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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 11, 2001

BREAKING NEWS (Updated at 7:29 a.m. HST)
 •  FAA World Trade Center towers collapse, Pentagon on fire after coordinated plane attacks
Most O'ahu public schools, UH open; outgoing Hawai'i flights grounded; Ala Moana Center closed
FAA halts all air takeoffs in U.S. for first time
Troops deployed in response to apparent terrorist attack
Plane that hit Trade Center hijacked
Devastation unfolds on national television
United plane crashes in Pennsylvania
Dollar falls amid terrorist attack
High alert, evacuations, closures nationwide after attacks

Local News
 •  Mystery itch strikes again at Makalapa Elementary
 •  Inouye fights POW measure
 •  Waimanalo dairy farm likely to close
 •  Teachers union denies altering contract agreement
 •  Gay-rights group wins holiday display permit
 •  Police/Courts
Kidnapper's truck found
 •  Short circuit blamed in Tantalus house fire
 •  Woman pleads not guilty in shrimp truck extortion
 •  Search for missing boater continues
 •  Commuting
Extra left-turn lane helps Kunia drivers
 •  Roadwork
 •  O'ahu alternatives to the usual drive
 •  Other news
Waimanalo residents worry over canoe halau
 •  Remains found at 1944 crash site in Russia
 •  Alaska Natives seek allies against Arctic drilling
 •  State employees lauded for efficiency efforts
 •  May Arstad Neal Moir, gardening maven, dead at 93
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Road to lava flow nets $3,420 in fees
 •  Big Island residents oppose reapportionment plan
 •  Hawaiian group contests sale of former cane land
 •  Kaua'i seal pup moved from popular beach
 •  Hilo man identified as victim in Puna-area drowning
 •  Miyako Hori, Kapa'au pie maker, dead at 97
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
UH football game on Maui good for all

 •  UH sports
Murakami receives award
 •  UH grad rates beat national average
 •  Ex-'Bow Ostler will play in European league
 •  Backup QB considers redshirting this season
 •  High schools
Kamehameha boys, Punahou girls out to defend state titles
 •  Iolani volleyball team to take on some of best on Mainland
 •  Player OK after bee sting reaction
 •  Weekly honors
 •  Advertiser's top 10 football poll
 •  Football standings, statistics
 •  Other sports
Musashimaru stays unbeaten at 3-0
 •  Broncos beat Giants, 31-20, in home debut
 •  Isle File
E. Washington hands Wahine first soccer loss
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Island Style
Picking clothes that flatter is a matter of proportion
 •  Fashion Calendar
 •  Conference explains birth options
 •  The Left Lane
Merry WHAT?
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Bankrupt Crazy Shirts to be sold to Big Dog
 •  Crazy Shirts: The first 40 years
 •  Tourism conference to focus on trends Hawai'i will face
 •  Lawsuit against healthcare advocacy groups dismissed
 •  Business briefs
 •  U.S., world business
Qwest to slash 4,000 jobs
 •  Exotic crops reviving Tasmania's economy
 •  Largest French bank looks to expand in U.S.
 •  Commercials aimed at kids denounced
 •  Tourism Talk
Shark reports aren't taking bite out of Hawai'i tourism

 •  Editorial
Insurance industry has a selling job to do
 •  Editorial
Emergency road for Wai'anae long overdue
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
The hidden benefits of teaching in Wai'anae