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October 2001

[V.6, No. 262 - Mon., Oct. 1, 2001]
Slain girl's father wants justice; Akaka bill proponents wait; Discovery of blade diverts flight; Terror hoaxes flood Internet; Law protects abused immigrants; Sale of alcohol to minors down; Weekend Scene; Streetwise
[V.6, No. 263 - Tue., Oct. 2, 2001]
Dengue spreads beyond East Maui; Suspect goes before family judge; EPA approves caffeine frog fight; 5-day jobless filings pass 4,400; Hee proposes OHA fund jobs; Gov touts projects; Airlines eye curbside check-in; Sacred Falls survivor critical of alerts
[V.6, No. 264 - Wed., Oct. 3, 2001]
Lanai cutbacks affect hundreds; Cayetano maps battle plan; Dobelle settles on Kakaako site; HMSA offers price breaks; Hawaii Marines reenlist; Interfaith message of sympathy; Dengue cases to 116; UH research loses leaders; Mauna Kea gets sharper eye; Council moves smoking, alarm bills; State sues to close charter school
[V.6, No. 265 - Thu., Oct. 4, 2001]
Makua live-fire to resume; JAL trims 17 Hawaii flights; Gun classes booming; Gov's plan questioned; Dobelle's funding questioned; Public mobilized against dengue; Special-ed accusations hurled; Lawn thefts by the ton; 442nd's Hajiro returns to roots
[V.6, No. 266 - Fri., Oct. 5, 2001]
Auntie Irmgard Aluli leaves legacy; New York tragedy lifts Makua impasse; State strengthens dengue response; Hawaiian Air gets $18 million; GOP looking to special session; State job search Web site; Reapportionment deadline; Fuel tanker collision
[V.6, No. 267 - Sat., Oct. 6, 2001]
Funds aimed at schools; Family welcomes pilot's return; Aloha Air tries to avert job cuts; Airport secure, official says; Felix contracts questioned; The fight against dengue fever; Navy almost set to move Ehime Maru; Isle vets helps treat turtles
[V.6, No. 268 - Sun., Oct. 7, 2001]
Struggling on lanai; National Guard aids air security; Sept. 11 rescued, rescuer to reunite; Restaurants help Red Cross; National team to help stop dengue; Chinatown Museum is moving; Men needed for prostate cancer study; Vets get honored

[V.6, No. 269 - Mon., Oct. 8, 2001]
Isle security stepped up; Military draft, topic of concern; Two Isle reserve called to active duty; Hawaii's Afghanistan fear; BringJapanese back to isles; Experts say coalition will be tough; Lifting Ehime Maru proves costly; Construction outlook optimistic
[V.6, No. 270 - Tue., Oct. 9, 2001]
Harris donations scrutinized; Gov seeks more powers; Air war stirs protesters; Dengue confirmations on the rise; Stinging caterpillar on Big Isle; High-protein diet danger cited; Saddle Road dissenter unbowed; Historic building crumbles; State pension system earns $1bil
[V.6, No. 271 - Wed., Oct. 10, 2001]
Source: Hirono reconsiders candidacy; Anzai: Gov needs crisis powers; Isle food banks appeal for help; Thieves push orange grower out; Dengue fever testing; Ehime Maru hinges on weather; Third ID check starts at airport; Policies loosen on gatherings
[V.6, No. 272 - Thu., Oct. 11, 2001]
Unemployment claims slow; Hirono cautious on candidacy; Officials scramble on dengue; Oil leaks concern Ehime team; Public schools' enrollment stable; State lawmakers tackle gov's plan; OHA won't fund Hawaiian center; Residents stop canoe shed; Student dies in fire; Fumes force market evacuation
[V.6, No. 273 - Fri., Oct. 12, 2001]
Ehime Maru move begins; Pepper spray sends 35 to hospital; Auntie Irmgard remembered; Economic fixes debated; Help sought for tourism workers; Imaginarium to reveal new worlds; Dengue calls swamp officials; Sacred Falls hazard 'high'
[V.6, No. 274 - Sat., Oct. 13, 2001]
Dengue fever on Oahu; Ehime Maru moving to shallower waters; Mail causes anthrax anxiety; Trip to Japan reaps rewards; Dobelle says faculty is key to success; Auditor seeks Felix records; Agency wants Mirikitani's votes blocked
[V.6, No. 275 - Sun., Oct. 14, 2001]
Residents snapping up bug countermeasures; Interisland airport angst; Ehime Maru search could begin Tuesday; Air Force families get aid in deployment; Waimanalo fights abandoned cars; War protesters' small, determined voice

