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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 18, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Holiday crime spike part of yule season
 •  Police Beat
 •  It's crunch time for the yule elves
 •  Help sought in arson case that killed horses
 •  Family to sue Japan billionaire over driveway
 •  Akaka undergoes surgery for knee replacement
 •  Positive news propels Dow back toward 10,000
 •  Golfer in UH softball stadium case spared jail
 •  Kamehameha schools to reach more students
 •  Movie Review
'Lord of the Rings' is vivid, imaginative stunner
 •  Analysis
'Lord of the Rings' may not appeal to littlest 'Harry Potter' fans

Local News
 •  Residents say city trying to inflate property taxes
 •  Kamehameha seeks to expand early education programs
 •  Maui volunteer still counts her blessings
 •  14 candidates seek to fill Mirikitani's seat
 •  Death of rocker Adamson likely suicide, official says
 •  The holidays
Christmas tree seekers still in luck
 •  Waiau students pay tribute to Navy crew
 •  Peak crowds push the envelope at post offices
 •  Advertiser Christmas Fund
King-size bed tops couple's wish list
 •  Commuting
Traffic warnings extended to Jan. 2
 •  Drive Time
Some snapshots on traffic-light camera issues
 •  Roadwork
 •  Other news
Cayetano says cruise ship gambling would help state
 •  Kailua muralist's sprayer stolen
 •  Maui Council decision aids developers, preservationists
 •  Police Beat
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Champ to take bite of the Big Apple

 •  Wahine give Charlotte basketball lesson, 82-59
 •  Savovic looking to rebound this week
 •  21-year-old from Kaua'i captures prestigious contest
 •  Duke a unanimous No. 1
 •  High schools
Iolani's Kamana'o runs away with Player of the Year honor
 •  Kamehameha's Kneubuhl is boys Player of the Year
 •  NFL
Browns' leadership sends wrong message to fans
 •  St. Louis defeats Saints, 34-21
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Kids know all about Santa
 •  Some fans worry about `Lord of the Rings' movie
 •  O'ahu Italian citizens eager to share culture
 •  Recording academy to honor lifetime achievers
 •  Acceptance of 'permanent botanicals' growing
 •  Complex gives NBA high-tech edge
 •  The Left Lane
'Portraits of Grief'
Great outdoor gadget
Hook up with 'Sims'
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Jobless claims still high
 •  Cayetano now backs Jones Act exception
 •  Retailers hit holiday homestretch in frenzy
 •  Power firms struggle as stock values slide
 •  CPB to pay larger dividend

 •  Editorial
Cruise ship arrival is hopeful sign for Islands
 •  Editorial
Bush should veto defense spending bill
 •  Editorial
Energy security depends on real alternatives
 •  Island Voices
We do not practice what we preach
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Byte Marks
Vote on new list of world wonders
 •  Wireless wizardry
 •  Q & A
Device alerts you to incoming calls while online
 •  Tech Toys - New products to delight the techie
 •  Prepaid service can save money