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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 16, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 • Judge sets November deadline to meet Felix needs
 •  Change needed to help parolees
 •  Honolulu consumer prices reflect weak demand
 •  Maui blackout traced to lightning
 •  Bargain hunters buoy stocks
 •  Waipahu fire leaves 15 homeless

Local News
 •  Navy divers rehearsing tricky salvage mission
 •  O'ahu's only auto recycler threatens to refuse wrecks
 •  Police/Courts
Argument over cigarette led to slaying
 •  Driver's estate sued for damages in fatal Pearl City crash
 •  Maui woman's killer avoids death sentence
 •  Education
Legality of HSTA pact disputed
 •  Hawai'i students boost average score on ACT
 •  Crowding at Koko Head Elementary angers parents
 •  Our Schools McKinley High School
At home of Tigers, students know 'they're in a good place'
 •  Four libraries to hold SAT seminars
 •  On Schools
Waimanalo preschool to become trust's 32nd
 •  Other news
Gas-line break jams Waikiki streets, idles tourists
 •  Aloha Market seeks permits in Halawa
 •  Wailupe turnoff lane to be extended
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Kaua'i seal-protected zone expands
 •  Lana'i dentist wary of plan to fluoridate
 •  A third of Maui hit by blackout
 •  What's open and closed tomorrow, Admissions Day
 •  Corrections
 •  Obituaries
 •  Social Security surplus disputed

 •  UH sports
Higher expectations greet Warriors to fall camp
 •  1997 Kahuku graduate joins Wahine volleyball team
 •  High schools
Kahuku prepares for Utah power
 •  Non-league high school football schedule
 •  Baseball
Ex-Iolani baseball player's stock rising
 •  Honolulu man will revisit title season
 •  Clemens' 16-1 mark best in past 32 years
 •  Isle File
Pearl City remains undefeated in Babe Ruth
 •  Ferd Lewis
It's a good move for TV game

Island Life
 •  Try & tri-again
Athletes need to replenish fluids first, experts say
 •  Health Calendar
 •  UCLA linguists catch up on student slang
 •  TV Review
Pianist making his slack-key debut
 •  Museum offers seminar on missionary period
 •  The Left Lane
KTUH extends reach; you guess how far
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday

 •  Manoa Innovation Center manager quits in dispute
 •  California group buys Hotel Hana-Maui
 •  Study says county can run Kaua'i Electric cheaper
 •  Bankruptcy Court OKs Sure Save reorganization
 •  Liberty House owner cuts back purchases
 •  Business briefs
 •  Japan economy grows slightly on consumer spending
 •  Korean song-swap creators indicted
 •  Bank of America exiting businesses
 •  Investors enticed by hybrid bonds

 •  Editorial
Europe trip might be a bit premature
 •  Editorial
Bad assumptions biased Wen Ho Lee case
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Second Opinion
Felix reports disheartening