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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 9, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Hirono to run for mayor, stepping out of gov's race
 •  SHOPO says officer shortage cause for lawsuit
 •  Police Beat
 •  Modest advance sends Dow above pre-Sept. 11 level
 •  Canada's No. 2 airline closes amid labor impasse
 •  Search for woman lost in surf resumes tomorrow

Local News
 •  High winter surf claims visitor from Massachusetts
 •  Schools to get new playground equipment
 •  Dengue fever in 'smoldering' stage, official says
 •  Ballot fight over smoking ban could be costly
 •  Castle triplets return to their Hawai'i roots
 •  The September 11th attack
Bush urges Americans to volunteer
 •  Text of President Bush's speech
 •  Hawai'i to greet 600 New Yorkers in December
 •  UH to alert students about INS request
 •  Other news
Trust to discuss preservation of Kane'ohe ridges
 •  Rulings questioned in Felix decree case
 •  Police unveil new dispatching system
 •  Police Beat
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Kaua'i council weighs changes to property tax breaks
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Gail's snake lei shows you've arrived

 •  Wahine pound San Jose St.
 •  Entire tourney could be on Mainland
 •  UH needs fair shake in hosting
 •  Top seeds advance in boys volleyball tourney
 •  Senior tri-captains will lead Rainbow basketball
 •  New-look Wahine play basketball exhibition tomorrow
 •  Wahine soccer team plays for WAC title tomorrow
 •  Boise St. proves worth in switch to WAC
 •  UH's Coolen, Wilton agree to new deals
 •  Tinoisamoa may be out for rest of season
 •  North Shore surfer captures Xcel Pro
 •  Viloria fights Canadian in Philadelphia
 •  Recreation
Outdoor necessities
 •  Turkey Trot scheduled for Thanksgiving Day
 •  Outside notices
 •  The racing report
 •  Isle File
Limoz scores TKO
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Adopting kids overseas grows more complicated
Japan's 'Firefly Dreams' wins top film festival prize
 •  Two hopefuls will star at local group's benefit ball
 •  The Left Lane
Iz Fest kick-off moved up an hour
 •  Maritime merriment scheduled Sunday
 •  If the slipper fits ...
 •  Michael Jackson's new disc tops charts
 •  Tip-offs
'Dreamcoat' set for spring, Margaret Cho returns
 •  Micronesians will celebrate their culture
 •  Show Biz
Hilton hotelier will be honored
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Hilton modifies timeshare to address view concerns
 •  Mortgage rates plunge to new low
 •  Hawai'i mortgage rates fall to 6.18 percent
 •  United slashes another 171 jobs
 •  Star-Bulletin faces layoffs, pay cuts
 •  Business briefs
 •  U.S., world business
New forecast admits Japanese economy shrinking
 •  Disney suffers dismal fourth quarter
 •  Execs: Jittery investors will return

 •  Editorial
Council punted on smoking ban measure
 •  Editorial
Ashcroft suicide stand mustn't halt pain relief
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Here are seven initiatives to reform education

 •  Music Scene
Tool hammers its own niche in rockdom
 •  Iz's friends still celebrate his music
 •  The merrily twisted tale of P.D.Q. and the prof
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Dining Scene
Boomerangs' ribs are worth coming back for
 •  Lunch Break: Where Korean 'cue is the star attraction
 •  Movie Scene
'Heist' has more twists than Chubby Checker
 •  'Shallow Hal' lacks depth, biting humor
 •  Computer-generated movies red hot
 •  Screening Room
 •  Stage Scene
Diverse offerings on O'ahu's stages
 •  Craft Fairs 101
Crafters looking for a happy holiday season
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  What's Up!
 •  The Buzz
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Critic's Choice
 •  Nightclubs