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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 16, 2009

Breaking News
 •  66% of Hawaii schools failed to meet goals under No Child Left Behind
 •  Lingle announces 2 furlough days a month for herself, Cabinet, deputies Video
 •  BOE holds off on library closures for now
 •  Hawaiian cowboys greet emperor, empress during Big Island trip
 •  Army to resume Makua Valley exercises, but restrict weapons
 •  Hawaiian Air to sponsor eight-team hoops event with UH as host
 •  Hawaii-born graphic designer Michael Okuda honored by NASA
 •  Honolulu credit union warns of text-message scam
 •  Decision on Abercrombie campaign-funds request delayed
 •  Liliha car fire appears to have been set deliberately
 •  Police catch, arrest alleged purse snatcher in Kailua
 •  Officials call off search for boater reported missing off Magic Island
 •  Kapolei man, 79, tells police his wife stabbed him
 •  Hawaiian Air to sponsor eight-team hoops event with UH as host
 •  3 ex-Rainbows help Australia in upset of Japan in World Cup of Softball
 •  Not so tweet: Brian Ching fined for Twitter criticism of referee
 •  UH's newest coaches, Takahara-Dias, Wade, at Murphy's Thursday
 •  Softball: New-look Americans win home debut
 •  Former gym owner says he never gave Clemens HGH
 •  Soccer: Beckham back as Galaxy beat Red Bulls 3-1
 •  MLB: Moyer, Howard lead Phils past Marlins 4-0
 •  NFL: 2009 team-by-team schedules
 •  NFL: 2009 week-by-week schedule
 •  MLB: Dodgers' Ramirez returns to Mannywood
 •  NHL: Gretzky agrees to give deposition in Coyotes case
 •  MLB: Phillies' Howard becomes fastest to 200 HRs
 •  NBA: Jazz to keep F Paul Millsap
 •  Auto racing: F1 team Toro Rosso fires French driver Bourdais
 •  McNair's death ignites more infidelity discussions
 •  Soccer: Beckham's 1st home game with Galaxy is sellout
 •  NBA: Free agent in ’10, or extension now for stars?
 •  Leslie Visser voted No. 1 female sportscaster
 •  Horse racing: Injury to scratched Derby favorite prompts lawsuit
 •  Tennis: Schnyder, Errani into Palermo Open quarterfinals
 •  NFL: Drug charge against Packers' Jolly to be refiled
 •  NFL: Skins get Kentucky DE Jarmon in supplemental draft
 •  Poker: A glance at who's at the final table of the WSOP
 •  Last 9 at WSOP sent home to prepare with $1.26M
 •  Football: Graham Harrell headed to CFL with Roughriders
 •  NBA: Kahn plans trip to Spain to discuss Rubio buyout
 •  US skier injured in escalator fall
 •  WNBA: Mercury suspend Taurasi after DUI arrest
 •  Southern California teen youngest to sail solo around world
 •  Charles Barkley 499-1 long shot at Tahoe celebrity golf
 •  U.S. skier Cody Marshall injured in escalator fall
 •  CFB: Holtz leads class being enshrined in Hall of Fame
 •  NFL: Cowboys' Romo does non-endorsement video spoof
 •  CFL: Graham Harrell headed to Saskatchewan
 •  Cycling: WADA asks court to ban cyclist Hamilton for life
 •  College baseball: Texas' Garrido gets 4 days in jail in DWI case
 •  Cycling: Armstrong stays 3rd at Tour; Sorensen wins stage
 •  NBA: Timberwolves' Kahn plans trip to Spain to discuss Rubio buyout
 •  Cycling: Earpiece ban overturned at Tour de France
 •  China boycotts opening of World Games in Taiwan
 •  CFB: Urban Meyer to Notre Dame rumors are magically delicious
 •  NFL: Hurry and step right up for those tickets, Jets fans
 •  Hockey: Doctors blameless in death of Rangers draft pick
 •  WNBA: Storm's Lauren Jackson out indefinitely
 •  Tennis: Verdasco reaches quarterfinals at Swedish Open
 •  Tennis: Simon, Kohlschreiber upset in Stuttgart
 •  Tennis: Benesova advances to quarterfinals of Prague Open
 •  Cycling: Cops arrest ex-Serbia coach in doping raid
 •  Auto racing: Mosley-backed Todt will run for FIA presidency
 •  ESPN, Sky buy Scottish soccer rights
 •  On this date: 1989 — Betsy King wins her first U.S. Women's Open
 •  Hawaiian Telcom losses continued in May
 •  HMSA providing travel funds for med students
 •  Dish Network, Hawaii settle deceptive practices charges
 •  Orchids For Everyone starts tomorrow
 •  Pride festivites begin tonight
 •  Kapiolani hospital celebrates its 100th birthday
 •  'nemu*nemu' artists coming to Ward
 •  Art 'Blown Out of Proportion' Sunday
 •  'Slava's Snowshow' coming to Maui
 •  Tickets available for Manoa Valley Theatre’s ‘Spelling Bee’
 •  Woodstock at 40: Celebrate with books, concerts, new film
 •  Kevin Connolly, settled, now just needs ‘the girl’
 •  Burglary investigated at Orlando Bloom’s home
 •  Fawcett documentary earns nomination
 •  An Afghan ‘star’ is born
 •  State should continue to grow tech sector

