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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 30, 2009

Breaking News
 •  10 postal facilities across Oahu on possible closure list Video
 •  Weather system southeast of Hilo upgraded to tropical storm Lana
 •  Neighborhood board endorses Laie housing plan
 •  Navy ship shoots down target missile launched from Kauai
 •  At Manoa Elementary, bright smiles greet first day of school Video
 •  Two recent swine flu deaths were Oçahu men
 •  Kamehameha Highway reopened near Pounders Beach; HECO service restored
 •  Hawaiian activist's burglary trial in Iolani Palace occupation goes to jury
 •  Help sought in finding car that almost hit police officer in Aiea
 •  EPA orders city to clear illegal fill from Mailiili Stream and restore stream bed
 •  University of Hawaii gives McClain honorary title
 •  Senate committee hearing on Akaka bill set for Aug. 6
 •  Boy reports being robbed of iPod in Kaimuki
 •  Water main fixed in Waikiki
 •  Senate panel approves funds for Oahu rail, Native Hawaiian housing
 •  U.S. continues missile defense tests with Kauai firing
 •  Woman says ex-boyfriend kidnapped her
 •  2009 Oahu Bike Plan available online for viewing, comment
 •  Elderly visitor from Massachusetts an apparent drowning victim on Kauai
 •  New south swell expected this afternoon or tonight
 •  State reports 2 more swine flu-related deaths
 •  Repairs continue on USS Port Royal
 •  Hawaii man found guilty of raping prostitutes, may get 120-year term
 •  Bethany Hamilton to appear on FOX TV game show Friday
 •  Warrior coach McMackin apologizes for gay slur Video
 •  New Phillie Francisco replaces Victorino in center field against Giants
 •  Red Sox's Ortiz acknowledges he tested positive in 2003
 •  Boxing: Brazil police rule Gatti’s death suicide
 •  Hawaii's DeSoto second at longboard surfing contest in Japan
 •  NBA: Lamar Odom staying with Lakers
 •  MLB: Cubs acquire Grabow, Gorzelanny from Pirates
 •  MLB: Dodgers acquire LHP George Sherrill from Orioles
 •  MLB: Minaya apologizes to reporter, writer accepts
 •  NFL: Zorn adjusts as he enters Year II with Redskins
 •  Boxing: Former heavyweight champion Ibragimov retires
 •  MLB: Tigers' Zumaya to have season-ending surgery
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams gains quarterfinals in Stanford
 •  MLB: Ortiz, after drug report, hits go-ahead homer
 •  NFL: Jets RB Washington a no-show as camp starts
 •  MLB: Rangers' Padilla set to return after swine flu
 •  NFL: Bears, Raiders, Titans not interested in Vick
 •  NFL: 49ers prepare for intense camp
 •  NFL: Source: Raiders sign top pick Heyward-Bey
 •  Swimming: Seven more world records knock off Beijing
 •  ESPN reporter complains of harassment in 911 call
 •  NBA: Warriors acquire George from Toronto
 •  NFL: Giants LB Pierce testifies before grand jury
 •  NFL: Vikings’ Udeze retires, end comeback from leukemia
 •  Swimming: With Phelps in stands, Lochte sets world record
 •  NFL: Hill or Smith at quarterback? Which way do 49ers go
 •  CFB: More NCAA trouble for USC football?
 •  NFL: Eagles counting on rookie-rich roster to develop quickly
 •  Fantasy Football: A look at key offseason NFL moves
 •  Fantasy Football: Player rankings by position
 •  Vick bankruptcy lawyers seek $1.5M for their fees
 •  NBA: Vince Carter likes Orlando Magic’s chances next year
 •  Swimming: Janet Evans: Suits making the sport a ’mockery’
 •  MLB: Giants pay steep price to get Sanchez from Pirates
 •  Boxing: Congress urges pardon for first black boxing champ, Jack Johnson
 •  NBA: Trail Blazers won’t play preseason game in NBA-less Seattle after all
 •  Fantasy Football: Time catches up with LT, Westbrook
 •  Water polo: Spain knocks off U.S.; Serbia beats Croatia
 •  NFL: Packers reverse course with installment of 3-4 defense
 •  Youth baseball: Arabian American team nabs berth to LLWS
 •  Golf: Indiana city allowing goose hunting on golf course
 •  Auto racing: Massa thinking about racing again, doctor says
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 1930 — Uruguay beats Argentina 4-2 for soccer's first World Cup
 •  Hainan Airlines aims to provide first direct China-to-Hawaii flights
 •  Hoku Scientific reports $905,000 loss
 •  Houston firm gets $32.8M contract to rebuild Saddle Road
 •  Nonprofits can raise money selling shopping event tickets
 •  Hawaii psychologist to be featured on ABC's 20/20
 •  Hawaii gets $500K in federal funds for employment services
 •  Hawaii military and dependents get new behavioral health provider
 •  Community Conservation Fair to take place in Waikiki Saturday
 •  The Pickle Lady appears in Waipahu Wednesday
 •  TV series about astronauts debuts Sunday
 •  'Enchanted Fantasy' benefits Hawaii Island HIV/AIDS Foundation
 •  Tube Notes: 'Parks and Recreation' returns
 •  ’Gilligan’s Island’ actress to hold auction in Idaho
 •  ‘Funny People’ director risks something serious
 •  Kevin Spacey is far removed from L.A.
 •  Colin Ferguson finds his place in quirky ‘Eureka’
 •  At 67, Sir Paul is just letting it be
 •  Another delay for Universal's ‘Wolf Man’
 •  Time to quicken pace on District 5 voting

