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December 2001

[V.6, No. 323 - Sat., Dec. 1, 2001]
Cal Lee wavers on decision to step down; To produce or protect; Maui residents recall Harrison; Panel OKs new legislative boundaries; State reports progress on harbor oil; Gov releases $1 million for renters; No receiver for special education
[V.6, No. 324 - Sun., Dec. 2, 2001]
Dec. 7 lessons aid terror victims; Penny power helps needy; Patriotism shines at light parade; State jobs start tomorrow; Reservists' lives changed; Kona lab listens to Earth; HDS delivers on pledge; State responds to Hana road pleas
[V.6, No. 325 - Mon., Dec. 3, 2001]
WWII foes embrace; Vets recall WWII prejudices; Mirikitani, fighting jail time; Kaneohe to fight against algae species; Gov leads trade mission to China; Weekend Scene; Shigeomi Kubota / 1915-2001; Streetwise
[V.6, No. 326 - Tue., Dec. 4, 2001]
International jewel thieves nearly nabbed; NY rescue workers arrive; Dec. 6 dance recalled; Panel finds Felix abuses widespread; Sex-offender office to find new site; Plan called gaming subterfuge; Isles seen in 30-year dry spell; Beadie Dawson honored
[V.6, No. 327 - Wed., Dec. 5, 2001]
Manhunt for Maui cop shooter; School cuts may be 'detrimental'; Civilians recall Dec. 7 chaos; Mirikitani sentencing postponed; Needle program raises questions; Beach-access dispute looms; State control of Maui water urged
[V.6, No. 328 - Thu., Dec. 6, 2001]
Mirikitani gets jail; Child porn case; WTC, Pearl survivor meet; Sailor's wish fulfilled; Special -- Fading voices; Counties consider smoking bans; Isle native wounded; Experts study bioterror; Officials warn of traffic; Life term in Army pilot's death; Vest credited for cop's survival; Man held in Mililani slaying; Fatal pursuit investigated; 'Fat Boy' Okuda dies
[V.6, No. 329 - Fri., Dec. 7, 2001]
Honoring heroes; Historic day for Bulletin; Pride, sadness at USS Utah; How war changed Kuakini; Panels differ on Yoshimura; DOE seeks alternatives to layoffs; Jury finds police shooting excessive; Mirikitani verdict called deterrent
[V.6, No. 330 - Sat., Dec. 8, 2001]
Ceremony unites generations; Residents recall wartime discrimination; Senate-House political map topsy-turvy; Plan may ease traffic during race; Waikiki wedding for 9/11 cop; Ex-officer to pay back false wages; Restaurants absent from smoke talk

[V.6, No. 331 - Sun., Dec. 9, 2001]
WTC survivors find 'blessed relief'; Love, faith can cure; Pearl Harbor attack, seen from above; Stadiumgoers get inventive; Japanese tourist beaten; Friendly fire survivors 'numb' but proud; Marathon draws movie interests; Some praise traffic cams; UH scientist to hunt meteorites; Hospital cafe serves opportunity
[V.6, No. 332 - Mon., Dec. 10, 2001]
Crash landing avoids kids; UH seeks to forestall costly flaws; Charter schools say BOE unfair; Nursing home workers plan union; Bake shop forced to close; Volunteers sought for whale count; 9-11 Net program to offer health care; Red Cross holiday tips
[V.6, No. 333 - Tue., Dec. 11, 2001]
Suit targets late jail releases; Experimenting with education; Crash probe focuses on fuel; Blair recasts resign-to-run petition; Racial protest is final exam; Isle heist echoed in Calif.; Plea deal frees man in tot's death; Maui tries chemical against flies; UH profs win Fulbrights
[V.6, No. 334 - Wed., Dec. 12, 2001]
New storm on the way; Akaka bill put on defense measure; Amerine tells of team's courage; Shooting believed a hoax; Makiki standoff ends peacefully; Felix report flawed, LeMahieu says; Subhunters back from Afghan duty; Arsonists hit DUI display
[V.6, No. 335 - Thu., Dec. 13, 2001]
Thunder, more rain due; Golf meet for Harris scrutinized; Gambling effort renewed; Pearl ship's rescue textbook; $2.5mil Vegas win ; Council OKs alarm bill; BOE takes up harassment; Isle crime rate off lows; No-smoking bill advances; Hawaii tops in women's health; Museum gets defibrillator; Hostage suspect re-arrested
[V.6, No. 336 - Fri., Dec. 14, 2001]
New schools chief selected; Willis movie to film here; Disabled parking plan gets overhaul; Partial eclipse heralds clearing skies; Mirikitani gave aides salary bonus; Teacher accused of sex assault; Hawaiian bill aims at compromise; Girl's killer will not get release
[V.6, No. 337 - Sat., Dec. 15, 2001]
Cayetano: Let voters decide on gambling; Dormitory violence at UH; Snow on the volcano; Maui County officials to get raises; Abortion pill use low; Planners OK Haleiwa drive-throughs; Maui historic site; Bus system draws opposition