Local News
 •  Budget cuts threaten fishing
 •  City aims to block off-island trash plan
 •  Nonprofits seek more support Video
 •  Hawaii Legislature allows veto of oil tax, overrides 38 others Photo gallery
 •  Critics call cutback in tax credits a 'nail in coffin' for Hawaii tech
 •  New submarine USS Hawaii will get big welcome at Pearl Harbor
 •  Kahana Valley residents hail veto override
 •  Honolulu ranked among meanest to the homeless
 •  'Aloha Cowboy' Claude Ortiz, 87
 •  Fatality defendant has 3-DUI record
 •  Spirit of Kauai cowboy lives on
 •  Two drivers injured in crash on Kauai's Kuhio Highway
 •  Officials search for missing boater off Magic Island
 •  Wife arrested after husband reports knife slash attack
 •  Prisoner arrested for robbing fellow inmate of a sandwich
 •  Library will close for a week while a new roof is installed
 •  Holzman, Lee now regents at University of Hawaii
 •  HECO to get $750,000 in wind power stimulus funds
 •  Coast Guard rescues 3 from sinking boat off Big Island
 •  City clerk appointee wins unanimous Council approval
 •  Japanese emperor honors war dead Photo gallery Video
 •  New Zealand spared deaths, major damage in quake
 •  Beaches unaffected by quake
 •  Obituaries
 •  Spirit of Kauai cowboy lives on

 •  MIL to play in daylight
 •  Life's great caddying for a champ
 •  New UH tourney finds title sponsor
 •  MIL to play in daylight
 •  Players of long ago to reunite
 •  McIlroy leads charge of the 20-somethings
 •  Maekawa advances; Perez falls
 •  Rankings formula to change
 •  Pro tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Players' union lobbies for benefits
 •  Halladay key to rest of season
 •  Pirates' Yates out for season
 •  Nats' Riggleman says he won't make many changes
 •  Tatsuno had pitching, drawing power at UH
 •  Cavendish sprints to his 4th stage win
 •  $60,000 tourney kicks off today
 •  Swimming gold medalist Phelps is top male athlete
 •  Parkinson surfs to third win of year
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Seeing big picture for PPV pricing

Island Life
 •  A real pain in the foot
 •  'Da Mayah' is back again for more laughs
 •  Health calendar
 •  Aerosmith making it up to fans on Maui Photo gallery
 •  There are 2 kinds of gluten reactions
 •  Not-so-naughty fast-food salads
 •  Stay in shape without a gym membership

 •  State foreclosures fall slightly in June
 •  Don't get caught in car-clone scam
 •  In Isles, 100 per week could lose health care
 •  Ilikai workers ratify pact
 •  Markets jump for 2nd time in three days
 •  Hualalai Resort homes to be auctioned
 •  Don't get caught in car-clone scam

 •  Swine flu preparations need to be ramped up
 •  U.S. House steps up for early education
 •  The evolution of the presidency
 •  Japanese in Hawaii