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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 30, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Police investigate possible hit-and-run death
 •  Kaua'i man charged in fatal beating
 •  Consumer confidence at 7-year low
 •  Tesoro reports rise in profit
 •  Weakening economy pushes stocks down
 •  South Kohala building burns
 •  Hawai'i long-term bond rating drops
 •  ResortQuest's net income falls
 •  IRS urges Hawai'i to claim refunds

Local News
 •  Senators narrow scope of emergency powers bill
 •  House OK of harbor resolution criticized
 •  Plastic tubes confound marine debris experts
 •  Weekend rain a sign of what's to come
 •  Divers search for 9th Ehime Maru victim
 •  Police/Courts
Latchum widow can't sue government, judge rules
 •  Police Beat
 •  Education
UH to create cardiovascular research center
 •  Talks between Waimanalo dairy, UH unsuccessful
 •  Commuting
Get tax break for car pooling, riding the bus
 •  Roadwork
 •  Other news
Enrollment cap lifted on QUEST program
 •  Mink's Capitol office reopens after anthrax tests
 •  Richard Hagemeyer, Pacific weather expert, dead at 77
 •  Hilo meteorologist O.B. Buckner dead at 63
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
Flag idea gives wave of hope

 •  High schools
Kamehameha captures ILH championship
 •  Lineman Toledo found right path at Damien
 •  Moanalua, Kaiser receivers, 'Aiea quarterback set marks
 •  Bowling, cross country will hold league championships
 •  Weekly honors
 •  Advertiser's top 10 football poll
 •  Standings, statistics
 •  St. Louis, Quon win state riflery
 •  UH football
Hawai'i-Fresno State game seen in 1 million households
 •  Football coach has faced uphill battle at San Jose
 •  Other sports
HPU's Ahuna ready to face alma mater
 •  Professionals anxious to get back into competition
 •  Isle File
Hawai'i's Martin injured
 •  Ferd Lewis
UH-FSU among the best
 •  On the Air

Island Life
 •  Island Style
French Festival in town
 •  Going for cheap and cheerful
 •  Other features
Panel determines 'healthiest' cosmetics
 •  'K-Pax,' '13 Ghosts' top box office before Halloween
 •  'Monsters' hazmat scene loses its appeal
 •  Around Town
'Santa's Journey' at Liberty/Macy's
 •  The Left Lane
A worldly art bazaar
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Hawai'i economy in dumps until late 2002, expert says
 •  DFS Hawaii may reap huge break from bill
 •  State program addresses workplace violence
 •  Sale of Coco Palms Hotel still on track
 •  Business briefs
 •  National business
Ford to replace Nasser as CEO
 •  Cash-flow woes may hit more hotels in 2002
 •  EchoStar touts DirecTV deal
 •  New Napster on hold until next year
 •  Tourism Talk
Accurate information fuels our best defense against dengue fever

 •  Editorial
State should utilize LeMahieu's skills
 •  Editorial
Let Halloween go on, but hold off on pranks
 •  Editorial
Business interests coming into focus
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
U.N.'s work well recognized

 •  The September 11th attack
Terror attacks change attitudes about high-tech snooping
 •  Online Sept. 11 video tributes catching on
 •  Coordinated terrorist attack could disconnect Net
 •  Byte Marks
Beam yourself up to Usenet
 •  Q&A
Forget your user name at your peril
 •  Tech Toys
 •  Apple's iPod more than a music player
 •  New PC mag focuses on black newbies