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Articles for June 18, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Board OKs locker searches, drug-sniffing dogs in schools
 •  Bellows Beach Park to reopen to public during July 4th weekend
 •  Man arrested for alleged sexual assaults on elderly women in nursing center
 •  Defense system headed for Isles has been successfully tested at Barking Sands
 •  Maui man who dragged girlfriend with noose found guilty of abuse
 •  Lingle furlough plan will close state offices three Fridays a month
 •  Big Island police investigating suspicious injury to 6-month-old boy
 •  Marine Corps Base Hawaii to host job fair tomorrow
 •  Honolulu man, woman indicted on federal sex trafficking charges
 •  Kauai police ask help in finding missing woman
 •  Trial opens for man accused of beating 7-month-old daughter
 •  Gates: Missile interceptors on way to Hawaii ahead of North Korea test
 •  Big Island police investigating report of home invasion robbery
 •  Surf of 4 to 7 feet expected on south shore today
 •  Breezy trades to make their return today
 •  UH's Vinnie Catricala agrees to terms with Seattle Mariners
 •  Soccer: Brazil hammers U.S. 3-0 at Confederations Cup
 •  Baseball: NCAA College World Series scores, schedule
 •  Auto racing: F1 in turmoil as 8 teams announce breakaway series
 •  Calhoun's grand slam, double keys Arizona State's 12-5 win
 •  NCAA to reconsider scheduling change in baseball, adding sand volleyball
 •  Attorney: Ryan Leaf will face Texas charges Friday
 •  NBA: Odom’s mind on returning to Lakers next season
 •  Browns' Stallworth suspended indefinitely by NFL
 •  NHL: Ovechkin named league MVP for second consecutive year
 •  Basketball: U.S. picks roster for World University Games
 •  NBA: N.J. woman sues 76ers' Iguodala for child support
 •  Olympics: Krzyzewski still undecided about coaching Team USA again
 •  UCLA tennis player in coma
 •  NFL: Bengals QB Palmer healed, looking like old No. 9 in minicamp
 •  NFL: Saints coach a victim of Chinese drywall
 •  NBA: Kapono ready to give 76ers long-range boost
 •  NFL: Bucs QB race getting interesting
 •  CFB: Leagues scrapping football media days to cut costs
 •  MLB: Barajas' homer helps Blue Jays sweep Phillies
 •  Soccer: Egypt upsets Italy 1-0 at Confederations Cup
 •  MLB: Cardinals activate Greene from DL
 •  MLB: Tigers place Willis on DL with anxiety disorder
 •  Cycling: Belgian rider Boonen banned from Tour de France
 •  MLB: Padres' Young heading to the disabled list
 •  NHL: Lafleur gets $100 fine, 1-year suspended sentence
 •  Preps: Heat-related deaths prompt new policies
 •  Tennis: Nadal's struggle leaves Wimbledon in doubt
 •  MLB: Phillies' Ibanez placed on 15-day DL
 •  Ohio prosecutor: Keep Maurice Clarett in prison
 •  Soccer: WPS Atlanta Beat to begin play in 2010
 •  Obituary: Former Giant Dusty Rhodes dead at 82
 •  NBA: Jason Williams says he may try to play again
 •  NCAA intends to take away Florida State victories
 •  NBA: Former Jazz coach Layden released from hospital
 •  Bowling: Great-grandmothers win Michigan title
 •  NFL: Falcons mates say Ryan making ’scary’ improvement
 •  NFL: McCarthy pleased with Packers’ transition to 3-4
 •  NFL: Rookie tight end Brandon Pettigrew works well with Matthew Stafford
 •  NFL: Giants WR Moss upbeat despite hamstring injury
 •  Cycling: Ex-mountain bike champ Giove hit with drug charge
 •  Auto racing; Long's record suspension reduced to 8 races
 •  Cycling: Armstrong's Astana team solves financial woes
 •  Tennis: Defending champion Ferrer loses in quarters
 •  Tennis: Razzano defeats defending champion Radwanska
 •  Soccer: Beasley, Kljestan join U.S. lineup against Brazil
 •  Tennis: Report: Wimbledon on alert for match-fixing
 •  NFL calendar: Draft in early May 2010
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 2000 — Tiger Woods wins 100th U.S. Open by record 15 strokes
 •  Wall Street analyst cuts 2009 earnings forecast for Bankoh
 •  Job fair set Friday at Marine Corps Base Hawaii
 •  Island AIr pilots ratify four-year labor agreement
 •  Hawaii personal income growth tops all states in 1st quarter
 •  DTRIC Insurance gets 'excellent' ratings from A.M. Best Co.
 •  Giant bugs taking over Pearlridge this weekend
 •  Keiki Steps to Kindergarten offers summer program
 •  Portuguese Heritage Workshop offered July 18
 •  Interactive Japanese radio show premiering on Monday
 •  LaPorte comedy show rescheduled for September
 •  Tickets on sale for Slava's Snowshow at Hawaii Theatre
 •  Thirty Meter Telescope: Rational plan for Mauna Kea is taking shape

