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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 10, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Ala Moana water main break snarls traffic
 •  Search for MIAs to use helicopters again
 •  Police Briefs
 •  Solid swell bringing high surf to south shore
 •  Legislature votes to override veto of consent to sex bill
 •  State makes offer on teacher bonus
 •  Trans Hawaiian files Chapter 11
 •  Dental insurer ordered closed
 •  Dow declines again on earnings outlook

Local News
 •  Lawmakers meet today to override Cayetano veto
 •  Mirikitani says he won't resign
 •  Man run over by state employee to get $1.5 million
 •  Recent escapes no surprise to State Hospital's neighbors
 •  Review of hospital security under consideration
 •  Judge considers injunction on training at Makua
 •  Commuting
Readers weigh in on hot traffic issues
 •  Home Depot may affect Pearl City traffic
 •  Roadwork
 •  O'ahu alternatives to the usual drive
 •  Other news
Judge urged to quash special-ed subpoenas
 •  Contractor leaving Kuli'ou'ou baseyard
 •  Stubborn blaze flares up in Waialua
 •  William Harr, WWII pilot, contractor, dead at 77
 •  Carolyn Hicks, co-founder of Hicks Homes, dead at 83
 •  Concetta Riccio, garden club pioneer, dead at 79
 •  Police Beat
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Hawai'i County to sell foreclosed Nansay property
 •  Trial begins in Maui tourists' deaths
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
Mirikitani has nerve to scold his peers

 •  Two more Rainbows under NCAA scrutiny
 •  Review of international players to expand
 •  Seattle welcomes All-Stars
 •  Belgium's Wauters takes Tour lead; Armstrong 11th
 •  Pegasus victorious in Transpac
 •  July Grand Sumo Tournament
Musashimaru remains undefeated at 3-0
 •  Foreign flavor adds a lot at UH

Island Life
 •  Island Style
Anne Namba: Creating designs for every taste, age and gender
 •  Lingerie shop features natural fibers
 •  Want real first class? Better catch a flight out of the U.S.
 •  PBS focusing on Rome, icebergs, welfare
 •  The Left Lane
Don't be blown away
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  'Final Fantasy' premiere decidedly low-key

 •  Outrigger's makeover
Outrigger envisions new face for Waikiki
 •  Outrigger bet could pay off for Waikiki
 •  Redevelopment plan at a glance
 •  Liberty House sold for $200 million
 •  Delta changes service to Honolulu
 •  Prince hotels not for sale, official says
 •  Sprint to close Honolulu call center
 •  National business
Northwest seeks more landing slots at Narita
 •  Top Internet grocer to seek Chapter 11
 •  Tourism talk
No shortage of trucks and accompanying odors on Lewers Street
 •  Today in Click!
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 •  Editorial
History of Ford Island must not be lost
 •  Editorial
Waikiki: Outrigger's long-awaited upgrade
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
'Alala lawsuit hurt all of us

 •  Hawai'i Tech
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 •  Bytemarks
Trippy '70s effects now on computer
 •  Didgets
New service debuts in Islands
 •  Wired In
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