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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 10, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Officials report second death in Hawaii linked to swine flu
 •  Suspicious device at Iolani Palace turned out to be battery power pack
 •  Federal prosecutor nominated to be first female U.S. attorney in Hawaii
 •  Kauai doctor pleads guilty to charges related to illegal narcotics prescriptions
 •  Road reopens after Wahiawa traffic fatality
 •  Kamehameha teachers on Hilo awaiting union vote outcome
 •  National cemetery at Punchbowl closed for visit by Japan's royal couple
 •  Pacific Wings to raise rates after Maui airport dust-up with state
 •  Hawaii to get $10 million in stimulus money for energy programs
 •  Mostly cloudy weekend expected
 •  Giants' Jonathan Sanchez pitches no-hitter against Padres, 8-0
 •  Clay Stanley gets 16 points in USA volleyball loss to Italy
 •  MLB: Blanton leads Phillies past Pirates; Victorino 3 for 4, 2 doubles
 •  Victorino to get $25,000 All-Star bonus
 •  NBA: Blazers sign F Paul Millsap to offer sheet
 •  MLB: Angels put Hunter and Guerrero on DL
 •  MLB: Mets trade OF Church to Braves for OF Francoeur
 •  Cycling: Contador strikes in duel with Armstrong at Tour
 •  NFL: Browns WR Stallworth released from Miami jail
 •  NFL: Manning hopes revamped Colts 'hit ground running'
 •  Tennis: Croatia takes 2-0 lead over U.S. in Davis Cup
 •  NBA: Kings sign 1st-round pick Casspi
 •  Swimming: With Phelps out of pool, Lochte grabs spotlight
 •  NBA: F Brandon Bass headed from Mavs to Magic
 •  Poker: Leaders at World Series try to stay there
 •  Auto racing: NASCAR pleased GM out of bankruptcy
 •  MLB: Searchers recover body of ex-Cub Hollins
 •  NBA: Timberwolves sign 1st-rounders Flynn and Ellington
 •  Track and field: Gay sets year's best time in 100 meters at Rome
 •  MLB: All-Star Game Rosters
 •  NBA: Grizzlies waive newly acquired Jerry Stackhouse
 •  NBA: Suns sign first-round pick Earl Clark
 •  MLB: Halladay gets biggest All-Star bonus at $125,000
 •  MLB: OF Cruz to replace injured Hunter on AL squad
 •  Baseball: Cuba acknowledges top pitcher's desertion
 •  Colleges: Simon Fraser to become first NCAA member outside U.S.
 •  MLB: Astros claim C Coste off waivers from Phillies
 •  MLB: Mariners trade Betancourt to Royals
 •  Preps: Eight positive tests in 16,000 in Texas
 •  Auto racing: Tony George says he declined staying as IRL chief
 •  NBA: Blazers draft pick Mills breaks foot
 •  NBA: Grant Hill decides to stay with Suns
 •  Colleges: Minot State joining NCAA
 •  NFL: Chargers rookie RB wounded in Philadelphia shooting
 •  Family, friends mourn McNair's girlfriend Kazemi
 •  NHL: Canadiens sign defenseman Mara
 •  MLB: Cubs' Soto goes on disabled list
 •  MLB: Phillies OF Werth replaces Beltran as NL All-Star
 •  NBA: Moving forward: Mavericks aren’t being bashful
 •  MMA: UFC’s milestone event shows how far sport has come
 •  McNair’s girlfriend distraught over love and money
 •  MLB: Will Phillies gamble on Pedro Martinez?
 •  MLB: No ordinary night for Lincecum and Giants in victory
 •  Tennis: Szavay, Bondarenko reach Budapest semifinals
 •  Olympics: Women lose court bid to ski jump in Vancouver
 •  Boxing: Darchinyan, Agbeko ready to put words aside
 •  NFL: Doubters motivate former Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel in his pro hopes
 •  Swimming: Phelps has sore neck, drops out of 100 free
 •  Soccer: Obama hints he'll attend World Cup in South Africa
 •  On this date: 1999 — Team USA wins Women's World Cup over China in sudden death
 •  Hoku Scientific explores sale of company
 •  Ilikai Hotel's new owner says it will reopen if deal is ratified
 •  Hands-on "Color and Quilt!" event at HiSAM tomorrow
 •  Registration open for November Hula Conference
 •  Kupono Aweau makes top 10 in “So You Think You Can Dance”
 •  Duo harp recital at the Atherton in August
 •  Haleiwa Arts Festival to feature stand up paddling paintings
 •  APHASIA heading to Laughtrack Theater
 •  Social-networking aggregator sues Facebook
 •  Carrie Underwood to entertain troops
 •  Swedish papers plan photo boycott of Britney Spears show