Local News
 •  Ex-beauty queen a flight risk Photo gallery Video
 •  'Everybody's in the same boat' Photo gallery Video
 •  100 new swine flu cases reported
 •  Lingle rejects concern over furloughing federally funded Hawaii workers
 •  Honolulu prosecutor, chairman of city council may run for mayor
 •  Hawaii public housing director urges veto of fees, limited stays Video
 •  Feds probing deaths of 2 monk seals
 •  Suspect in knife attack sued by estranged wife
 •  Two bad accidents lead to crackdown Photo gallery
 •  Bainum services at Hosoi June 26
 •  Thomas Lum, 93, helped found newspaper union
 •  Obama proposes financial overhaul
 •  Federal same-sex benefits are 'a first step, not a final step'
 •  Panel of 5 to help choose new chief
 •  Isle's biggest used-book sale opens on Saturday Photo gallery
 •  Health coverage cost may rise 9%
 •  Police seek public's help in finding 2 assault suspects
 •  Some westbound viaduct lanes will be closed Sunday
 •  'Magic Storyteller' slated to perform for kids at library
 •  Shipyard worker admits stealing goggles from ship
 •  Residents mostly endorse Mauna Kea telescope plan
 •  UH disaster preparedness center awarded $5 million
 •  Enrollment applications for fall up 5% at UH-Manoa
 •  Holder lowers estimate on detainee trials Photo gallery
 •  Community calendar
 •  YWCA luncheon will salute 10 leading women of Hawaii
 •  Obituaries
 •  We need a nouveau George Ariyoshi

 •  First 2010 recruit for UH
 •  Downing living the dream in Giants' camp
 •  Fisher returns to UH as associate head coach
 •  Transfers to boost 'Bows' practices
 •  First 2010 recruit for UH
 •  U.S. Women's Open will have bit of Hawaii
 •  Inspired Mickelson eyes U.S. Open title
 •  Three former champs advance
 •  Pearl City's Tanigawa given Ito scholarship
 •  Positive feelings despite struggles
 •  Pro tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Ex-QB Leaf arrested in Washington state
 •  Boston's Penny wins his 100th, 6-1
 •  Arkansas' late heroics send Virginia packing
 •  Blue Jays' Halladay will be placed on DL
 •  Nine Hawaii teams in Far West quarters
 •  Sunset Beach's Lorne wins rodeo titles
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Sluggers paying for tainted homers

Island Life
 •  Twilight years
 •  Gamers, warm up your consoles
 •  Health calendar
 •  Bruno struts cultural learnings of Brits Photo gallery
 •  Why higher-grade cooking oils matter
 •  How an Island baseball tradition began
 •  Quench thirst without all those calories

 •  Artist Wyland will open 2 restaurants
 •  Help coming for GM owners on Big Island
 •  Surgical center to fill theater site
 •  Recession holds prices down
 •  Units in Trump's Waikiki tower available as rentals
 •  FedEx outlook still bleak
 •  Financial stocks stumble, but consumer prices offer optimism
 •  Kona Brewing's suds rising fast
 •  Help coming for GM owners on Big Island

 •  Public housing bills lack workable solutions
 •  Once again, Big Oil drains our wallets
 •  Twisted logic in the Age of Obama
 •  Graduation rates