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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 11, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Attempt to lift Ehime Maru stalled
 •  Man killed in Kapahulu fire
 •  Officer pleads not guility in police food diversion case
 •  Surging market hits pre-Sept. 11 levels
 •  Chang likely to start against Texas-El Paso
 •  Purses banned at Aloha Stadium
 •  FBI issues warning of possible terrorist attacks
 •  Bush seeks to reassure Americans about security concerns
 •  President Bush's statements
 •  Wayward Cessna causes security scramble

Local News
 •  Alternative remedies cloud efforts to rid dengue fever
 •  Navy hopes to lift Ehime Maru today
 •  Lawmakers say special-ed surplus raises doubts
 •  Chemical spill forces Pawa'a evacuations
 •  Council suggests permit requirement for landfills
 •  Part-time Maui resident 'stunned' by Nobel Prize
 •  The September 11th attack
Civilians flee Kandahar on Day 5 of air strikes
 •  White House cautions networks on al-Qaida tapes
 •  Many Americans abroad presenting slimmer profile
 •  U.S. raises pressure on terrorists with 'Most Wanted' list
 •  Feds open criminal investigation into anthrax
 •  Lawmakers now back Cayetano's construction stimulus plan
 •  Kane'ohe woman sews tribute to victims
 •  Foodbank supply quickly shrinking
 •  Police/Courts
Honolulu men fined for sinking Jet Ski
 •  Jury awards Kapahulu woman $975,000 in malpractice case
 •  Police Beat
 •  Education
UH expands credit program for high schoolers
 •  Interest in medical training surges
 •  Our Schools | 'Ahuimanu Elementary
'Buddies' help younger students adjust
 •  On Schools
Ex-student named Felix turns 28
 •  Hawaiian education programs get $3.7 million
 •  Students on military bases score higher, researchers say
 •  Education briefs
 •  Other news
Legislative office managers warned about work hours
 •  State honors top workers, managers
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Mike Leidemann
Hearts in the right place

 •  Warriors ranked 25th in preseason basketball poll
 •  Savovic top pick of draft
 •  Miners matter to Nord
 •  Chang says he's 'questionable'
 •  Purses banned at Aloha Stadium
 •  Wahine welcome four newcomers
 •  Wahine take on UTEP, SMU
 •  Parity the only true predictor in the PacWest
 •  Maui tourney tickets on sale
 •  Golf Report
Ala Wai prime tour stop
 •  Hawai'i course of the week
 •  Isle File
Football game benefits N.Y. firefighters
 •  Ferd Lewis
Taking on whole new meaning

Island Life
 •  Restaurants team up for Sept. 11 victims
 •  The Left Lane
'Aloha Liberty'
 •  Health Calendar
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Tube Notes

 •  The September 11th attack
Some landlords offering retail tenants rent relief
 •  Report confirms downturn for Hawai'i hotels
 •  Bank economist optimistic about rebound
 •  Hawai'i making tourism appeal on Mainland
 •  Media coverage delights team on tourism mission
 •  Other business
State tax revenues down, reversing trend
 •  Motorola cuts 7,000 more jobs
 •  European Central Bank keeps rates steady
 •  Business briefs

 •  Editorial
State's Pacific burden deserves federal help
 •  Editorial
For Sharon and Arafat, a time to make choices
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Education ranks high in Hawai'i