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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 29, 2009

Breaking News
 •  State reports 2 more swine flu-related deaths
 •  Officer fires shot at car that allegedly tried to run him down in Aiea
 •  Hawaii man found guilty of raping prostitutes, may get 120-year term
 •  Comments sought on draft Oahu bike plan
 •  Bethany Hamilton to appear on FOX TV game show Friday
 •  Repairs continue on USS Port Royal
 •  Burglary trial begins for Hawaiian leader in Iolani Palace occupation
 •  Judge issues final ruling on second furlough lawsuit
 •  Depleted uranium at Pohakuloa no threat to public, Army report says
 •  Report ranks Hawaii's beachwater quality sixth in the nation
 •  Volcanoes National Park to build new $6 million emergency operations center
 •  Molokai man arrested after early-morning fight, car chase
 •  Invasive yellow jacket wasps altering Haleakala ecosystem
 •  Senate honors Hawaii’s 50 years of statehood
 •  Hawaii Prep and Oregon alum, Max Unger, signs with Seahawks for $1.95M guaranteed
 •  Media, coaches pick Warriors to finish fifth in WAC football
 •  MLB: AP source: Phillies get Cy Young winner Lee from Indians
 •  Glennie Adams named Kamehameha associate athletic director
 •  MLB: Giants get 3-time All-Star Sanchez from Pirates
 •  UH football: Murphy's Pigskin Pigout Aug. 20
 •  CFB: Top USC recruit, LB Telfort, has heart trouble, won’t play
 •  New Hampshire sports reporter accused of running prostitution ring
 •  After stunning loss, Phelps rebounds with record
 •  NFL: Boldin shows up for camp after helping teammates
 •  NBA: Paul headed back to China as basketball ambassador
 •  NFL: Vikings sign 2nd round pick, tackle Phil Loadholt
 •  NFL: Rams sign defensive tackle Thomas
 •  NFL: Agent: Packers S Collins will report to camp
 •  Autos: Stepmother sues suspended Mayfield over comments
 •  NFL: Chargers’ McNeill feeling stronger after surgery
 •  NFL: Bills sign G Eric Wood, S Jairus Byrd
 •  Boxing: Congress urges pardon for first black boxing champ, Jack Johnson
 •  NFL: Other sports back NFL’s bid to suspend 2 Vikings
 •  MLB: Halladay loses in possible Toronto finale
 •  MLB: Yankees’ Wang has shoulder surgery
 •  NFL: 49ers place Harris on injured reserve
 •  NFL: Zorn: Redskins don’t want Vick ’at this juncture’
 •  NBA: Hornets sign free agent Diogu
 •  Burgess, Heyward-Bey absent as Raiders open camp
 •  NFL: Bengals sign No. 2 pick LB Maualuga
 •  NFL: Rams sign 2nd-round pick Laurinaitis
 •  Water polo: US advances to women’s final
 •  NFL: Brady to start next phase of comeback
 •  NFL: Moving in, moving on: Without Favre, Vikes arrive
 •  MMA fighter pleads guilty on graffiti charges in Washington
 •  NFL: Ex-Giant Burress testifies before NYC grand jury
 •  Swimming: NCAA also placing limits on high-tech suits
 •  On chilly Lake Superior, paddleboarding a hot sport
 •  Autos: Schumacher to make comeback to replace Massa
 •  Autos: Massa takes first steps since high-speed crash
 •  Tennis: Federer wants to play in Davis Cup playoff
 •  NFL: Eagles Jim Johnson: A man who made a difference
 •  NFL: 49ers unsure when they’ll see Crabtree
 •  NFL: How much substance to 49ers’ big hopes?
 •  MLB: Giants consider various trade options
 •  NFL: Vick sweepstakes: One day and, so far, no takers
 •  Autos: BMW pulling out Formula One
 •  Swimming: Descenza sets world record in 200 butterfly
 •  Tennis: Sharapova advances into Bank of West quarterfinals
 •  MLB: Mariners, Pirates trade shortstops
 •  NFL: Mr. Irrelevant becomes relevant as Chiefs clear way for rookie kicker
 •  NFL: Jeff Garcia says he can be Raiders’ starting quarterback
 •  Tennis: Paszek faces ban over doping case
 •  MLB: Astros reliever Wright taken to hospital
 •  Water polo: US still has chance at 2 medals
 •  Cycling: Wiggins happy to release drug tests results
 •  On this date: 2007 — Alberto Contador wins the doping-scarred Tour de France
 •  Regulators approve Young Brothers overall 13.46% rate hike
 •  Central Pacific postpones $100M stock offering
 •  Amazon.com reinstates ties with Hawaii Web sites after bill vetoed
 •  Justice Dept. asks Hawaiian Telcom to diclose loan source
 •  Tesoro records $45 million second-quarter loss
 •  Travelocity's Roaming Gnome heads to Hawaii
 •  Waimea Valley Hosts Kalo Workshop on Saturday
 •  Jake Shimabukuro goes 'Wild' at the zoo today
 •  Tube Notes: 'So You Think You Can Dance,' 'The Ascent of Money'
 •  Chef Mavro plans 'Julie & Julia' dinners
 •  Atlanta ‘Housewives’ debuts Thursday
 •  MVT extends ‘Spelling Bee’ show
 •  Surfin’ the USA at Comic-Con
 •  DVD set chronicles Charley Chase’s career
 •  New ‘Lawman’ in town for FX
 •  ‘CSI’s Jorja Fox is latest TV star with come-and-go blues
 •  Ahi farming must be eco-friendly
 •  Veterans' Affairs: Vets’ families deserve caregiving support

