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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 22, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Three rescued in two hiking incidents
 •  Lingle nominates chief judge for appeals court Video
 •  Elections panel hears dire forecast for 2010 Hawaii vote
 •  Waves of 6 to 9 feet expected on Oahu's south shore today
 •  Celebration planned when USS Hawaii arrives tomorrow at Pearl Harbor
 •  Maui tour operator agrees to pay state $130,000 over coral damage
 •  Weather, tsunami buoys off Hawaii damaged
 •  Akaka chairs confirmation hearing for former Hawaii official
 •  NASA crew talks about trying to snap photo of Hawaii during flight
 •  Fund set up for wounded Hawaii soldier
 •  Hawaii senators help defeat concealed-gun bill
 •  Abercrombie supports pay-as-you-go legislation
 •  District 5 forum tonight on ‘Olelo Channel 49 and HonoluluAdvertiser.com
 •  Children playing with magnifying glass start brushfire on Big Island
 •  Big Island rescue personnel airlift lost hiker to safety
 •  5 bottle redemption centers to close on Kauai for maintenance
 •  Contract awarded to develop influenza, pandemic-preparedness plan for Hawaii
 •  Fire burns 400 acres at Kaena Point
 •  Three Navy ships with quarantined sailors leave Hawaii for San Diego today
 •  UH fans invited to audition for football commercial
 •  Allen Allen clinic on Saturday
 •  NBA: Bryant ’optimistic’ Odom will re-sign with Lakers
 •  NBA: Signing Iverson is a gamble Clippers shouldn’t take
 •  CFB: Turnaround season: This could be year ACC goes from being good to great
 •  CFB: Expectations exceedingly high for Gators and this season
 •  What does Erin Andrews voyeurism case say about us as a society and in the media
 •  NFL: Jets’ Ryan eager to prove himself as head coach
 •  MLB: Cubs win 10-5, end Phils’ 10-game winning streak
 •  MLB: Burnett, Swisher lead Yankees over Orioles 6-4
 •  NFL: Vick-Goodell meeting planned, sources say
 •  CFB: Army adds 3 more football games at Yankee Stadium
 •  Cycling: Contador closer to Tour win; Armstrong now 4th
 •  NBA: Timberwolves pick Rubio to leave Spanish club
 •  NBA: Center Magloire re-signs with Heat
 •  MLB: Pirates deal slumping Adam LaRoche to Red Sox
 •  Cycling: ’The strongest always wins’ — and it’s not Lance
 •  Cycling: Armstrong eyes 2010 Tour with American-backed team
 •  NFL looks into allegations against Roethlisberger
 •  MLB: Ramirez promotion didn’t sit well with sponsor
 •  MLB: Former No. 1 draft pick sentenced in 2 cases
 •  MLB: Pedro Martinez shows real progress in simulated game
 •  NFL: Former casino hostess accuses Steelers QB of rape
 •  Swimming: Britain’s Payne wins 10K open water race at worlds
 •  Swimming: Olympic champ Ilchenko withdraws during 10K
 •  Track and field: Court bans 7 Russians who tampered with dope tests
 •  NFL: Judge to rule by Aug. 7 in Vikings suspensions
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 1984 — Kathy Whitworth becomes the winningest professional golfer
 •  Hawaii auto sales plummet 31.5%
 •  Made in Hawaii Festival to feature more booths
 •  Blind Hawaii business owner files complaint against SBA
 •  Federal minimum wage hike won't affect Hawaii
 •  Mokulele signs code-share agreement with Alaska Air
 •  After the calm of the 'Creek,' it's time for 'The Storm'
 •  Wedding workshops resume July 29
 •  Tube Notes: 'Michael and Michael Have Issues,' 'Black in America 2'
 •  ‘Tarzan’ actress Brenda Joyce dies at 92
 •  Two ballet legends to perform in Hawaii
 •  Music for the teen masses
 •  Not many nice things to say about ‘The Ugly Truth’
 •  Typo delays release of St. Louis Orchestra CD
 •  Big Island is backdrop for ‘Bachelorette’ finale
 •  Jamie Foxx has hit the concert trail
 •  Even with cuts, don’t shortchange elections

Local News
 •  How boy got in car trunk still a mystery
 •  Babysitter indicted in death of infant boy
 •  Kauai project OK to proceed
 •  Lingle counteroffer to state workers: 7% pay cut, 18 furlough days
 •  Oceanic may cut TV service at Kuhio Park Terrace over assaults
 •  More than 400 animals rescued from Leeward man's property
 •  Mauna Kea selected for world's largest telescope
 •  Crash victim may have been driver
 •  Ordnance Reef study to begin Photo gallery Video
 •  H-1 Kapolei exit closed through '10
 •  Man charged in discovery of indoor marijuana plants
 •  Beverage bottle recycling centers closing for a week
 •  Wildfire still burning despite efforts of 60 firefighters
 •  Swine flu confirmed aboard Navy ships here on R&R
 •  More than $1.3M in federal money budgeted for runway
 •  Federal agency finds rail plan sound, city officials say
 •  Obituaries
 •  'Gov. No' says layoffs hurt us all

 •  Collins a force on 'one of the best teams ever'
 •  Chiz Shoji was devoted mom, fan
 •  Shigemoto muscles in on the national scene Photo gallery
 •  Lawsuit accuses QB Roethlisberger of sex assault
 •  Yao has surgery on broken foot
 •  Yankees move into first in AL East
 •  Phillies win 10th in a row
 •  Higgins' numbers don't lie
 •  Coach K back with U.S. team
 •  Maximum effort lifts Contador
 •  Team Malaka anglers leading
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UH feels big payday comes at steep price

Island Life
 •  Comic-Con, like Twitter, levels playing field
 •  Country music saluted at White House Photo gallery
 •  All-American Ribs
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Recipes for when you put ribs on the barbie
 •  Fresh dressing brightens salad
 •  Greek is the word
 •  Forget deep-frying these tomatoes
 •  Movie a piece de resistance for foodies

 •  Ilikai Hotel set to open doors Friday
 •  AT&T's Hawaii wireless service balks
 •  Maui News unions OK pay cut
 •  Haumea Center still on track
 •  Profit reports extend Wall Street rally
 •  Target to open first Neighbor Isles store

 •  Political fight creates health care distraction
 •  A cloudy future for data privacy
 •  The call of the highway — via cell phone
 •  Stop tampering with state judicial selection
 •  'Gov. No' says layoffs hurt us all
 •  Tax changes

 •  Comic-Con, like Twitter, levels playing field