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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 13, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Killer of Waikiki Good Samaritan gets 30 years
 •  Woman dies after car plunges off Laie Point
 •  Lingle vetoes bill to increase affordable-housing requirement
 •  Hawaii's latest swine flu fatality was man in his 40s
 •  Government workers offer to take 5% pay cut
 •  Coast Guard, NOAA, Army divers pull tons of trash off reefs
 •  Woman arrested in Kalihi after attack on bus driver
 •  Argument leads to threatening arrest in Hawaii Kai
 •  Prison time, fine for separate insurance fraud cases
 •  Near drowning reported at UH swimming pool
 •  Eight colleges in Hawaii participating in Post-9/11 GI Bill program
 •  Big Island police seek woman in theft of wallet forgotten at cash register
 •  Man arrested for arson at Ala Moana condominium
 •  Japan's royal couple wrapping up Canada tour
 •  A Prince becomes a home-run king
 •  MLB: Sources: Phils to sign Martinez if he passes physical
 •  NBA: No. 1 pick Griffin scores 27 in summer league debut
 •  MLB: Roy Halladay open to playing for Yankees
 •  NBA: Magic match offer from Mavs to retain Gortat
 •  MMA: Brock Lesnar a sore winner in UFC bout with Mir
 •  MMA: UFC champion Lesnar creates controversy with words, actions after bout
 •  MLB: Cubs exploring bankruptcy filing, sources say
 •  Lincecum, Halladay to start All-Star game; Victorino gets nod in center field
 •  MLB: Nationals fire Acta; Riggleman is interim manager
 •  NFL: Jets release veteran TE Franks
 •  MLB: Pedro Martinez to take physical for possible Phillies contract
 •  Day 10 of the World Series of Poker main event
 •  NFL: Bucs sign DT Miller, release QB Griese
 •  NFL: Patriots sign CB Darius Butler, second-round pick
 •  Youth baseball: Chiba City, Japan locks up berth to LLWS
 •  NFL: Ravens’ WR Mason retires
 •  NBA: Clippers pursue Allen Iverson
 •  NBA: Suns reach agreement on signing Frye
 •  NHL: Judge rejects request for Reinsdorf deposition
 •  Soccer: Beckham on good terms with Donovan
 •  Boxing: Police eye wife in Gatti’s death
 •  NBA: Hawks announce deals with Bibby, Pachulia
 •  Company seeks return of seized poker winnings
 •  NBA: McGrady switching jersey numbers
 •  Colleges seek to cut costs in tough economic times
 •  NBA: Nuggets acquire Afflalo, Sharpe from Pistons
 •  Soccer: Landon Donovan selected MLS All-Star for 9th time
 •  Baseball: Cuban defector Aroldis Chapman signs with agent
 •  NHL: Jacques Lemaire returns to NJ Devils as coach
 •  NBA: Cavaliers sign guard-forward Anthony Parker
 •  MLB: Dodgers CEO doesn't judge Manny Ramirez
 •  Soccer: Iraq beats Palestine 4-0 in Baghdad
 •  NBA: Riley makes sure Wade knows how much team wants him as its cornerstone
 •  NFL: Vikings’ offensive coordinator visits Brett Favre’s workout in Mississippi
 •  MLB: Giants’ Sandoval still has chance to be on All-Star team
 •  Preps: Softball pitcing mound to be moved back
 •  On this date: 1943 — AL wins the first night game in All-Star Game history, 5-3
 •  KHON owner files for bankruptcy
 •  “10 Things I Hate About You” premieres tonight on ABC Family
 •  Ag challenge at farm fair this weekend
 •  Grand Cafe takes a step back in time
 •  Festival celebrates Island diversity
 •  Haili's hops across the street
 •  Special ticket offer for No Doubt extended
 •  HIFF putting 10 English subtitled films from Japan on NGN
 •  Japan’s royals renew an enduring friendship

Local News
 •  Orchestra fund push lags
 •  Statehood panels will look to future
 •  Aiona says he opposes 'cap and trade' system
 •  Hawaii school scores expected to rise again
 •  Hawaii condotel unit owners feel pinch as tourism continues to fall
 •  Bogus credit card led to Hawaii's largest identity theft investigation
 •  World's top deaf surfers hit the waves Photo gallery Video
 •  Henry T. Takitani was Maui legislator
 •  State cutbacks worry shelters
 •  Army's failing troubled soldiers
 •  Kim dying of cancer, report says
 •  Water main repairs slow Leeward traffic
 •  Health legislation likely to miss target
 •  Kamehameha high school teachers vote to unionize
 •  $10,000 reward offered for conviction in horse shootings
 •  Right-hand H-1 Freeway lane will close during week
 •  Senate panel OKs $24M for East-West Center
 •  Boys & Girls Club opens its own recording studio
 •  Air ambulance firm adding two new aircraft to its fleet
 •  1 man killed, another injured in pre-dawn 1-vehicle crash
 •  Palin staying in national political arena
 •  Community calendar
 •  George Shor, 86, spurred continental drift theory
 •  Support sought for return of 400 acres
 •  Obituaries

 •  Kailua crews second to none Photo gallery
 •  Her sights were set on gender equity
 •  Dodgers win; roll to 56-32 at break
 •  Ji whiz ... what a way to win Open
 •  Stricker stays hot to win by three
 •  Three All-Star subs chosen
 •  Armstrong third; eyes next year
 •  Gatti's wife arrested in probe
 •  Monahan falls in world longboard event
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Bright idea Photo gallery Video
 •  Reality TV a 'crazy' world for Isle dancer
 •  Going organic doesn't mean going broke
 •  Jackson ex to attend custody hearing
 •  Clean and freshen around home
 •  For the environment

 •  Bailout funds may help small firms
 •  Bad job evaluations becoming more costly for workers
 •  Island floriculture sees book as boost
 •  U.S. gas prices ease; Honolulu tops nation
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Alternatives crucial to fill library needs
 •  Pedestrian safety effort gains ground
 •  The Health State needs health care reform
 •  Arts education teaches the art of expression
 •  Pay raises