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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 24, 2003

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Bodies recovered from Kaua'i copter crash
 •  Officers had 'no chance' to avoid crash, HPD says
 •  Wie ousted from U.S. Girls' Junior tournament
 •  Tinoisamoa signs with Rams
 •  City Bank parent reinforces poison pill
 •  HTA approves audit of HVCB
 •  Profit-taking pulls back stocks after early boost

Local News
 •  Chain-reaction crash kills police officer, girl
 •  HPD motorcycle officer loved his job
 •  Highway shutdown renews push for alternative Leeward route
 •  MILITARY AFFAIRS
7,000 Schofield troops to deploy to Afghanistan
 •  Wahiawa stores will miss the troops
 •  POLICE/COURTS
Court reverses murder verdicts in '98 Wai'anae death
 •  Four suspects in Big Island robbery detained
 •  Firefighter gets probation for sex assaults
 •  FIRE/RESCUE
Helicopter crash on Kaua'i kills pilot, four tourists
 •  Makua fire heats debate
 •  Search continues for lost hiker
 •  Kalama Valley fire hot spots persist
 •  CITY GOVERNMENT
City cuts vision teams' money
 •  Bus officials warn of possible strike
 •  OTHER NEWS
Decision on rumble strips postponed by Nu'uanu board
 •  Big Island smoking ban passes; bars spared
 •  Korean War — through the lens of Al Chang
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  EDUCATION
Kellogg awards $500,000 grant for coordinated education system
 •  States' financial woes drive up costs of higher education
 •  OUR SCHOOLS • POHAKEA ELEMENTARY
Campus prides itself on 'really good teachers'
 •  ON CAMPUS
Stocking up on nostalgia
 •  BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
Project to raise H-1 median
 •  OBITUARIES
Auntie Alice Kuloloio, native healer on Maui, dead at 88
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Awards

Sports
 •  UH SPORTS
UH picked to win WAC
 •  Warriors' Peters measures up to best players in conference
 •  Chang's Heisman campaign kicks off
 •  Fall prep sports may survive cuts
 •  OTHER SPORTS
Ex-UH lineman Hunter signs with Seahawks for $1.45 million
 •  $50,000 from Kahanamoku Foundation
 •  Pearl City wins state majors
 •  ISLE FILE
Castle's Maeda to attend NFL Youth Summit
 •  GOLF REPORT
Wie advances in U.S. Juniors
 •  Tour money leaders
 •  AROUND THE GREENS
Curtis, Stadler make giant splashes with tourney wins
 •  HOLES IN ONE
Paying penance for an ace
 •  GOLF BRIEFS
Three from Hawai'i earn national berths
 •  FERD LEWIS
No more punching bags
 •  For the Record
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Rock bands appreciate Maui studio's ambiance
 •  Angelina Jolie: Motherhood brings out a softer side
 •  Bridal guide to walking down the Isles
 •  SHOW BIZ
Tino & the Rhythm Klub score 2 Vegas gigs
 •  THE LEFT LANE
Laugh Factory in search of new venue
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Tryouts
 •  Tube Notes

Business
 •  Tourism decision today
 •  Firm develops West Nile vaccine
 •  Group sues over access to modified crop data
 •  Hickam to cut 37 civilian jobs
 •  City receives better rating for its bonds
 •  House passes bill voiding TV ownership rule
 •  OTHER BUSINESS
Fed says it's willing to take rate lower
 •  ImClone founder enters prison
 •  Numerous errors cited at Freddie Mac
 •  Disney to offer movies on Internet
 •  Abbott Labs subsidiary to pay $600 million
 •  BUSINESS BRIEFS
Bank parent dividend at 36
 •  PERSONAL FINANCE
Pension insurer designated 'high risk'
 •  Select a credit counselor with caution
 •  Disaster evacuation plans should include your financial records
 •  THE COLOR OF MONEY
Check your pay stub for tax cut changes

Opinion
 •  EDITORIALS
D.C. support of air service is intriguing
 •  After Odai and Qusai: an Iraq turning point?
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  ISLAND VOICES
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