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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 17, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Suspect in 1975 murder returning to Hawai'i
 •  Army resumes training in Makua Valley exercises
 •  Anthrax scare investigated as likely hoax
 •  Knives found at scene of apparent murder-suicide
 •  BancWest profits jump
 •  Rising anthrax fears frustrate investors
 •  Man critically hurt after Fort Weaver Road accident
 •  Two more bodies found in Ehime Maru

Local News
 •  Navy divers recover body from Ehime Maru wreck
 •  Eco-friendly options favored in dengue fever battle
 •  College Hill renovation cost may reach $1 million
 •  Sex-offender escapes concern Pearl City residents
 •  Poor visibility, pilot blamed in Vietnam copter crash
 •  FBI investigating anthrax scare as likely hoax
 •  The September 11th attack
Security costs mount as tax revenues trickle off
 •  Support agencies offer ideas to help jobless
 •  Major grower to send fewer Christmas trees to Hawai'i
 •  Trade Center victim Maile Hale remembered
 •  Environment
UH researchers praised for work on climate prediction
 •  Teachers explore treasures found in Hawai'i forests
 •  Police/Courts
7 knives found at scene of apparent murder-suicide
 •  Las Vegas slaying case sentencing delayed
 •  Other news
Jay Stone, radio personality, dead at 55
 •  Hawai'i donations sought for Mighty Mo
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Maui Council addresses dengue, economy
 •  Motorcyclist killed in crash
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Bob Krauss
Life goes on, even with a smile

 •  UH basketball picked to finish second in WAC
 •  Tulsa coach hopes to set example by making sacrifice
 •  Chang returns to starting unit
 •  Tougher trip awaits Wahine
 •  Homegrown Report
Penn State freshman never got cold feet
 •  Other Hawai'i athletes
 •  Group bidding to return bowl game to Hawai'i
 •  Kamehameha hires Darryl Gabriel
 •  Isle File
Hawai'i paddlers will compete in Tahiti races
 •  Warriors fortify with 'local grindz' for big road trip
 •  Sports calendar

Island Life
 •  Scholarly nun believes faith and science coexist
 •  Volunteers ready to lend a hand, make a difference
 •  Tell us what you think of Harry, how his tale will end
 •  The Left Lane
Up for a challenge
 •  Around Town
MVT preparing to do 'The Wash'
 •  Show Biz
Amy Gilliom added to Cazimero holiday show
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Taste
Comfort food helps many when life gets difficult
 •  Chefs need comfort, too
 •  What's comfort? Baking potatoes with cheese
 •  Island Pantry
Cheap eats: Making your food dollars s-t-r-e-t-c-h
 •  Beer is the all-purpose ingredient
 •  Off the Shelf
Using vanilla? Try the natural way
 •  Cook's Tips
Cream whips best in a chilled bowl
 •  Quick Bites
Local chefs in N.Y. preparing spread
 •  Tips for controlling what you eat
 •  Market comparison
 •  Culinary Calendar

 •  Aloha Airlines employees study pay-cut proposal
 •  United slashes California service
 •  United says it will 'perish' without rally
 •  Hawai'i business
Maui sets sights on kama'aina tourism
 •  PUC member takes job at UH
 •  Amfac Center deal nears completion
 •  Workshop aims to help recovery
 •  National business
Rate drops spur home resales in 35 states
 •  Las Vegas high rollers may not return soon
 •  LVMH cuts forecast to no growth in profits in 2001

 •  Editorial
Economic signs no cause to be complacent
 •  Editorial
Cool cost-benefit look needed on terror plans
 •  Editorial
Caution yes, but we must not be fearful
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Volcanic Ash
Race for mayor is getting interesting