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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 9, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Hospital patient escapes, is captured
 •  Waialua brushfire nearly extinguished
 •  Police Beat
 •  Makua activists fill court
 •  Delta revises service to O'ahu
 •  $800M sought for four hotels
 •  Comcast bid helps drive blue chip, tech stocks
 •  Outrigger to spend $300M to redevelop 7.9 Waikiki acres
 •  Legislature plans special session to override governor
 •  Mirikitani says he won't resign

Local News
 •  HPD radio glitches a problem nationally
 •  Special-needs net may be too wide
 •  State harbors sinking in mismanagement
 •  Torpedoes idle shipyard workers
 •  Fires set by kids burden Wai'anae
 •  Woman crusades for gay rights
 •  Bus design nets Hawai'i team top honors
 •  Legality of UPW comp plan examined
 •  Obituaries
 •  Salutes/Grants
$4,000 gift to help Outdoor Circle with archiving
 •  Mililani antenna inaction angers community members
 •  O'ahu Calendar
 •  Party like Marines at BayFest
 •  Military briefs
 •  Military Calendar
 •  Military Update
Medical oversight group may have met for last time
 •  Aliens overrun Island environs

 •  Foreign players' status concerns UH
 •  St. Louis principal resigned to Lee's departure
 •  Agbayani takes break for first child
 •  Swimming
Flanagan, Tennant splash to victories
 •  Transpac race promises to come down to wire
 •  Soccer
West O'ahu captures second title
 •  Isle File
Kane'ohe wins Koa Kai canoe race
 •  Ferd Lewis
Rainbows sweat out notice of another NCAA go-round

Island Life
 •  Surgical garments aren't just for surgery anymore
 • CD Review
Mana'o Company ensures aloha for everyone
 •  The Mana'o Company returns with new CD
 •  Revelations may induce 'reality' TV credibility crisis
 •  Left Lane
Indonesian mysteries
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Tryouts
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Megamergers fall out of favor
 •  Outsourcing boosts high-tech companies
 •  On the road: comfort in coach
 •  Tech tips
 •  60 Seconds
'Sink or swim' means many drown
 •  Coming Events
 •  Tradewinds

 •  Traffic cameras should be for safety, not profit
 •  Let Pentagon name the bases to close

 •  Letters to the Editor
Island Voices
 •  Aloha – and good riddance