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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 28, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Judge submits final ruling against furloughs for Hawaii workers
 •  $400,000 raised to help cover sports cuts in Hawaii public schools Video
 •  Donations accepted to help offset budget cuts for Hawaii high school sports
 •  Guam executive gets 5 years probation for theft charge
 •  Homeless man arrested in Makiki for alleged assault
 •  Senate honors Hawaiiís 50 years of statehood
 •  Sea-based missile defense system test off Hawaii slated
 •  Waipahu woman, 71, arrested after alleged knife threat
 •  Hawaii gamblers can no longer write off their Vegas losses under new law
 •  Judge delays ruling on lawsuit against Advertiser
 •  Invasive yellowjacket wasps altering Haleakala ecosystem
 •  Ex-UH volleyball star Willoughby given 5 years probation for '06 assault case Video
 •  Mostly sunny day with isolated showers in Island forecast
 •  Servco Pacific employees to distribute 250 backpacks to Oahu schoolkids
 •  $400,000 raised to help cover sports cuts in Hawaii public schools
 •  NFL: Report: Childress says Favre not coming back
 •  Swimming stunner: Phelps loses to Biedermann
 •  NFL: Browns sign second-round draft pick Massaquoi
 •  Coach threatens to pull Phelps from meets over bodysuits flap
 •  Autos: Massa alert, answering questions in hospital
 •  NBA: Bobcats, Hornets complete Okafor-Chandler deal
 •  CFB: Ohio State QB Pryor tabbed top offensive player in Big Ten vote
 •  MLB: Mets boss: GM Omar Minaya made a mistake
 •  Nash says Shaq will fit right in with LeBron
 •  NFL: Redskins sign supplemental pick DE Jarmon
 •  NFL: Third-round draft pick reaches deal with Colts
 •  MLB: Police say new law needed after fatal Pa. beer brawl
 •  Boxing: Mississippi fighter dies after head injury during bout
 •  MLB: Company that owns Blue Jays wants to control costs
 •  Boxing: Ohio man claims assault by Pavlik, trainer
 •  Swimming: Pellegrini sets another WR for the home folks
 •  Cycling: Contador, Armstrong trade barbs after Tour
 •  CFB: Illini, Wildcats aim for a date at Wrigley Field
 •  Water polo: US, Serbia advance in water polo semis
 •  Swimming: FINA bureau confirms ban on bodysuits
 •  NFL: Dungy: Vick focused on putting life back together
 •  Delaware legislator calls NFL suit hypocritical
 •  MLB: Metsí bosses are equals in ignorance
 •  NFL: Will there be any takers for Michael Vick?
 •  Olympics: Silver anniversary brings back golden memories
 •  Track: Britain picks doping-tainted Chambers for worlds
 •  NFL: Vick has a plan, and so far it's working
 •  MLB: Lincecum dazzles to beat Pirates, Ks 15
 •  Olympics: Kuwait changes sports laws, averts ban
 •  NFL: 49ers sign RB Glen Coffee to 4-year deal
 •  Former QB Joe Ferguson feeling good after battles with cancer
 •  On this date: 1991 ó Montreal Expos' Dennis Martinez pitches a perfect game
 •  Visitor spending falls to $843.9M in June, down 16.1% from year ago
 •  Japan Airlines retires older 747s, replaces them with newer model
 •  Kaiser Permanente pledges $300K to help manage childhood obesity
 •  Starwood supports Kapiolani Medical Center
 •  JAL president said airline considering resuming fuel surcharges
 •  Prince Lot Hula Festival draws 8,500 at Moanalua Gardens
 •  Distributed Energy Partners leases space in Hawaii Times building
 •  Hotel sales likely to accelerate, top industry executive says
 •  J Salon named one of nation's top 100 by Elle magazine
 •  Tube Notes: 'Rescue Me,' 'More to Love'
 •  Artist Dalek showing an original piece at First Friday
 •  Hard Rock Cafe hosting annual school supply drive
 •  Jon Osorio plays 'Aloha Shorts' Sunday
 •  Pau Hana Power Hour kicking off at Pipeline
 •  Dubliners decry U2ís noisy all-night stage removal
 •  Video games were inescapable at Comic-Con

Local News
 •  Willoughby must pay victim Photo gallery Video
 •  Wolfhounds host Japanese orphans Photo gallery Video
 •  Bird fossils found in Kalaeloa
 •  Probe urged of battle that killed Hawaii man
 •  Hawaii officials confirm Obamaís original birth certificate still exists
 •  Hawaii back-to-school spending reels under recessionís impact Video
 •  Texting while driving is riskier than many had thought
 •  $11,060 spent per student in Isles
 •  29,000 Jehovah's Witnesses arriving
 •  Unmarked cars aid police patrols
 •  Woman held after allegedly using counterfeit cash
 •  Man accused of forcing ex-girlfriend's car off road
 •  State caps virology lab's tests of swine flu specimens
 •  Palace cuts electric bill with energy-saving procedures
 •  Hawaii receives fed grant for underground tank leaks
 •  Rescuers airlift injured hiker from valley's Kalalau Trail
 •  St. Francis welcoming boys in freshman class for 1st time
 •  Agencies invited to apply for land conservation grants
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH AD to take pay cut
 •  Salud realized dreams with world boxing title
 •  HHSAA to address cuts in athletics
 •  HHSAA to address cuts in athletics
 •  Vick conditionally reinstated by Goodell
 •  Nationals' Willingham belts two grand slams
 •  Aloha State Games
 •  Hilo rolls to Junior baseball crown
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Vick will get fair chance at comeback

Island Life
 •  KEEP OUT - teen privacy
 •  Twitter turning birth into live event
 •  Parents canít keep kids in a bubble but can offer support
 •  Choreographer Merce Cunningham dies
 •  Early exposure to the arts touted
 •  Teenie Beanies celebrate 30 years of Happy Meals

 •  Bankoh profits drop 36% in 2nd quarter
 •  Bankruptcy filing stymies foreclosure
 •  Aid available to protect land
 •  New home sales surged in June
 •  Hawaiian Airlines parent tops 2nd quarter earnings forecast
 •  Stocks move up slightly after mixed day
 •  Mokulele Air hooks up with Travelocity

 •  State needs reliable air service to Kalaupapa
 •  Older Americans need health reform urgently
 •  Restoring the vice presidency
 •  Beach litter