Local News
 •  Transit tax behind schedule
 •  Pacific Command nominee points to China, N. Korea
 •  Trial of accused wife killer begins Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii mayors, unions have plan to trim budget
 •  Hawaii school board approves $227M in cuts, including salaries
 •  Proposed Hawaii library cuts include closing 5 branches
 •  El Nino's return may be stormy
 •  Law enforcement sweep results in 237 Isle arrests
 •  Pacific Air Forces chief nominated
 •  Funds for military projects OK'd
 •  2 Hawaii teachers among best in U.S.
 •  Keahuolu Village to have more than 2,000 homes
 •  Lihu'e man dies in crash broadside into tractor-trailer
 •  Movie producer Chris Lee will discuss Oahu studio
 •  Ho'ike at heiau tomorrow includes hula, Hawaiian food
 •  Hawaii gets $4M stimulus to help prevent homelessness
 •  $1M in federal funds will aid Isle teens leaving foster care
 •  Obama's sister to speak at fundraising dinner July 23
 •  Community calendar
 •  4 accused of digging up, dumping bodies Photo gallery
 •  Hau'ula church builds for future
 •  Obituaries
 •  Quest for camera's owner continues

 •  Phillies' Victorino is people's choice
 •  Alo showing a solid grip on sport at young age Photo gallery Video
 •  Monahan facing best in World Longboard meet
 •  Choi leads way with 68
 •  Sources: Bivens will be ousted
 •  Marlins reel off stunning 14-7 win
 •  Monahan facing best in World Longboard meet
 •  Nogawa's ahi tops record catch in Wai'anae tourney
 •  4 Hawaii boxers win silver medals
 •  Francis took career to great heights
 •  Complex four-team deal in NBA
 •  Armstrong holds on
 •  Maui's Cyr loses in amateur golf event
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Flyin' Hawaiian is no ka 'oi at politics

Island Life
 •  Pets on parade Photo gallery Video
 •  Statehood Day fashion memories wanted
 •  Korean festival gets head-start today
 •  On my ipod
 •  Screening room
 •  Landing 'Half-Blood Prince' role 'surreal' for actress
 •  Good parenting requires a little strategic thinking
 •  'The Wedding Singer' embraces the mullet era
 •  Changes mean it's game on for 'Moneyball' Photo gallery
 •  Date book
 •  The hot list
 •  Ongoing events

 •  State takes in $8.4M in delinquent taxes
 •  Cedar Grove acquires 146 acres
 •  More workers testing positive for marijuana
 •  Sale of insurance firm OK'd
 •  Retail sector limps through June
 •  GM ready to start over
 •  Vintage Surf Auction is July 18

 •  Judiciary cuts need hearing
 •  Fishery group must keep its books open
 •  Guam project needs U.S. workers, wages
 •  Whatever happened to Sarah the Barracuda?
 •  Plumage, but at a price
 •  Soft-drink tax

 •  Catch surf and dance moves
 •  Some wild and crazy guys with a snowstorm
 •  Korean festival gets head-start today
 •  College joke equals stardom for MGMT
 •  Screening room
 •  Landing 'Half-Blood Prince' role 'surreal' for actress
 •  On my ipod
 •  Yuzen shows promise with kaiseki meals Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  'The Wedding Singer' embraces the mullet era
 •  Anna Bannana's Video
 •  ' 'Aha 'Aina' a splendid feast for the eyes and palate
 •  Date book
 •  The hot list
 •  Ongoing events