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Articles for July 17, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Lingle begins giving layoff notices
 •  Man guilty in 2007 stabbing death of wife
 •  Third person in Hawaii with swine flu dies
 •  Micah Kane of Hawaiian Home Lands is new Kamehameha Schools trustee
 •  Water conservation urged on Molokai after breakdown in water pump
 •  The Queen's Medical Center celebrates 150 years
 •  Foam system helps firefighters quickly douse garage fire
 •  Summer fishing season at Nuuanu reservoir to open Aug. 1
 •  Utility work to close Punchbowl, Pali exits
 •  Hawaii flags to fly at half-staff Sunday for former Sen. Takitani
 •  Hawaii statehood commemorative stamp previewed
 •  HECO planning utility work along Farrington Highway through Aug. 7
 •  Police catch, arrest alleged purse snatcher in Kailua
 •  Honolulu credit union warns of text-message scam
 •  Clay Stanley leads U.S. past Netherlands, into World League volleyball finals
 •  Leahey and Leahey Show ceases for now
 •  NBA: Clippers trade Randolph to Memphis for Richardson
 •  Feds arrest felon in sale of gun in McNair killing
 •  Cycling: Tour says 2 riders slightly injured in shooting
 •  Notre Dame, Army to play football at Yankee Stadium in 2010
 •  Yao Ming likely to miss all of next season after foot surgery
 •  Cycling: Armstrong stays 3rd at Tour; Haussler wins stage
 •  Softball: Finch, Leles lead US to mercy rule win over Italy
 •  MLB: Sheffield leaves game with injury
 •  MLB: Rangers release El Duque from Triple-A contract
 •  MLB: Mitre to become Yankees' No. 5 starter
 •  MLB: Red Sox designate SS Lugo for assignment
 •  MLB: Cubs LF Soriano out with swollen right pinkie
 •  Track: Bolt wins 100 meters in 9.79 at Areva Meeting
 •  Tennis: Roddick withdraws from Indianapolis tournament
 •  Hall of Famer Aikman says college career wasn't complete
 •  Ex-NBA star Antoine Walker tees off in golf tourney after arrest
 •  NBA: Wade to Lamar Odom: 'Come home' to Miami Heat
 •  CFB: Portland State QB out for season with knee injury
 •  Olympics: Japan softball pitcher looks for spot in Winter games
 •  NBA: Wade leaving Converse, going to Nike Jordan Brand
 •  NBA: Judge dismisses SEC complaint against Mavs owner Cuban
 •  NBA: Millsap stays put as Jazz matches Blazers' offer
 •  NBA: Carlos Boozer and Lamar Odom would give Heat a Lakers twist
 •  MLB: Giants feel no need to make desperate moves
 •  Soccer: Man U scraps Indonesia match after hotel blasts
 •  NBA: Yao says team purchase does not mean retirement
 •  MLB: Former stars to help Braves honor ace Greg Maddux
 •  Basketball: American David Hobbs out as Japan coach
 •  Tennis: Fabio Fognini reaches Mercedes Cup semifinals
 •  Tennis: Soderling reaches Swedish Open semifinals
 •  Soccer: Revolution's Reis says Beckham drama distracting
 •  CFB: Wyoming great Novacek to be honored
 •  CFB: Suit seeks OSU stadium game captions
 •  Soccer: Tutu: 2010 World Cup chance for unity
 •  On this date: 1941 — Joe DiMaggio's hitting streak of 56 games is stopped
 •  Isles' 7.4 percent unemployment rate still below national average
 •  Hawaii gas price drops for first time in 17 weeks
 •  Seals of Quality to be redeemed at Hawaii farm fair
 •  Immigration offices to move to Waterfront Plaza
 •  Yanagi appointed Chapter 7 trustee
 •  Plant scientists worldwide meeting in Hawaii
 •  Happy Meals have a happy 30th
 •  Dancer Aweau returns to Honolulu tonight
 •  Drinking for the sake of the children
 •  Celebrate Hawaii statehood with 'Canstruction' food drive
 •  Kailua dancer ousted on Fox dance show
 •  'Shaolin Warriors' coming to Blaisdell
 •  Mr. Gay Pride and Gay Friendly named
 •  Letterman wins, but not in 18-49 demographic
 •  LaToya song re-released as Michael Jackson tribute
 •  Add ‘Labor Pains’ to Lohan’s painful career arc
 •  WE's ‘Most Popular’ has appeal if your taste runs mean
 •  No Child needs fixes to fulfill its mandate

