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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 4, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Hawai'i worst among states in economic growth
 •  State will try again to auction Marks Estate
 •  Molokai nurses continue strike
 •  Hiker retrieved after rescue chopper goes down
 •  Pedestrian critically hurt
 •  GOP wants extra bill considered in special session
 •  'It didn't have to happen,' says dead man's mother
 •  Burger King to close downtown
 •  If Murphy rejects UH, coaching job goes to Trapasso
 •  Investors tentative amid lingering fears
 •  Kahului Airport shut down after bomb threat
 •  'Ewa man wins $1 million in Vegas
 •  Georgia Tech's Trapasso named new UH baseball coach

Local News
 •  Police/Fire
Wahiawa standoff ends with one dead
 •  Recent shootings involving police
 •  Officials stress fire safety for summer
 •  Other news
Pearl Harbor memorial, film share spotlight
 •  Skillful sleuth reunites families
 •  Reef-fish collectors treat prey with care
 •  Fund-raising for love
 •  Governor signs bill to pay for UH raises
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Kaua'i rescue copter goes down

Maui congregation looks to law for new church

 •  Maui homeowners file second lawsuit over defects
 •  Wailuku cyclist killed in crash
 •  Obituaries
 •  Jan TenBruggencate
Investors pushing recycling

 •  ASU's Murphy states his wish list
 •  New Zealand lifeguard takes dive to capture Waikiki King's Race
 •  Kailua wins tight canoe racing opener
 •  WAC directors expected to approve TV deals
 •  Nakama triumphs at Maui Open
 •  Isle File
Hawai'i sailing team trails leaders

Island Life
 •  Island People
From Russia with art: Svetlana Vovina
 •  Bishop Museum to hold Pacific festival
 •  Philippines singer Jolina planning Blaisdell concert
 •  Scholarships, other help offered by Kamehameha
 •  The Left Lane
'Pearl' gem
 •  Tryouts
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  O'ahu hotel occupancy rates second in nation
 •  Although second in nation, hotel occupancy rates tumble
 •  Other business news
Isle man hopes to create a memorable flush
 •  Aquasearch signs deal with U.S. distributor
 •  On-job surveillance on the rise, study says
 •  Internet
Japanese businessman builds new life from dot-com failure
 •  Interplanetary Internet in works
 •  60 Seconds on Business
Nothing as valuable as a new idea
 •  Coming Events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Editorial
State hospital mess calls for outside help
 •  Editorial
Audubon interest adds new life to Waimea
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Commentary
America's China attitude is not a policy

Military Briefing
 •  Marine's commitment pays off
 •  Leeward cleanup
 •  Briefs
 •  Military Update
Bill changes how retiree pay is split in case of divorce