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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 4, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Maui police shot but saved by vest
 •  Mirikitani sentencing postponed
 •  Verizon to further upgrade network
 •  Authorities raid Lanikai home for drugs
 •  Aging USS Arizona vets get rousing welcome
 •  Low mortgage rates drive up home sales
 •  UH lineman to play in all-star Shrine game
 •  Technology strength, Bush comments trigger market rally
 •  Financing OK'd for Aquasearch
 •  Kahuku defensive tackle heading for UH

Local News
 •  Mirikitani marries before retiring from City Council
 •  Aloha greets New York heroes
 •  Partner waited lifetime for last dance
 •  ROTC squad's role after attack recalled
 •  Police/Courts
Kona woman killed by police car
 •  Crime rise seen as not unusual
 •  Sex offenders' move delayed
 •  Kaua'i police chief to stay on leave
 •  Bar video to be displayed in Arakawa trial
 •  Advertiser Christmas Fund
Ex-addict, abused wife reclaims life
 •  Other news
Kailua losing landmark bakery
 •  Legislators to release Felix report draft today
 •  Senate confirms U.S. attorney
 •  A sure sign that it's windy
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Commuting
Cameras are now watching O'ahu highways for speeders
 •  Drive Time
What you need to know about monitor cameras
 •  Roadwork
 •  Neighbor Islands
Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
American triumph finally told

 •  Football
Nine Warriors all-WAC
 •  Kailua lineman commits to Hawai'i
 •  BYU no longer in BCS consideration
 •  Three injured players hope to see action against BYU
 •  Goodwill Classic football set for Friday
 •  Surfing
Beachley tops World again
 •  High schools | O'ahu league volleyball all-stars
ILH boys: Kamehameha duo shares Player of the Year honors
 •  ILH girls: State champion Iolani places three on first team
 •  OIA East boys: Hoop player now a star in volleyball
 •  OIA East girls: Miyashiro, Hardimon named Players of the Year
 •  OIA West boys: Pearl City's Dupont is top player
 •  OIA West girls: Wai'anae takes top awards
 •  Isle File
Wahine volleyball match will be shown live on K5
 •  Ferd Lewis
BCS could be red in face again
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Venus of the airwaves entertains in Tagalog
 •  Christmas concert no holiday for The Caz
 •  Dancers stand out individually in over-busy Leeward program
 •  Anthrax makes life even worse for powdered doughnuts
 •  The Left Lane
 •  Around Town
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday

 •  Hospital inspections lag
 •  Kaluakoi Resort finds buyer
 •  Three-year effort to rescue Kaua'i hotel fails
 •  Aloha gets $3.3 million in new round of airline aid
 •  National business
Group upset over bank privacy
 •  The grades for 15 leading banks
 •  Ruling to affect suits for age bias
 •  U.S. economy shows signs of recovery

 •  Editorials
Mideast horror leaves few options for Arafat
 •  Keep money incentives for organs modest
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Megan's Amendment needed

 •  Lights, camera, PC
 •  Q&A
'Read-only' files limit access
 •  Byte Marks
Wiki mode open to everyone
 •  Tech Toys
 •  Game-like simulator aims to fight terrorism
 •  Robot dog bows to your command
 •  'Tourist Guy' hoax getting second wind