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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 29, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Bicyclist critically injured in Pearl City collision
 •  Man stabbed while breaking up fight
 •  First swine flu death reported in Hawaii — at Tripler
 •  Isle students released from quarantine in South Korea
 •  Ala Moana, Maili beach parks will stay open overnight July 3
 •  Man tried in stomping death gets one year in jail
 •  Former Kaneohe minister sentenced in sex assault of church member
 •  Fire that damaged Waianae Elementary classroom was intentionally set
 •  Hawaii community health centers get $8.5 million in stimulus money
 •  Soldier assigned to 100th Battalion remembered at service in Kuwait
 •  Employee followed robbery suspects' SUV and called police
 •  Hawaii law cited in report questioning health care mandates
 •  Miss Hawaii went from UH volleyball to pageant crown
 •  Reports: Rockets' Yao may miss season
 •  Tennis: Federer reaches quarterfinals at Wimbledon
 •  Supreme Court takes case over licensing of NFL apparel
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams wins at Wimbledon when Ivanovic retires
 •  MLB: Giants’ Lincecum dominates Cardinals with 2-hitter
 •  NBA: Timberwolves content waiting on Rubio
 •  Tennis: Oudin loses, but gains a sense of belonging
 •  NFL: Steelers sign third-round pick Urbik
 •  MLB: Mets’ Beltran to get second opinion on ailing knee
 •  NBA: Korver staying with Utah
 •  NFL: Jets claim G Mike Fladell off waivers from Giants
 •  MLB: Halladay back, but Blue Jays still lose to Rays
 •  NFL: Agent: Eagles, McCoy agree to terms on 4-year deal
 •  Tennis: A roof closes at Wimbledon, and the fans roar
 •  MLB: Red Sox 3B Lowell has fluid drained, hip injection
 •  MLB: Khalil Greene goes back on DL with anxiety
 •  MLB: Brewers minor leaguer suspended 100 games
 •  MLB: A’s starter Outman to have elbow surgery Tuesday
 •  NBA: Signing Crawford gives Hawks free agent options
 •  NBA: Timberwolves waiting on Rubio
 •  NBA: Bucks make offer to Sessions but not Villanueva
 •  CFB: Texas LB treated for concussion after crash
 •  Tsai named new Kalani boys soccer coach
 •  CFB: NC State’s Irving recovering after crash, surgery
 •  CFB: Arkansas linebacker dismissed after DUI arrest
 •  Tennis: Roddick advances to Wimbledon quarterfinals
 •  Thousands attend funeral for Iowa high school football coach
 •  Track and field: Rodgers leads young U.S. track crew
 •  CBKB: Kentucky seeks to move Billy Gillispie lawsuit
 •  Tennis: Roddick, Blake, Bryans on U.S. Davis Cup team
 •  NBA: Nets pick up option on F Jarvis Hayes.
 •  NBA: Pacers let G Daniels become free agent
 •  MLB: Ramirez drops to 7th in NL All-Star voting; Victorino 5th
 •  MLB: Ramirez’s Minor League Tour coming to an end
 •  Soccer: Analysis: There’s no shame in second-place for US
 •  Soccer: Run to final bodes well for U.S. chances at the World Cup
 •  MLB: A bunch of firsts for Giant pitcer Sadowski against Brewers
 •  Soccer: Still problems though FIFA president praises Confed Cup
 •  On this date: 1957 — Incorrect scorecard costs Jackie Pung the U.S. Women's Open title
 •  Local General Growth exec to join HRPT Properties
 •  Federal judge keeps competing offers alive for Hilo Hattie
 •  'No Rules' slam Thursday features Bay Area poet Jason Bayani
 •  First MELE Songwriters Workshop is July 10-12
 •  July 4 event at Wet 'N' Wild to benefit Konishiki Kids Foundation
 •  Second annual Surf Film Festival opens July 10
 •  ‘Avenue Q’ ending Broadway run
 •  Thousands show love for Jackson at vigil
 •  Jackson’s estate: Fallout will be monumental
 •  Bumper crop of CD box sets for Woodstock at 40
 •  In 1969, there was Zager and Evans
 •  Media coverage of celebrity deaths intensifies
 •  Vegas headliner Fred Travalena dies
 •  Spears, DeGeneres Twitpic accounts hacked
 •  Janet Jackson thanks fans at BET Awards
 •  Libraries play key role in surviving the economic storm

Local News
 •  City buying 20 hybrid buses
 •  Kauai bridge will gain extra lane
 •  Man hopeful wife will return
 •  Hawaii's DLNR shifts its enforcement focus
 •  Drop in Hawaii tourism hasn't slowed growth of street Photo gallery Video
 •  Hansen's disease in spotlight again because of Hawaii priest
 •  Illegal beach bonfires proliferating
 •  Abercrombie, Hirono back energy bill
 •  Homeless children get a helping hand
 •  Earthquake rattles Maui, parts of Molokai, Big Island
 •  Karamatsu considers joining lieutenant governor's race
 •  Ex-Farrington star among 4 men charged in robbery
 •  Second rail station design workshop takes place today
 •  Investigators probing blaze at Waianae Elementary
 •  Fishing vessel capsizes, two aboard swim ashore safely
 •  2 men injured after head-on collision along highway
 •  N. Korea slams Hawaii missile defense Photo gallery
 •  Giant wiener's cruising island
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Youth crews help Lanikai triumph Photo gallery Video
 •  Shin wins while fellow rookie Wie ties for 10th
 •  Lau leads charge in national surf
 •  Perry sizzles with tourney-record 258
 •  Rivera closes out 500th career save
 •  Rangers' slugger to rehab in minors
 •  Crawford pulls fast one
 •  Brazil bounces back to beat U.S.
 •  Waikiki Beach Boys win regatta
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Turn your bookishness into decor
 •  Reality dating series looking for candidates
 •  Former UH Wahine crowned Miss Hawaii Photo gallery
 •  Turn your bookishness into decor
 •  Use fans to cut down on electric bill
 •  For the environment

 •  Fate of private data vague as firm closes
 •  At a time of job uncertainty, maybe you need a mentor
 •  'Ukulele remain hot sell despite down economy Photo gallery
 •  GM responsible for future claims
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Governor should veto election finance bill
 •  Diversified ag gets only lip service
 •  Digital journalism poses challenges to accuracy standards
 •  Fear, ignorance, intolerance are the real demons
 •  Good Samaritan