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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 4, 2001

Local News
 •  State teacher shortage called 'biggest in years'
 •  Hula show gives up Kodak label
 •  Police/Courts
HPD officer accused of hypocrisy in food scam
 •  State out to curb prison gangs
 •  Other news
Salvage ship lifts Ehime Maru again
 •  Air Force to remove old fuel system
 •  Stage set for debut of Windward theater
 •  Scientists probing mysteries of seaweed propagation
 •  Hawai'i gives $352,900 to MDA cause
 •  Keeping his eye on the ball
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Four-year Maui university speeding toward reality
 •  Lack of university hasn't deterred Maui
 •  Maui market to help build community
 •  Fire destroys Hilo warehouse
 •  Commuting
Punahou off-ramp work picks up speed
 •  Roadwork
 •  O'ahu alternatives to the usual drive
 •  Health
Blood cells grown from stem cells
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Tradition takes a back seat

 •  St. Louis coach Lee ready for last crusade
 •  ILH team capsules
 •  New ILH schedule still needs tweaking
 •  List of ILH football champions
 •  Other high school football
Castle's victory long overdue
 •  Weekly honors
 •  Advertiser's top 10 football poll
 •  Standings, statistics
 •  UH football
Montana coach could be Grizzlies' ace in the hole
 •  UH wants to feel at home on the road
 •  Other news
Flanagan, Hutchinson win Roughwater Swim
 •  Akebono unsure of retirement plans
 •  Rams acquire, trade backup QBs
 •  Isle File
Ho brothers advance in world masters surf meet

Island Life
 •  Fall makeup must-haves
 •  Fashion Calendar
 •  America ready for Yu-Gi-Oh! invasion
 •  Oceanic channel shuffle increases standard service
 •  'Nightline' shines light on Congo
 •  The Left Lane
E = MC Hawking
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday

 •  Carrier's switch to Narita not a setback, officials say
 •  Hewlett-Packard buying Compaq
 •  Ski resort's locals fight to keep open space
 •  Pizzerias feel pinch of cheese prices
 •  Setbacks, opportunity seen for unions
 •  Tourism Talk
Kudos to tourism authority for safeguarding budgeting ethics

 •  Editorial
Estate has second chance in Waikiki
 •  Editorial
China-Taiwan stability: Commerce is a key
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Second Opinion
City's rapid transit vision will fade

 •  Hawai'i Tech
Web is ticket back to Hawai'i for many job seekers
 •  Didgets
Site spotlights folk artists in Hawai'i
 •  Bytemarks
Cool sounds from hot sites on the Web
 •  Wired In
High-tech pool system acts as backup safety net for lifeguards