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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 8, 2009

Breaking News
 •  New figures show Hawaii's revenue shortfall increased by $56M to $786M
 •  McCully man indicted on sex assault charges
 •  Man electrocuted in Kaneohe picking fruit Video
 •  City Prosecutor Carlisle to run for mayor when Hannemann leaves office Video
 •  Still no determination of what killed alleged Waikiki beer thief
 •  Nishiki pushing for Maui ordinance that would ban shark tours
 •  House committee postpones key vote on Akaka bill
 •  Coldwell holding mega open house event in Waikiki
 •  Rally supports Kahana Valley families who may face eviction
 •  Car sideswipes two vehicles and flips on Ala Moana Video
 •  Aiona opposes system to reduce CO2 emissions
 •  Firefighters resume operations against brushfire in Waiawa
 •  Hiroshima, Honolulu to commemorate 50 years of sister-city relationship
 •  Unclaimed settlement funds to benefit Hawaii Foodbank
 •  Police: McNair girlfriend behind murder-suicide
 •  Brian Ching scores goal in USA's Gold Cup soccer victory over Honduras
 •  Philadelphia going all-out for Shane All-Star campaign
 •  WAC renews Bowl Championship Series agreement with ESPN
 •  Makawao golfer Cyr advances in match play
 •  Associate: Mechelle McNair didn’t know of affair
 •  NBA: AP source says Mavericks to acquire Shawn Marion
 •  MLB: All-you-can-eat seats: Baseball fans pig out
 •  NBA: Boston Celtics sign F Rasheed Wallace
 •  Cycling: Voeckler wins 5th Tour de France stage; Armstrong still second overall
 •  NBA: Lakers make Ron Artest deal official with signing
 •  NBA: Magic sits tight as free agents cash in
 •  NBA: Warriors sign Stephen Curry
 •  Swimming: Phelps wins 200 free, 200 butterfly
 •  MLB: All-Star Wakefield gets AL-leading 11th win
 •  NBA: Kings sign top draft pick Tyreke Evans
 •  Swimming: Phelps wins 200 free, qualifies for world meet
 •  NBA: Pistons sign Ben Gordon and Charlie Villanueva
 •  NFL group makes it to Mount Rainier summit
 •  NBA: Free agent McDyess chooses Spurs
 •  NBA: Spurs sign former first-rounder Haislip
 •  NBA; Rockets granted injury exception for Yao
 •  NBA: Stoudemire puzzled by Suns’ plans
 •  Artest gets his wish, finally becomes a Laker
 •  NBA: Bucks sign 2nd round pick G Meeks
 •  College: Utah Valley officially Division I
 •  NBA: Raptors re-sign former No. 1 pick Bargnani
 •  MLB: Defending champ Morneau skipping home run derby
 •  Figure skating: Ex-champ Bobek posts bail, faces meth charge
 •  NHL: Saku Koivu leaves Montreal to join Anaheim Ducks
 •  UK police: Cyber criminals target 2012 Olympics
 •  CBKB: Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl gets $200K raise
 •  MLB: Ex-Mets star Dykstra files for bankruptcy in LA
 •  Auto racing: NASCAR asks appeals court to restore Mayfield ban
 •  NBA: Blazers are $7.7 million under cap
 •  UFL: New pro football league has rules of its own
 •  NBA: 'Birdman' Andersen reaches 5-year deal to stay with Nuggets
 •  Sailing: Alinghi unveils boat for America's Cup defense
 •  NBA: Pacers sign top pick Tyler Hansbrough
 •  NBA: Lakers re-sign free agent guard Shannon Brown
 •  Preps: Softball safety: More Iowa prep pitchers wearing protective masks
 •  Baseball: High Desert’s McOwen extends hit streak to 44
 •  NBA: Harden, Hansbrough steal summer league spotlight
 •  CFB: 2 Washington RBs ruled ineligible
 •  MLB: Zito turns in artful performance in Giants
 •  MLB: Ex-Toronto pitcher Bush pleads not guilty to DUI
 •  Basketball: U.S., Australia unbeaten at world junior championships
 •  Soccer: ESPN to show Premier League in Ireland
 •  Soccer: 2010 World Cup construction workers strike
 •  CFB: Cotton Bowl Classic tickets on sale
 •  NFL: Former Chief faces misdemeanor charge in accident
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 1939 — Bobby Riggs wins the men's singles title at Wimbledon
 •  Planned HECO hike would raise monthly rates by $6.48
 •  Honolulu-based Superb Internet opens Virginia facility
 •  Sportswear company Oxbow International to open Hawaii division
 •  Peeps hopping to their own store
 •  Kailua's Aweau dancing for a top 10 slot
 •  KCC offering wedding planner certification
 •  Take out or eat in at Kaumakapili fundraiser
 •  Book sale says temporary aloha to library
 •  BAMP lands Silversun Pickups, Modest Mouse concerts
 •  The Loft to launch In-Tone-Nation
 •  Richard Gere plays second to dog in film
 •  ‘Boy Meets World’ star finds place as TV host
 •  Whereabouts of Jackson’s body a secret
 •  Time for unions, management to cut to chase

