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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 23, 2002

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Hawaiian to cut some Mainland flights
 •  People key to Duke postage stamp's approval
 •  Historian-novelist Ozzie Bushnell dies at 89
 •  McCully blaze leaves 3 homeless
 •  Police Beat
 •  Dow drops as investors engage in profit-taking

Local News
 •  More movies, TV pilots stoke local film industry
 •  Coach's change of heart pays off in dream season
 •  Homeless evictions inflict social cost
 •  New focus in Harris probe
 •  Campaign alerts teens to medical insurance
 •  European economists value Hawai'i's coral reefs at $10 billion
 •  Thousands go with the flow
 •  Mililani man gets 20 years for death
 •  Missing sailor's brothers issue plea
 •  Teenagers arrested in Big Island carjacking
 •  4-foot snake still loose in Moanalua
 •  Retired judge appointed as Lili'uokalani trustee
 •  Team from San Antonio raises infant survival odds
 •  Florist fined $500 for selling wine to minor in sting operation
 •  A hot primary for Democrats
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  Police Beat
 •  Registry seeks bone marrow donors
 •  Constitutional showdown hinges on punctuation
 •  Dobelle's pay ranking disputed
 •  Waipahu shooting victim identified
 •  Chapel capers continue
 •  Obituaries

 •  Viloria gets NABF title shot
 •  UH's Jones as popular as ever
 •  Defense fills holes opened by injuries
 •  UH water polo coach Roy goes by book
 •  Williams to join UH basketball as walk on
 •  League tennis fosters competition — even love
 •  The racing report
 •  Sports notices
Kaimuki ousted from Ripken world series
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  Viloria's prepared to step up
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Bracelets pay tribute to victims of Sept. 11
 •  Get grad gown, you'll likely end in wedding gown
Hawaiian cotton needs a helping hand from us
 •  Home & Garden Calendar
 •  Around Town
 •  Tube Notes
Reyn's honors Elvis; 'Crush' premiere
 •  Obesity expert blames Americans' 'fat' society

 •  Airline alliance reported
 •  Cruise visitors to islands increase more than 50%
 •  Waimea park seller to give up property
 •  Big Island jobs intact throughout 9/11 fallout
 •  'Bubble juniors' striving for style
 •  Executive sues junk faxer for $2.2 trillion
 •  Business briefs
 •  How hotels are faring

 •  Yet another headache under new school law
 •  Park: We wish we had such problems
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Address shortage of teachers