Water use dropped slightly after drought declaration
 •  Hawaiian society groups honor community leaders
 •  Exhibitors sought for Pacific Finance Expo, Aug. 15-16
 •  Improvement Association's golf tournament is Aug. 5
 •  Disney monorail crash kills operator
 •  Heroic war pilot Kenneth Reusser, 89
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Federer captures record 15th crown Photo gallery
 •  Waikiki Beach Boys continues hot streak Photo gallery Video
 •  KAC, Hilo will play again for Pony title
 •  Wie ties for third after career-best 64
 •  Host Tiger wins by one stroke
 •  McNair's death ruled a homicide
 •  Pujols tops voting; will start at home
 •  Astros cruise, 7-1; Johnson injured
 •  Rangers slugger to return today
 •  He moved mountains so more could follow
 •  Armstrong 10th after 2nd day
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Literary classics, author says, are best beach books
 •  Take the stress out of traveling with your teen
 •  Fans celebrate tickets to Jackson service
 •  Curb environmental impact
 •  For the environment

 •  High diesel prices tough on truckers
 •  Modern job hunting requires more than just logging in
 •  Older jobless alter strategy
 •  Federal judge approves GM sale
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Focus must shift to forging fair settlement
 •  As world warms, farms must adapt
 •  Digital networks must be protected
 •  'I made a mistake' is a flimsy excuse
 •  Poor roads