Local News
 •  UPW files labor complaint
 •  Woman pleads for help in finding missing father
 •  Survey ranks Honolulu as 41st costliest place to live
 •  Ilikai shutting down as Waikiki hotel
 •  Man dies in Waikiki scuffle during alleged beer theft
 •  Hawaii teens had 'amazing' trip despite quarantine in Seoul Photo gallery Video
 •  Farewell to King of pop Photo gallery
 •  Wie on downswing but looking ahead
 •  Wie plays through to 'a great time ahead'
 •  Media made it easy for fans to say goodbye
 •  Passenger dies after driver allegedly ignores stop sign
 •  Toxicology results awaited in traffic deaths of teens
 •  Fire crews monitor wildfire, contain Makakilo blaze
 •  Blaze damages pasture on Pu'u Road near golf course
 •  Kahana tenants to rally against veto
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lingle, Democrats in political test of will

 •  UH adds defensive end
 •  Ishida worships time with Devils
 •  Armstrong teams up in fourth-stage victory
 •  UH adds defensive end
 •  Utah senator calls for BCS investigation
 •  Pistons reportedly have a coach
 •  Dodgers' Ramirez a hit before ejection
 •  Victorino grabs brief voting lead
 •  Jays will listen to offers for Halladay
 •  The first, and perhaps, the best
 •  FIFA suspends U.S. coach's son
 •  Transpac record for Alfa Romeo
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Pedaling against the odds in France

Island Life
 •  No dry spell at 'Harry Potter' premiere Photo gallery
 •  New weekly comics take a page from past
 •  Fresh spread Video
 •  ' 'wichcraft' will cast a spell on you
 •  Grilled chicken a low-cost crowd-pleaser
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Salad bar for everyone — at home
 •  Marinate a steak, grill it up for good summer eating
 •  Lucky laab dish offers taste of Laos
 •  A lighter crusted chicken Romano
 •  Recipe contest Saturday open to all
 •  Reader solves butter mochi cake problem

 •  Times to acquire Star Market stores
 •  Big Isle, Kauai home sales down
 •  Primo toasts statehood's 50th with new ale
 •  Maui Divers pulls Hilo Hattie bid
 •  Pickens drops wind farm plan
 •  As oil prices drop, so do hopes for speedy economic recovery
 •  Hawaiian passenger count jumps
 •  Jury says ex-CEO's firm doesn't owe $4.3B to AIG

 •  Procurement code needs a careful review
 •  Palin exit dims another GOP star
 •  Health-care issues await the sausage mill
 •  EIS brawl may stop rail plan in its tracks
 •  Lingle, Democrats in political test of will
 •  Health care