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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 2, 2002

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Next traffic citation you get will be costly
 •  Big chill gives way to gradual warming
 •  Teenager dies in Maui car accident
 •  Police still investigating holiday crash
 •  Shark bites tourist off Maui beach
 •  Kreutz, Elam in Pro Bowl
 •  Viloria to fight Saturday
 •  Savovic earns weekly WAC honor
 •  Vebobe leaves Rainbows
 •  Investors boost stocks on late rally

Local News
Holiday quiet, still deadly
 •  Guam baby is first of new year
Fire destroys home to 10
 •  Selection of jury in former officer's trial begins Jan. 15
 •  Retiring UH professor to build cities of future
 •  The next traffic citation you get through the mail will be costly
 •  Queen now graces Kap'iolani Park
 •  New recreation center to be built for Mililani
 •  Tourism pioneer 'PK' Kendall dead at 85
 •  O'ahu briefs
Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
New year, new way to work, love life

 •  Hawai'i Homegrown Report
Lack of height didn't stop former Wai'anae athlete
 •  Ex-Kamehameha athlete makes switch for team
 •  2001 champions start anew at Mercedes
 •  Stadium security to tighten for Pro Bowl
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Tempered by tragedy, pop culture still our haven
 •  Notable pop culture events of 2001
 •  Not a great year here, either
 •  The Left Lane
Shea butter arrives
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Taste
Healthier lifestyle should not be all-or-nothing
 •  Off the Shelf
Ugly vegetable adds sweet and pleasing crunch
 •  Vintages
More to white wine than chardonnay
 •  Food for Thought
Bubble teas a fun food to play with
 •  Make an easy, extraordinary french toast
 •  Taste
Healthy recipes offer tasty eating options
 •  Quick Bites
'Ulupalakua Thing 2002' features Maui-made goods
 •  Taste
Tea an ingredient in 'Eat Tea' recipes
 •  Taste
Former addict on a culinary crusade

 •  Gasoline prices plummet to 2-year low in Hawai'i
 •  Recycling trees puts company in the green
 •  Sorting out mulch, compost
Where to recycle
 •  Security fees to add up to $10 to airfares
 •  Myriad challenges ahead for California
 •  Seattle area awaits high-tech makeover
 •  Enron awaits white knight for energy trading
 •  World business
High-tech luring laid-off expatriates back to China
 •  Yen plummets in 2001 amid turmoil
 •  Euro's debut slow; real test expected today

Turmoil at airport a sign of the times
 •  Battle against dengue good for whole Pacific
 •  Letters to the Editor
A bad year for public unions