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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 24, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Man dies of apparent drowning in Waikiki
 •  BOE postpones July 1 budget meeting
 •  TheBoat to end service on June 30
 •  Navy awards contract for photovoltaic systems
 •  Man who ran Kauai investment firm indicted for fraud
 •  Seven more Hawaii students being tested for swine flu in Korea
 •  State confirms 205 new cases of swine flu, bringing state total to 503
 •  Parent of student quarantined in South Korea says everyone is well
 •  HGEA joins court battle to halt Lingle furlough plan
 •  Maui council favors alcohol ban at Honokowai Beach Park
 •  Lingle signs furlough order
 •  Lifeguards urge beachgoers to practice caution as swell rolls in
 •  Waimea Landing gets new sign, thanks to Waimea High woodshop kids
 •  Laupahoehoe woman pleads not guilty to drug possession, trafficking
 •  Crash between moped and truck reported in Kaimuki
 •  Honolulu insurance agency helps HFD buy new thermal imaging camera
 •  Breezy winds, a few showers expected today
 •  Flags to fly at half-staff in honor of Bainum
 •  Molokai residents urged to conserve water during pump repair
 •  Department of Health urges individuals to take test for HIV
 •  Big Island police seek public's help in finding missing Hilo girl
 •  Da Houl, Serenda Valdez named Rainbow Wahine basketball assistants
 •  U.S. stuns top-ranked Spain, advances to Confederations Cup soccer final
 •  Report: Suns trade Shaq to Cavs
 •  UH's Kolten Wong named to USA national team
 •  LSU rolls past Texas to College World Series title
 •  Bryan Clay tweaks hamstring, questionable for nationals
 •  WAC confirms basketball tournaments moving to Las Vegas in 2011
 •  CFB: BCS presidents reject Mountain West playoff plan
 •  NBA: Yao’s foot injury not healed
 •  MLB: Randy Johnson wins No. 302 as Giants beat A's
 •  NBA: Mavericks, Trail Blazers swap 1st-round picks
 •  Michael Jordan's son dropping basketball for studies
 •  Tennis: Federer eases into 3rd round at Wimbledon
 •  Former player arrested in killing of Iowa high school football coach
 •  Senate urges Obama to pardon first black champ
 •  MLB: Manny won’t feel pressure when he rejoins Dodgers
 •  NBA: Rick Bonell's mock draft
 •  NBA: Mock draft
 •  NBA: North Carolina’s Hansbrough says he’s ready for the next big step
 •  NBA: Even Thabeet, Rubio come with doubts in this draft
 •  MLB: Indians acquire RHP Veras from Yankees for cash
 •  FIU budget cut eliminates cheerleading
 •  MLB: Indians acquire RHP Veras from Yankees for cash
 •  NBA: Foreign talent pool for draft down this year
 •  NFL: Peppers ends stalemate, signs franchise tender
 •  NBA: Wizards, T-Wolves complete deal for No. 5 pick
 •  MLB: Indians trade first baseman Aubrey to O's
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams wins easily again at Wimbledon
 •  Horse racing: Owner says Rachel Alexandra to skip Breeders' Cup
 •  CFKB: G Williams leaving Duke for family medical reasons
 •  MLB: Yankees TV games to be available on Web
 •  Nike, Hall of Fame sued over Michael Jordan line
 •  CBKB: Duke's highest-paid employee: Coach K
 •  New contracts for Stoops, Capel laden with bonuses
 •  CBKB: Junior Jordan dropping basketball for studies at Illinois
 •  NHL: Chelios says he wants to play next season
 •  Tennis: Sharapova upset by Dulko at Wimbledon
 •  Tennis: Djokovic cruises into third round at Wimbledon
 •  NBA: Excluding Oklahoma’s Griffin, draft seems short on quality big men
 •  Soccer: FIFA gave away 70,000 free tickets at Confed Cup
 •  Tennis: Wimbledon betting soars after mention of injury
 •  NFL: Cowboys’ cash men need to play like it
 •  NBA: Timberwolves trade could affect Knicks’ draft plans
 •  NBA: Timberwolves start team makeover with a big deal
 •  NBA: Time for Pistons to spend now
 •  NFL: Is Pack’s Jennings next in line for new contract?
 •  NBA: North Carolina’s Danny Green enjoying life before the draft
 •  NBA: Ricky Rubio out in front of pack of point guards
 •  NBA: Arizona State star Harden seen as top swingman, may go as high as No. 2
 •  MLB: Lincecum goes the distance as Giants take Bay Bridge season series
 •  Autos: Mosley to step down after deal to prevent F1 split
 •  On this date: 1911 — John McDermott first American-born winner of the U.S. Open
 •  Matson captains vote to authorize strike
 •  Honolulu's $35.50 daily parking rate is second highest in nation
 •  AARP launches Web site to help calculate Medicare benefits
 •  Cyanotech says spirulina sales help boost profit
 •  ‘Talent’ search continues in style
 •  Baby names: Parker, Broderick go old-fashioned
 •  Science fiction flourishes on TV
 •  Penn & Teller’s Showtime series returns
 •  Time Warner, Comcast to start online video trials
 •  Lady Gaga a mysterious creation
 •  Oscars doubles best-picture nominees to 10
 •  School board must act soon on fiscal plan