Local News
 •  Army scales back plans for Makua
 •  Five years in prison for city worker
 •  Judge overrules state panel, lets charter school reopen
 •  Governor, Cabinet will take furloughs to cut own pay 13.7% Video
 •  Education board delays decision on closing some Hawaii libraries
 •  Lawsuit accuses church of digging into Hawaiian graves
 •  Memories take one giant leap back 40 years to moon mission
 •  Preschool businesses get city tax break
 •  66% of Isle schools miss goal
 •  Hollywood restoring moonwalk video that NASA erased
 •  'Missing' wife was safe at home
 •  Honda's owner helps in arrest of suspected car thief
 •  Kaloko dam trials postponed
 •  Free program prepares keiki for kindergarten
 •  Credit union issues warning on fraudulent text messages
 •  Chaminade names Genz as associate dean for nursing
 •  Car was apparently torched deliberately, firefighters say
 •  Alleged purse snatcher found on city bus, arrested
 •  'Star Trek' graphic designer receives honors from NASA
 •  Testing our schools: How they fared
 •  Paniolo show roping skills to Japan's imperial couple Photo gallery Video
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  If it meant saving a life, Eddie would go
 •  Loyalty to Lokahi keeps 'em together Video
 •  Classic pairing for UH
 •  Swap meet not likely on game days
 •  Watson turns back time
 •  Watson has spirit of British Open past
 •  Two 64s top PGA's U.S. Bank
 •  Cubs sign reliever Ryan
 •  Phillies one-hit Marlins, 4-0
 •  Ah Mow-Santos, ex-college stars hold volleyball clinic
 •  Collectible surf items will be auctioned off
 •  Stage set for Armstrong
 •  Holtz among Fame inductees
 •  Not so tweet: Ching fined for ref comment
 •  McInerny to assist UH men's volleyball
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Basketball is now in 'Bows' court

Island Life
 •  Men in hats
 •  Hawaii gamer hits the big time
 •  Back-to-school looks on stage at Windward Mall
 •  On my iPod
 •  Johnny Helm a name you'll be hearing more
 •  Turning Dumbledore scary
 •  Harry Potter and the half-hearted lip-lock
 •  'Up' rises to top of best-movie list for '09
 •  Screening room
 •  Web dating service caters to unfaithful
 •  Kailua's Aweau ousted from 'Dance' Photo gallery
 •  'Thirst' director to visit for screening
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events
 •  The hot list

 •  Hydrogen power plant for Moloka'i
 •  Hawaiian Telcom losses continue
 •  Gas supplier changing at most Oahu 7-Elevens
 •  Kihei project clears big hurdle
 •  CIT shares plunge after bailout denied

 •  State should continue to grow tech sector
 •  Sotomayor ready to play for the Supremes
 •  America abandons the moon
 •  Tourism, roads

 •  Men in hats
 •  A century-plus of surf memorabilia, all for sale
 •  Back-to-school looks on stage at Windward Mall
 •  Modest 'ukulele made a big impact on stars' lives
 •  Turning Dumbledore scary
 •  Harry Potter and the half-hearted lip-lock
 •  'Up' rises to top of best-movie list for '09
 •  Screening room
 •  On my iPod
 •  Johnny Helm a name you'll be hearing more
 •  Get swept away by a tidal wave of flavors Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  Family-friendly fun
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events
 •  The hot list