Local News
 •  25% of council ballots in so far
 •  HPD getting $5M stimulus grant
 •  Hawaii at risk, experts warn
 •  Hawaii tourism pocketed $882 million less so far this year
 •  Hawaii residents now taxed on Vegas winnings even if they lose
 •  Hawaii slips to 18th in U.S. in well-being of its children
 •  Final ruling issued on furloughs
 •  Senate statehood honor approved
 •  Can-bottle drive aids McKinley, Kaimuki
 •  Missile test set for tomorrow
 •  Guam exec gets 5 years of probation in $30K theft
 •  Suspect held in alleged knife threat on roommate
 •  Racial discrimination case goes before federal judge
 •  8,500 attended 32nd Prince Lot Hula Festival this month
 •  5 schools to receive loaded backpacks via Servco Pacific
 •  Honolulu Family Festival begins tomorrow at park
 •  Prep sports score $430,000 backing Video
 •  Obituaries
 •  What's really provoking 'birthers'

 •  Hawaii mystery in WAC
 •  Ogoshi settling in as coach
 •  Penn eager to restore his honor
 •  'Teee' time remarkable one for UH volleyball
 •  Hawaii mystery in WAC
 •  Tuipulotu to enroll at UH
 •  Fujikawa playing in Japan event
 •  Mickelson to return next week
 •  QB Favre retires for the third time
 •  Buehrle sets mark, but far from perfect
 •  Movers will close with two tourneys
 •  Toriumi in judo junior worlds
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Season of giving has come early

Island Life
 •  Puppets, narrator animate 'Pericles'
 •  'Miso' helped by detailed set, consistent cast
 •  Irked Dubliners stall U2 stage convoy
 •  Coping with cravings
 •  You can have your cupcake and eat it, too
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Barossa wine region offers great variety
 •  Deli-style potato salad sheds fat, keeps fixin's
 •  Yamaguchi does Hawaii proud
 •  Preparing the pantry in case of a hurricane

 •  First Hawaiian's quarter profits dip
 •  Health care cut back for Isles' noncitizens
 •  Traders wary of continuing recovery
 •  Industry sees 4% rise in traffic Overall cruise revenue up
 •  Consumers' view about economy grows gloomier
 •  Isle real estate firm expands in Japan

 •  Vets' families deserve caregiving support
 •  A book, or an information system?
 •  The art of travel
 •  Lingle, unions should just split the difference
 •  What's really provoking 'birthers'
 •  Layoff list

 •  'Miso' helped by detailed set, consistent cast