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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 30, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Lingle serves notice of possible vetoes
 •  Man arrested in Kalihi stabbing
 •  Urban, East Honolulu population largely unchanged
 •  Three injured in Waikiki construction accident
 •  Iolani School buys 5.5-acre parcel adjacent to campus for $23 million
 •  Hawaii shoreline restoration projects getting $6 million from NOAA
 •  UH faculty, administration facing pay cuts, school president says
 •  Schofield Barracks welcomes public to 4th of July Spectacular
 •  ACLU takes case of filmmaker subpoenaed in suit over Kauai iwi, building of home
 •  Round Top, Waahila Ridge park gates to be closed early on 4th of July
 •  Memorial service scheduled for state hospital's 'forgotten' dead
 •  Without TheBoat, TheBus expands Leeward Coast service
 •  Big new south swell is on the way
 •  Maui water, sewer and trash collection fees going up tomorrow
 •  Brushfire reported near entrance to Kaena Point
 •  Trade winds backing off through Friday
 •  Bicyclist critically injured in Pearl City collision
 •  Ala Moana, Maili beach parks will stay open overnight July 3
 •  Former UH cornerback Mouton agrees with NFL's Titans
 •  UH's Kolten Wong named to Baseball America's Freshman All-America team
 •  Duke's Mike Krzyzewski: ’I’m not going to the Lakers’
 •  CFB: Senate to hold hearing on college football’s BCS
 •  MLB: Yankees acquire Hinske from Pirates
 •  NBA: Boozer decides to stay with Jazz
 •  Most viewers for US soccer on ESPN outside WCup
 •  Venus, Serena Williams reach Wimbledon semifinals
 •  NBA: Pacers make PG Jack restricted free agent
 •  NFL: Jaguars trade Northcutt to Lions for Alexander
 •  Pistons fire coach Michael Curry after 1 season
 •  NFL: Vontae Davis’ lesson: Always watch your back
 •  NBA: Warriors’ Maggette has minor wrist surgery
 •  NFL: Bruschi hasn’t decided future beyond 2009
 •  NBA: Rockets still mum on Yao news
 •  NBA: Some big names, fewer big spenders in free agency
 •  NFL: Giants sign 4th-round pick RB Andre Brown
 •  NFL: Panthers waive rookie LBs Juergens, Miller
 •  NBA: Cuban, Mavs in hot pursuit of keeping Kidd
 •  MLB: Indians’ Sizemore may need elbow surgery
 •  MLB: White Sox Guillen unconcerned about popularity
 •  MLB: Red Sox 3B Lowell placed on 15-day disabled list
 •  8 World Series of Poker players eye HORSE title
 •  NBA: Finley tells Spurs he plans to play 15th season
 •  Tennis: Karlovic, Cilic in Davis Cup for Croatia vs U.S.
 •  MLB: Yankees acquire Hinske from Pirates
 •  Preps: WVa's Van High drops football, blames low turnout
 •  NBA: Nowitzki's former fiancee now in Missouri jail
 •  Cyclist Kohl says he gave drugs to other athletes
 •  NFL: Vick bankruptcy plan offers more to creditors
 •  Tennis: Nadal officially left off Spain team in Davis Cup
 •  Auto racing: Allison, Waltrip among nominees for Hall of Fame
 •  Tennis: Safina advances despite struggling with serve
 •  CBKB: NCAA denies Kelvin Sampson appeal
 •  MLB: Mets stuck in baseball purgatory
 •  MLB: Hamilton starts rehab going 1-4 in Double-A
 •  MLB: Manny Ramirez ends tour in minors
 •  Track: Coach: Liu Xiang’s return from foot injury on hold
 •  MLB: Bumbling Diamondbacks lead the majors in errors
 •  NBA: David Lee expected to be a major player as free-agent period looms
 •  MLB: DeRosa trade smells like a fire sale by Indians
 •  London mayor: Olympic stadium could stay at 80,000
 •  Ex-Rutgers QB sues over likeness in video game
 •  NBA: Former Hoosiers teammates together again
 •  NCAA reduces Alabama State probation to 3 years
 •  CFB: Nebraska to don '62 uniforms vs. La-Lafayette
 •  Tennis: Spain leaves Nadal off Davis Cup lineup
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams easily reaches Wimbledon semis
 •  Cycling: Armstrong set for Tour de France support role
 •  On this date: 1978 — Willie McCovey becomes the 12th player to hit 500 home runs
 •  Amazon.com cuts ties with Hawaii Web sites over Internet tax
 •  UH President McClain resigns from ML Macadamia board
 •  Kauai electric company seeks 10.5% rate hike
 •  Local tattoo artist heads for 'Tattoo Highway'
 •  Bikers gathering to help children ride horses
 •  Jackman, Rogen, Hathaway among Oscar invitees
 •  Vibe magazine to end publication
 •  America to be in Maui concert to help celebrate 50th anniversary of Hawaii statehood
 •  3OH!3 to play at Pipeline Cafe in October
 •  L.A. funeral held for Farrah Fawcett
 •  Jackson songs fill the airwaves
 •  'Cheri' to open at Kahala 8 on July 10
 •  Asian superstars Wonder Girls kick off U.S. tour by opening for Jonas Brothers
 •  Depp does wonders for ‘Public Enemies’
 •  City should expedite waste-shipping plans

