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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 23, 2009

Breaking News
 •  USS Hawaii arrives at Pearl Harbor
 •  Flash-flood threat subsides on Kauai
 •  Hawaii longline tuna fishery on track to hit quota
 •  Star-Kist laying off 350 workers in American Samoa
 •  Waikiki robbery suspect captured in Georgia
 •  8 rescues made on Hawaii's south shores
 •  U.S. House approves funding for Native Hawaiian housing, rail transit
 •  Honolulu rail-transit project could cost $117M more than forecast, report says
 •  Susan Shaw identity-theft trial rescheduled for March 1, 2010
 •  Most islands could see heavy rainfall this afternoon, weather service says
 •  Surf advisory: South shore waves will be in 5- to 8-foot range
 •  Kokee fire destroys hunters’ check-in station
 •  Red Cross helping residents after Pearl City fire
 •  Woman killed in freeway crash was drunk, medical examiner says
 •  Akaka chairs confirmation hearing for former Hawaii official
 •  Maui tour operator agrees to pay state $130,000 over coral damage
 •  White Sox’s Mark Buehrle pitches perfect game
 •  Pitch perfect: President congratulates Buehrle
 •  Russia eliminates U.S. men's volleyball team in World League final round
 •  NFL draft will start on Thursday in prime time, last three days
 •  Soccer: U.S. beats Honduras 2-0 to reach Gold Cup finals
 •  General Mills works with Manning, Garnett, Pujols, Clay on new Wheaties
 •  MLB: Dodgers to give away poster of Manny’s grand slam
 •  Hot dog! Coors Field offers gluten-free food
 •  Baseball: Minors pitcher says he didn’t throw to hit anyone
 •  NFL: Vick lawyer denies strip club reports
 •  NFL: Vikings sign Winfield to 5-year extension
 •  NBA: Odom, Lakers resume talks
 •  NBA: Lee ’frustrated’ by negotiations with Knicks
 •  Hockey: Ex-Red Wing Fedorov says Mich. man swiped $43M
 •  NBA: Eyenga picks Spanish club over Cavaliers
 •  NFL: Redskins sign 3rd-round pick Barnes, cut 2
 •  MLB: Former White Sox pitcher admits HGH use
 •  NFL: Childress has no expectations on Favre
 •  Tennis: McEnroe’s World TeamTennis club, opponents fined
 •  Cycling: Contador wins time trial; Armstrong moves to 3rd
 •  NFL: Roethlisberger says he did not rape casino hostess
 •  Zito, Giants beat Braves, avoid sweep
 •  World champion pro surfer Slater sure knows how to draw a crowd
 •  NFL: Broncos sign draft picks Quinn, McKinley
 •  Cycling: Armstrong announces new team for next year’s Tour
 •  Tennis: Williams sisters, Clijsters lead US Open field
 •  Tennis: Sharapova: 'I am a hundred percent'
 •  NFL: Cowboys LB Carpenter will get shot to make an impact on defense
 •  Allen Allen clinic on Saturday
 •  UH fans invited to audition for football commercial
 •  Swimming: He Chong wins men's 3-meter springboard gold
 •  Pitcher says he wasn't throwing ball at anyone
 •  NY Post blames ESPN for outing nude reporter video
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 2000 — Tiger Woods, at 24, youngest player to win career Grand Slam
 •  Hawaii had 10 mass layoffs last month
 •  Hawaii tax preparer sentenced for failing to file returns
 •  Most Hawaii stocks rise as Dow closes above 9,000 mark
 •  Hawaii accountants make $25,000 scholarship donation
 •  Hawaii homes sought for energy-makeover TV show
 •  ‘Star Wars in Concert’ tour launching
 •  Fans converge in San Diego for Comic Con
 •  White Stripes on the big screen
 •  ‘L.A. Law’ judged top legal drama
 •  ‘Ugly Truth’ star isn’t interested in playing the nice guy
 •  Mauna Kea plans must proceed with care

Local News
 •  Airfare hike 'too ridiculous'
 •  Big Isle prison staff on layoff list
 •  Woman describes abduction in court
 •  Hawaii prep sports being cut back as budgets slashed
 •  'It’s bad, bad, bad' in Hawaii for sellers of new cars, trucks
 •  Ohio Guardsmen providing free medical care Photo gallery Video
 •  Search goes on for kin of 42 unclaimed bodies
 •  Council candidates square off in forum Photo gallery
 •  Arrival of USS Hawaii heralds new era in Pacific
 •  Fund set up for wounded soldier
 •  Nakamura tapped as chief of appeals Video
 •  Suit targets work at marine refuge
 •  County moves ahead with plans to sell surplus land
 •  2-month North Shore art exhibit to begin Aug. 31
 •  Community clean-up time at Aloha 'Aina Earth Day
 •  Weather service appeals to boaters over buoy damage
 •  Lost hiker airlifted out of forest by fire rescue copter
 •  Call for volunteers to test flu shots
 •  Law to allow carrying guns between states fails in Senate
 •  Erosion control work begins near Pali Tunnel
 •  Obituaries

 •  Manny's grand in a pinch
 •  Cerebral approach works for Duncan Video
 •  Special Delivery made El Sid unique
 •  Auction will benefit junior golf program
 •  Wie starts European swing with eye on Solheim Cup
 •  Advertiser's golf guide online updates
 •  Fujikawa as busy as ever
 •  Ralbovsky named top instructor
 •  It's nice getting back into the swing of things
 •  Pro tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Vick, Goodell meeting in works
 •  Griffin out with strained shoulder
 •  Cubs end Phillies' win streak at 10
 •  LaRoche in, Lugo out for Red Sox
 •  Tinman to affect traffic Sunday
 •  Armstrong drops to fourth at Tour
 •  567-pounder lifts Malibu into lead
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Same old reflection in WAC crystal ball

Island Life
 •  The TXT effect
 •  Fuel up with quick, healthy breakfast
 •  College visits just a few clicks away
 •  Health calendar
 •  Raimi to direct 'World of Warcraft' film
 •  Healthy living, diet reduce inflammation
 •  Queen’s celebrates 150 years

 •  'Clunkers' program kicks off tomorrow
 •  AT&T looking for cause of service failure
 •  French workers locking up bosses
 •  Airport upgrades under way
 •  Rally slows; market ends mixed
 •  Mokulele in code-share with Alaska Air
 •  Fed chief opposes plan for new agency
 •  Airport upgrades under way

 •  Even with cuts, don't shortchange elections
 •  DOE must make better budget choices
 •  Big government won't cure ailing economy
 •  Unions, state