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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 11, 2002

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  18-year-old suspected as ecstasy ringleader
 •  Police Beat
 •  Schuler Homes posts higher quarterly earnings
 •  Stock market reflects worry over earnings
 •  St. Louis defensive lineman commits to UH

Local News
 •  Maui woman says officials 'slaughtered' her pets
 •  Inouye strongly opposes gambling
 •  Inouye: End in sight in Afghanistan
 •  State rescinds 10 percent leeway for speeders
 •  State wants to close OCCC, build two new prisons
 •  Neighborhood board listens to rooster critics
 •  Police/Courts
Anthrax threats face full force of the law
 •  Robbery called motive in cabbie murder
 •  Police Beat
 •  Other news
State tax revenue ahead of last fiscal year
 •  City agrees to lower height of KCC bike building
 •  Flu hits Hawai'i early this year
 •  Police union leader says communication a priority
 •  Fritz Vincken, bakery owner, dead at 69
 •  Edward J. O'Rourke, ex-UH dean, dead at 79
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Delays kill Kaua'i housing project
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Awareness gives peace a chance

 •  UH rolls over La. Tech, improves to 5-0 in WAC
 •  Southern Methodist limping into WAC contest
 •  2002 SONY OPEN
Riley, Perry tame winds to share lead
 •  Japan, U.S. rookies show their mettle in first round
 •  Maggert, Sluman teams tie for Pro-Am win
 •  Caddy, not Zamboni right call
 •  Mililani, Castle gain top seeds in softball
 •  Konishiki enjoying his post-ring life
 •  St. Louis receiver commits to Hawai'i
Winter hikes may lead down dangerous path
 •  Tantalus 24-hour cycling event scheduled for Jan. 26
 •  Sports Notices
Tomey to be an assistant at Hula Bowl
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Health
Finding time for fitness
 •  Reap benefits of better health with gradual lifestyle changes
 •  Frustration building over slow mail delivery to Islands
 •  Stage Review
'River' filled with variety of emotions
 •  Test finds some facial cleansing sheets work better than others
 •  Symphony shifts classical concerts to later in week
 •  Network unveils a lightened 'Bickford'
 •  The Left Lane
That's my bag!
 •  Tip-off
Brian McKnight show planned for February
 •  Show Biz
Local Divas scrap plans for Mother's Day show
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  Hawaiian-Aloha merger would trim flights 10 percent
 •  O'ahu may lose 10,710 jobs, study says
 •  Americans' jobless claims drop
 •  State considering rent relief for airport retailers
 •  Hawai'i firm to sell Domino's franchises
 •  Most Campbell heirs want corporation to carry on 'estate'
 •  Maui gets good economic news
 •  Hotel occupancy recedes after New Year's peak
 •  Debt-laden Museum Co. files bankruptcy papers

 •  Editorial
Condemnation not only route to project
 •  Editorial
Merger of airlines is not yet a done deal
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
More than cell phones distract drivers

 •  Dance Scene
Hot salsa: It's music and dance - with heat
 •  Rhythm is gonna get you, so succumb to its power
 •  Music Scene
Music springs from memory
 •  Makaha Sons tune up for Hana Hou
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Dining Scene
Minato serves up tasty cuisine in casual setting
 •  Club Scene
Imaginary Friends to bring trance to Pussycat
 •  Movie Scene
'Orange County' rotten despite veterans, talented newcomers
 •  Making the right moves in matters of the heart
 •  Screening room
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  What's Up!
 •  The Buzz
 •  Nightclubs
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Critic's Choice