Local News
 •  Ports fall short in EPA audit
 •  Potential bidders attend rail symposium
 •  Suspect in sex assaults indicted
 •  Hawaii Superferry wants to abandon both its catamarans
 •  Hawaii court sets July 2 hearing on state's worker furloughs
 •  20 Hawaii students quarantined in S. Korea for swine flu fears
 •  Kobayashi files for council; Matsunaga considers run
 •  All-electric car sharing makes debut in Baltimore
 •  Funds give green light to electric-car operation
 •  Launch at most to be mid-range
 •  County planning to buy $2M search-and-rescue helicopter
 •  Big Isle to enforce anti-smoking law
 •  Driver of crashed pickup dies in Maui hospital
 •  Water supply's running low; customers asked to conserve
 •  Police recover two weapons stolen from officer's car
 •  Celebrate Juneteenth with the NAACP on Saturday
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Don't count GOP out in 2010

 •  Kono tops Public Links
 •  Dodgers continue to roll
 •  Safin departs kicking and screaming Photo gallery
 •  McKibbin ignited state title run Video
 •  Five awarded All-America wrestling honors
 •  Prep notices
 •  Reveling in OCC revival Photo gallery Video
 •  Starks to save Steelers money
 •  Griffin confident he can help Clippers
 •  Texas gets even in CWS
 •  Braves shut down Yankees, 4-0
 •  Three 'Bows water polo All-Americans
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Early signing has its drawbacks

Island Life
 •  Black Eyed Peas will rock Bayfest Photo gallery
 •  Black and bold
 •  Mini foods a big deal for budget-conscious customers
 •  Fat — glorious fat — finally getting respect
 •  Food memoirist revisits her mom
 •  Dress up a salad with tangy Greek yogurt
 •  Yes, you DO want foam on your beer
 •  Smoky-sweet black garlic can perk up pasta
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Maple syrup flavors beans for the Fourth
 •  It's Chili in Hawaii moves shop to heart of Kaimuki
 •  Over-the-top chocolate cake a summer treat

 •  Maui housing plan reset as affordable
 •  Panel OKs Guam pay, labor rules
 •  HMSA helping members cut the cost of staying fit
 •  Territorial IPO likely in July
 •  BofH adds ATMs at Guam McDonald's
 •  Little change on Wall Street as investors wait for Fed action
 •  Friday is tax amnesty deadline

 •  Bellows rules can help beach — if followed
 •  Optimism, personal confidence traits of new adult generation
 •  Fortress of solitude
 •  Fairness in sentencing important
 •  Don't count GOP out in 2010
 •  Furlough