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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 1, 2002

Local News
 •  State hospitals require parents OK on girls' abortion
 •  Legislators pursue loan to fix schools
 •  State to disclose exact locations of camera vans
 •  Auditor wants DOE's storeroom to close
 •  False alarms to trigger fines starting in August
 •  Jury told Arakawa likely was drunk
 •  Hawai'i company claims cancer-screening breakthrough
 •  Oil industry spent most on legislators
 •  Two injured pedestrians die later
 •  Navy frustrated by pace of Kalaeloa road transfers
 •  Hawai'i Briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Underwater sound tests resume off Kaua'i
 •  Rain closes Big Island road again
 •  Care-home slaying spurs House bill
 •  Fund benefits sons of late Maui musician
 •  Obituaries
 •  State gets grade of B-minus in dental report
 •  Fernandez scholarship a warm link
 •  Bush extends federal benefits to unborn
 •  Jobless hired to clean up Hana
 •  Two injured pedestrians die later

 •  UH bounces Boise State
 •  No. 2 Seminoles beat 'Bows, 8-5
 •  Hawai'i brings unbeaten MPSF record to Pacific
 •  Atuaia will be missed on Wahine's trip
 •  Highly touted cornerback commits to UH
 •  Murakami named to UH's Circle of Honor
 •  Leilehua topples Mililani to reach state semifinals
 •  Kamehameha wins ILH boys soccer crown
 •  Mailo's on mission for family
 •  Hula Bowl will remain on Maui
 •  Snowboarders head for the Big Island
 •  Boating class scheduled to start
 •  Sports notices
Chaminade names water polo coach
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  McIntyre has got 'em doing the hop

Island Life
 •  UH remembers innovative dance director
 •  What do you know about Tibetan Buddhism?
 •  Answers to Tibetan Buddhism quiz
 •  Napster returns, but as a shell of its former self
 •  TV to celebrate Black History Month
Key black numbers
Golf game ends badly for duck
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  Tourism losses near $1 billion in 2001
 •  All aboard for nostalgia clearance
 •  Kmart 'Superblock' money due
 •  Waikiki hotel's fate uncertain
 •  Tourism officials defend use of emergency money
 •  Pesticide rule limits wide range of lumber

 •  Clean campaigns are all about being positive
 •  About traffic camera: Mend it, don't end it
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Hawaiian influence must be included

 •  OPERA 101
So hot! It's a new season for Hawaii Opera Theatre
 •  Opera a homecoming for tenor
 •  Soprano proves 'fat ladies gone'
McKnight happy as musical messenger
 •  Injury helps musician rediscover joy of blues
 •  This is it: The Strokes turn back the punk clock
 •  Billboard hits
Having a blast at Buca di Beppo with big portions
Nicole Kidman's 'Birthday Girl' is full of surprises
 •  'Slackers' is waste of time, film
 •  There's no looking back for James (Jamie) King
 •  Screening room
Punahou Carnival need not be chaotic experience
 •  Chinatown festival a sensory feast
Trio turns secondhand discards into first-rate, entertaining shtick
 •  Critic's Choice
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  What's Up!
 •  The Buzz
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Nightclubs