[V.6, No. 276 - Mon., Oct. 15, 2001]
Spraying complicates ID of dengue bug; Attacks hit marriages; Ehime Maru now at runway; Recovery of ship and pain; Waiahole ruling carries implications; Music heals in crisis; Calls take toll on police, fire departments; Isle workshop on lawsuit alternatives
[V.6, No. 277 - Tue., Oct. 16, 2001]
Anthrax calls flood isles; Gov's crisis powers debated; Makua readied for training; Divers clear Ehime Maru's decks; Kaneshiro enters race for mayor; OHA grants in limbo; Deaths called murder-suicide; Sacred Falls signs vague, expert says; 78 make Merit Scholar finals; Pavilions to honor Onishi
[V.6, No. 278 - Wed., Oct. 17, 2001]
Mink, Abercrombie coming home; Suspicious packages; Aloha United Way urges donations; Hospitals tighten security; New surf warnings; Legislators battle dengue; 1 Ehime Maru victim recovered; Senate Republicans want tax cut
[V.6, No. 279 - Thu., Oct. 18, 2001]
Kaiser rates to go up 8.7%; Makua back in action; Trask: U.S. to blame; Hoaxers face stiff penalties; More dengue cases confirmed; More Ehime Maru remains recovered; Ewa board seeks construction delay; LeMahieu denies link to Felix provider; Sprinkler bill passes
[V.6, No. 280 - Fri., Oct. 19, 2001]
LeMahieu quits; Oahu joins U.S. in call for calm; American Classic files bankruptcy; Hawaii Guard unit called; Cayetano, Hee have words for Trask; Charity football; UH building renaming; Start of special session; Gov urges visits to Maui
[V.6, No. 281 - Sat., Oct. 20, 2001]
LeMahieu's leave concerns overseer; Interim schools chief; Sixth Ehime body recovered; UH Stadium to be named after Murakami; Sia pleads guilty; Guard unit called to active duty; Teacher of the Year credits parents
[V.6, No. 282 - Sun., Oct. 21, 2001]
Stranded: 2 cruise ships go bankrupt; Contractor had fling with LeMahieu; Isle muslims in military; HPD looks in to suspected terrorism; Help at job fair; Sunken tomb reveals fifth identity; Parents still seeking answers; Experts caution herbal remedy

[V.6, No. 283 - Mon., Oct. 22, 2001]
Mail workers and Hawaii reassured; 17 bills await action; OHA: stopgap jobs program; Isle residents help food banks; Hope for Ehime Maru victim's wife; Search may last 10 more days; Plane crash kills pilot
[V.6, No. 284 - Tue., Oct. 23, 2001]
Envelope spurs anthrax scare; House, Senate leaders want 5% budget cut; Schuler Homes sold for $1.2 billion; City water-meter fraud alleged; Families to tour Ehime Maru site; GPS to track Alzheimer's patients; Boy's button fund heads to NYC; Big Isle students protest loss of teacher
[V.6, No. 285 - Wed., Oct. 24, 2001]
172 reserves activated; Action, criticism over anthrax scare; Devices worked, maker says; Hotel bill passes; Lawmakers hear charities' needs; City not in loop on fraud accusations; A B.A. at 18; Ehime Maru families say goodbye again; Maximum urged in fatal crash
[V.6, No. 286 - Thu., Oct. 25, 2001]
90 laid off as tech nonprofit closes; Akaka buys time for Chai; Phones cut to 120,000; HazMat stays focused; Anthrax lab busy; Bipartisan no more; City financials gloomy; Trask wants debate; Get help for stress, experts say; Lawyers offer free assistance; 1st Pearl deployment since Sept. 11; 7th Ehime victim found; The flu crew
[V.6, No. 287 - Fri., Oct. 26, 2001]
Military calls up tourism leader; Anthrax scare alters habits; Inouye, Mink rerouting mail; New tools for anthrax tests; JAL decides to cut more flights; Phone line mistakenly cut; Eighth Ehime victim found; Tight lips in Kauai police probe
[V.6, No. 288 - Sat., Oct. 27, 2001]
Lawmakers address economic crisis; UH fever; Crosses will be regulated as signs; Fighting dengue; Ocean sound tests; Ehime claims not released; Algae bloom disappears; Monitoring of bottomfish; Privatization of 2 boat harbors; Man alters plea in robberies
[V.6, No. 289 - Sun., Oct. 28, 2001]
'King Ben' bill sparks outrage; Domestic abuse surges; Search resumes tomorrow; Guggenheim eager to start; Teachers earn Disney honor; The Weinberg Foundation; Guarding Hawaii

[V.6, No. 290 - Mon., Oct. 29, 2001]
Pearl Harbor anxiety rekindled; Terrorism won't halt Halloween; Isle doctor not the enemy; Conference to stop work violence; Fighting workplace threats; Telling a boy his dad is dead; Kaimuki costumery; UH gets $9.3 million for research
[V.6, No. 291 - Tue., Oct. 30, 2001]
Senate trims gov's power in emergency bill; Windward campus opens new star show; Restaurant smoking ban near death; Fuel next issue in Ehime Maru work; Anderson to run as a Democrat; Boaters decry lack of hearings; Galaxy poses mystery
[V.6, No. 292 - Wed., Oct. 31, 2001]
Schools clearing special-ed hurdles; $946,000 in tax checks unclaimed; Legislative battle lines; National Guard call-up hits 322; Makua training; Season's 1st whale spotted; Safety issues delay search; Unsolved bank heists 2001

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