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A family member of one of those missing from the Ehime Maru wiped away tears yesterday at Honolulu International Airport. Relatives began arriving from Japan yesterday.

Deborah Booker • The Honolulu Advertiser

NTSB reviewing sub's reliance on 'passive sonar'
Federal investigators are examining the details of a fatal 1989 submarine accident that bears some resemblance to Friday's collision between the USS Greeneville and a Japanese training vessel, the National Transportation Safety Board said yesterday.

Video of last night's NTSB briefing in small (1.5 Mb), large (8.7 Mb) and streaming format.
Coast Guard video of Saturday's discovery of a life raft and yesterday's finding of an oil slick from the sunken ship in small (956 kb), large (6.6 Mb) and streaming format.

NTSB officials John Hammerschmidt, left, and James Scheffer fielded questions during a press conference at the Waikiki Beach Marriott.

Eugene Tanner • The Honolulu Advertiser

Japanese and U.S. dignitaries bow to family members of the missing as they leave Honolulu International Airport following their arrival yesterday.

Deborah Booker • The Honolulu Advertiser

Missing students hoped to carry on tradition
Toshiya Sakashima, Yusuke Terata, Takeshi Mizuguchi and Katsuya Nomoto were learning to fish on the open ocean. Now the four boys, each 17, have become the youngest of nine people missing at sea since Friday.

Retiring crewman among missing
Sixty-year-old Hirotaka Segawa was going to retire when he returned home to Japan. But then tragedy struck the Ehime Maru, and the communications crewman is among nine people missing in the Pacific.

Probe to re-examine where subs should train
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said an investigation into the Greeneville accident with a Japanese fishing vessel will examine whether the Navy should conduct future submarine training farther from shore.

Coast Guard rescue timeline
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Diamond Head dwellers feud over height of home
Diamond Head is only one of several neighborhoods on O'ahu where residents are concerned about some homeowners building their homes higher than surrounding ones.

Cable impact study at Poka'i Bay challenged
Developer scales back senior home proposal
'Original' flag raises debate
Dealers confident in hybrid cars

Wahine rout Nevada, extend win streak to 6
The UH Wahine basketball team used balanced scoring, accurate free-throw shooting and a huge second-half run to defeat Nevada, 74-52, yesterday at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Bulldogs put bite on 'Bows, 86-63
Giannetti beats Louisville for first college win, 4-0
Isle File: Hawai'i 5-0 following sweep in water polo
Japan pro prevails at Pearl Open

New director to turn camera on Hawai'i
Mike McCartney, new president and CEO of the Hawai'i Public Television Foundation, said he's eager to hear the ideas of viewers and help shape Hawai'i Public Television.

'Wheel of Fortune' showcases Waikiki
Fads & Finds: Homemade says it from the heart

Firms thrive on headaches
Using a professional employer is often a way of avoiding high workers' comp rates, obtaining better benefits at lower costs, re-employing valuable workers who have retired, or eliminating human resources hassles.

Court to rule on Napster
60 Seconds on Business: Company's value tied to leadership

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