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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 22, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Caldwell not running for 5th City Council District seat
 •  Waipahu firefighters called to kitchen fire ... at their own station
 •  Vessel suspected of illegal fishing in national monument returns to Honolulu
 •  Big Island's only boat ramp on Hamakua Coast closed because of danger
 •  Keohokapu apologizes for killing, gets life with possibility of parole
 •  Maalaea brushfire contained, but one house destroyed
 •  Ira Rohter, political science professor at UH-Manoa, dies
 •  Hawaii students to attend leadership camp at FBI Academy in Quantico, Va.
 •  Picture this: The lowest low tide of the month at Ala Moana Beach Park
 •  Videos aim to help Isle residents understand handicapped parking rules
 •  Surf of 5-7 feet expected along east shores today
 •  Breezy trades and light showers likely today
 •  Big Island buying new rescue helicopter
 •  Board of Water Supply to repair valve on Ala Wai Boulevard Tuesday night
 •  Nominations sought for state Water Commission
 •  Warriors secure commitment from Arizona quarterback, Colt fan
 •  Stephanie Kono tied for 6th; 8 other Isle girls competing in Publinx
 •  Services on Friday for NFL, Maryknoll standout Sagapolutele
 •  Kamehameha alum Sardinha sent to AAA Toledo
 •  College: Florida’s 2009-10 athletic budget tops $89 million
 •  College World Series: LSU rallies to beat Texas in 11 innings
 •  NBA: Clippers remain intent on keeping No. 1 draft pick
 •  Wimbledon: Roof stays open, Federer opens with win
 •  NFL: Source: Estefans buying stake in Dolphins
 •  MLB: Yankees file protest after loss to Florida
 •  CBKB: Wojcik agrees to new 6-year contract at Tulsa
 •  NBA: Knicks jockeying for blockbuster draft pick
 •  MLB: Ailing Mets put Carlos Beltran on disabled list
 •  Tennis: Blake exits early at Wimbledon; Fish, Spadea win
 •  CBB: UW fires baseball coach Ken Knutson
 •  Olympics: Fernandez hopeful softball returns for 2016 Games
 •  NFL: Collins attends Packers minicamp, contract lingers
 •  NBA; Heat make qualifying offers to Moon, Anthony
 •  NBA: Knicks figure to have PG option with No. 8 pick
 •  NBA: Jordan sizes up Henderson, Williams ahead of draft
 •  NFL: La’Roi Glover retires after 13 seasons
 •  MLB: Fehr to retire as head of baseball players’ union
 •  Suspect in UCLA player attack surrenders
 •  MLB: Manny brings his baggage to Albuquerque
 •  NBA: LeBron moving summer camp from Akron to San Diego
 •  NBA: Suns move their training camp to San Diego
 •  Preps: Ads on uniforms common question in tough times
 •  NBA: Jayson Williams to remain free on bail
 •  MLB: Howard could return to Phillies' lineup Tuesday
 •  Tennis: Venus seeks 3rd straight and 6th Wimbledon title
 •  NBA: Ricky Rubio out in front of pack of point guards
 •  NBA: Ricky Rubio’s path to the NBA just got a little easier
 •  College World Series: Texas finds avenues to win all the way to best-of-three finale
 •  MLB: Zito, Giants prove to be resilient this year
 •  MLB: Angels won’t pursue Pedro Martinez
 •  MLB: Sabathia exits early, insists he’ll make next start
 •  On this date: 1937 — Joe Louis knocks out Jim Braddock, wins world heavyweight title
 •  Aloha wear company bids to bring Hilo Hattie out of bankruptcy
 •  Hawaii Medical Center wins key victory in bankruptcy court
 •  Hawaiian Telcom criticizes $400 million takeover bid
 •  First Insurance says it is cutting rates by up to 30%
 •  Marriott Vacation Club offers kamaaina rates
 •  Garden gala fundraiser set for July
 •  Learn about video and the volcano
 •  Free skin cancer screening Saturday
 •  10 ‘Idol’ finalists prepare for tour
 •  ‘The Proposal’ engages fans with $33.6M
 •  THE FIXX is in for August concert at Pipeline Cafe
 •  Gymnastics show finds its balance
 •  Is ‘The Hangover’ really that funny?
 •  Harry Potter to battle soft DVD market
 •  When it comes to sex talk, stars aren’t shy

Local News
 •  Transit tax take still lags
 •  KPT residents ask for more say
 •  Stevedore still waiting for $355,000 back pay
 •  Damien artifacts will get new Hawaii home Video
 •  Union files grievance over inmate violence at Hawaii State Hospital Video
 •  Hawaii lawmakers send governor bills to tax Internet transactions
 •  For many, Damien's sainthood was inevitable
 •  Low-cost housing grant sought
 •  Van topples Coast Guard tower Photo gallery Video
 •  Bellows reopening, but with new rules
 •  Rising joblessness threatens Obama's economic plan
 •  On N. Korea, U.S. says it's ready for anything
 •  Eager readers snapping up bargains at book sale Photo gallery Video
 •  Keokea Beach Park plans to be presented to public
 •  State forest reserve closing on weekdays through July 3
 •  Chinese folk art of cutting paper to be taught at library
 •  Fire burns 80 acres, closes Honoapi'ilani Highway
 •  Surfers in need of help brought in by lifeguards
 •  Rotary offers a month in Southeast Asia, all bills paid
 •  Donating a pint of blood gets you a pint of ice cream
 •  Lifeguards rescue 3 people stranded on Mokulua islets
 •  Dogs to search for Iraq bomb survivors
 •  Obituaries

 •  Warriors get 5th recruit
 •  Desire still burns for Clay
 •  Barnes fades late, tied for lead Photo gallery
 •  Warriors get 5th recruit
 •  Waikiki Beach Boys turn in quality effort Photo gallery Video
 •  Ex-UH coach Glanville still fixing Portland State
 •  Cardinals, Pujols slam Royals, 12-5
 •  'Horns rally behind coach
 •  Sabathia leaves early
 •  U.S. wins, 3-0; gets help to gain semis
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Birthday parties cool on school nights
 •  Soprano, pianist win classical 'Idol'
 •  Damien artifacts will get new Hawaii home Video
 •  For many, Damien's sainthood was inevitable
 •  Junk chic for your outdoor decor
 •  For the environment

 •  Hawaii not alone with higher taxes
 •  Women's 'holistic' work style can be boon to businesses
 •  Lunch wagons share misery
 •  Coming: nonstop N.C. to Hawaii
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  City should find sensible use for property
 •  On health care, Obama must choose
 •  Vietnam POWs can explain what 'torture' means
 •  State budget

 •  Fuel that goes green