Local News
 •  Two more with swine flu die
 •  Police officer shoots at fleeing car
 •  Akahi denies he intended to chain himself to throne
 •  Mormon Church plans 1,200-home community near Laie
 •  Grandparents adopt Elijah after long Hawaii court fight with killer
 •  36 apply for job as police chief
 •  Bike plan identifies new routes
 •  Rapist could face 140 years for attacks on prostitutes
 •  Isle beach-water quality ranks 6th in nation
 •  Invading wasps on Haleakala creating monstrous nests
 •  Port Royal repairs will last into Sept.
 •  Cultural park hosts kalo workshop on Saturday
 •  Army says public not at risk from training area uranium
 •  Man arrested after alleged fight followed by car chase
 •  Karr, Hirota new chair, vice chair of UH Board of Regents
 •  Bethany Hamilton competes for $1M on TV game show
 •  National park will build new $6 million visitor center
 •  Judge issues final ruling on 2nd furlough lawsuit
 •  Community calendar
 •  Students returning to pared down campuses Photo gallery Video
 •  Obesity surgery's safe, not risk-free
 •  Obituaries

 •  WAC in survival mode
 •  Wallace embraced UH basketball with passion
 •  Ahn, 79, still linking together solid rounds Video
 •  WAC in survival mode
 •  UH kicks off All-America campaign for Estes today
 •  Kerr looks to rebound at British Open
 •  14-year-old leading women's tourney
 •  Hilo's Min fifth at Big 'I' event
 •  Weathered the elements; now time to defend title
 •  Pro tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Six fit perfectly in their canoe Photo gallery Video
 •  Seahawks sign Unger
 •  Phillies land Indians' Lee
 •  Chamberlain solid in Yankees' victory
 •  Youth Baseball
 •  Adams associate AD at KS-Oahu
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  All not Rose-y for the big boys

Island Life
 •  Bicycles built for two Video
 •  Seals show kids it's fun to move it
 •  Health calendar
 •  Damon boosting history documentary
 •  Always put babies to sleep on backs
 •  Keep food-borne bugs at bay in your home with experts' tips
 •  Go beyond walking and have a ball

 •  Young Bros. shipping rate hikes averaging 13.46% start Saturday
 •  Central Pacific delays stock offering
 •  BBB sounds alarm about security company
 •  Microsoft, Yahoo gang up on Google
 •  Amazon reinstates affiliates in Hawaii
 •  Tesoro reports $45 million loss
 •  Stocks dip slightly, but that's a good sign
 •  Alakona acquires faster paving machine
 •  BBB sounds alarm about security company

 •  'Ahi farming must be eco-friendly
 •  More menu data needed
 •  Lingle shields rich from 'shared sacrifice'
 •  Elites have little basis for morality lectures
 •  Hawaii Film office