Local News
 •  Preacher gets up to 10 years Photo gallery
 •  Candidate faults Lingle's leadership
 •  Drainage system will ease flooding
 •  University of Hawaii sports down $2.58M
 •  Tripler patient’s June 19 death first in Hawaii related to swine flu
 •  Honolulu parking meter users get short grace period on rate hike Photo gallery
 •  Battleship Missouri going into drydock
 •  Casey Hills remembered as a 'platoon favorite'
 •  Fatal '04 stomping brings a year in jail
 •  Military prepared for N. Korea, Keating says
 •  Last warning: Cell phone ban kicks in tomorrow Video
 •  Isle students no longer in quarantine
 •  Whole Foods helping send culinary team to nationals
 •  Summer health, wellness program targets youths
 •  Fire investigators report school blaze set intentionally
 •  Police probe man's stabbing as attempted murder case
 •  Isle health centers to receive $8 million in federal grants
 •  Governor signs budget bill for fiscal years 2010, 2011
 •  Beach parks open Friday night to stake out space for Fourth
 •  Deployed dad shares in birth Photo gallery Video
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Scammers still prey on elderly Islanders

 •  WAC's payout shrinks
 •  Football camp offers high exposure
 •  Asing tops his peers to win junior pro meet
 •  Hawaii's Clay nominated
 •  Football camp offers high exposure
 •  Yuhara grabs U.S. Senior Open spot
 •  Foot injury could end Yao's career
 •  Victorino remains in fifth
 •  Giants' Lincecum 2-hits Cards, 10-0
 •  Brit advances indoors Photo gallery
 •  Former 'Sword in NBA league
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Recruiting frenzy for Hawaii talent

Island Life
 •  Man of the water
 •  Lesson learned: Forget luck; do what you love
 •  Kailua's Kupono Aweau needs your vote on 'Dance'
 •  Keaton fine after fall on set of 'Morning Glory' Photo gallery
 •  Little veggie gardens can yield big results
 •  Ace underwater photography skills
 •  'Little Lima Bean' teaches patience

 •  Developer files for 2nd bankruptcy
 •  Isle health care law questioned
 •  Madoff gets 150-year prison sentence
 •  Judge keeps 2 Hilo Hattie offers in play
 •  All of U.S. to share in California woes
 •  Investors scurry to Wall Street after seeing spike in oil prices
 •  Airline, conservancy join forces
 •  Jobs returns to Apple, also works from home

 •  Libraries play key role in navigating economic seas
 •  Dear Leader can't reach Hawaii — yet
 •  Detainees policy on unstable ground
 •  Health care