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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 18, 2001

Local News
 •  Dobelle, city push to move UH-West O'ahu to Kapolei
 •  Legislators bring special-ed contract under scrutiny
 •  Chaminade faces $154,000 safety fine
 •  Police/Courts
Eight arrested after police chase, gunfire
 •  Suspect allegedly robbed bank, then played golf
 •  Man sentenced to 10 years in Latchum case
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Early arrivals hurry up for wait at airport
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Air Guard fighters kept close watch over Hawai'i jetliners
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Hawai'i forces expect secondary role in U.S. offensive
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Maui man's son falsely described as among victims
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Hope turning to despair for families
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Mainland mail trickling in to Hawai'i
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Arizona Memorial experience has new meaning
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Hawai'i residents give nearly $250,000 to Red Cross
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Memorial service unites Big Islanders
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How to help
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Schofield to open Foote gate
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Rumsfeld: bin Laden is just one step
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Source: Taliban mulls bin Laden extradition
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Bush stokes up rhetoric for a fight
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5,400 missing as New York reopens
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Fire still burns beneath Trade Center rubble
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Arizona, California Texas slayings probed as hate crimes
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FBI detains 49, widens probe dragnet
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Congress clears agenda to act on anti-terrorist bills
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Terrorism war doesn't hold clear end
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Special Forces needed in attack
 •  Commuting
Extended ZipLane hours remain for time being
 •  Roadwork
 •  Other news
Navy targeting early October for Ehime Maru move
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Maui's Kanaha Beach Park to reopen to campers
 •  Frank George Nelson, fighter for justice, dead at 93
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Writing helps ease the pain

 •  UH football
Charter planes to Reno to cost UH $30,000 extra
 •  Warrior notebook
Ailing Iosua vows to play against Nevada
 •  High schools
Versatility the trademark of today's quarterbacks
 •  Aloha Stadium will implement bag searches
 •  Advertiser's Top 10 football poll
 •  Other sports
NFL, refs agree to deal, says source
 •  Sumo
Musashimaru improves to 6-4
 •  Isle File
BYUH water polo team loses on road
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Island Style
Hawai'i women shopping for Opera Theatre ball
 •  Key fund-raiser says Carmen Ball is her 'swan song'
 •  Fashion Calendar
 •  The September 11th attack
Emmys to air Oct. 7 with different tone
 •  Jackson recording fund-raiser, networks planning a telethon
 •  Literature
New book profiles slain rapper
 •  Stage review
'Jekyll & Hyde' melodramatic yet compelling
 •  The Left Lane
Movie attendance up; people seek respite
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday

 •  The September 11th attack
Aloha Airlines orders flight cutback of 26%
 •  Troubled airlines cut flights, plan layoffs
 •  Governor to meet with state leaders
 •  Hawai'i hotels see dropoff in bookings
 •  Travel firms foresee drop in visitors from Japan
 •  Dow drops 7.1% but avoids any sign of panic selling
 •  Calm prevails despite selloff
 •  Hawai'i travel, biotech firms hit hard
 •  Federal Reserve leads interest rate cuts
 •  Hawai'i banks also cut rates
 •  Business briefs
 •  Tourism Talk
As eerie silence descends on Hawai'i tourism, leaders must learn to adapt

 •  Editorial
Security measures must not ruin freedoms
 •  Editorial
'What can I do to help?' The answers are many
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Camp David in plane sights?

 •  Hawai'i Tech
Web comes up short during crisis
 •  Didgets
Software helps peel back rings from family trees
 •  Byte Marks
Online diaries reflect on our tragedy
 •  Wired In
Tool kits, cleanup help reinvigorate old PC
 •  Workshops will focus on new media
 •  Tech Toys
 •  Goggles deliver big-screen fun
 •  Apple's new Titanium G4 redefines cool
 •  Slim phone is one for the road
 •  Whatever you need to know is on Web
 •  Folder name changes easy