[V.6, No. 338 - Sun., Dec. 16, 2001]
Red tape tying up charter schools; Key West gets a warm welcome; Janet Jackson show brings out fans; Salvation Army is hurting; Preparing for battle; 'Mr. Kauai' pioneered flight in isles
[V.6, No. 339 - Mon., Dec. 17, 2001]
Recalling the less fortunate; State delays photo traffic tickets; Tree shoppers finding slim pickings; Homeless couples have own shelter; UH social work school in need of help; Bookings strong for new ship; Valedictorian aims to give back
[V.6, No. 340 - Tue., Dec. 18, 2001]
Gov backs shipboard gambling; Retailers still hopeful; Kamehameha expanding early education; Singer's death causes global stir; State to press Felix subpoena; Snow allows Mauna Kea competition; Lingle to quit GOP post; Help asked in arson probe
[V.6, No. 341 - Wed., Dec. 19, 2001]
Hawaiian and Aloha anounce merger; Passengers don't want to pay more; Neighbor isles may be affected most; Families share spirit of giving; Yoshimura defends property assessments; Attacks slow Gov's planning; City gets new anthrax testing tools
[V.6, No. 342 - Thu., Dec. 20, 2001]
Airline merger -- Get ready for takeoff; Employees, commuters worry; Rodrigues faces more charges; Property values raise concerns; Committee closes Felix report; Police hunt assault suspect; Officer gets shot at clean slate; Cabang spices Loyal tribute; Homeless shelter opens
[V.6, No. 343 - Fri., Dec. 21, 2001]
Alcohol tax hike sought; 2 new dengue fever cases suspected; Efforts save Kaimuki's holiday tree; Drug raid busts Mexican ring; Molokai ranch to host nene; Project PAU; Mayor fires volley at state panel; Isles may get $113 million; Sept. 11 benefit hike starts in isles
[V.6, No. 344 - Sat., Dec. 22, 2001]
Armed trio robs credit union; Cops and buses caught with cameras; '4' spikes deaths of Japanese, Chinese; Students say liquor ban will not work; UH astronomer to help map asteroids; Candidates favor smoking ban; Gifts stolen from Toys for Tots

[V.6, No. 345 - Sun., Dec. 23, 2001]
Isle tourists return, but sales don't; Born too soon; Retailers make final sales push; Bike work helps kids work on lives; Beached whale put to sleep; Rescuer's voice guided terror victims; Holiday spirit struggles past prison; Maui campground moves forward
[V.6, No. 346 - Mon., Dec. 24, 2001]
Airport increases security after threat; Police investigate Big Island shooting; Flag-waver dies; Daughter, mom make history; Free tuition attracts few; Homeless man, Good Samaritan; Boy helps Sept. 11 victims
[V.6, No. 347 - Tue., Dec. 25, 2001]
Police warned on plate covers; Airport's dogs rate among the best; Last-minute shoppers; Smaller gift stash given out with trash; Law would extend election season; Rolo shines on and off the field; Flood alert system's creator is honored; Hawaii transplants band together
[V.6, No. 348 - Wed., Dec. 26, 2001]
Early shoppers find bargains; 'Pinky' Thompson dies at 77; Businesses fear pay hike; Big surf rolls in; Fire can't stop Christmas party; Church comforts with ritual, music; Bankoh chief makes good on promise
[V.6, No. 349 - Thu., Dec. 27, 2001]
Air merger could spur ferry; Fireworks lagging; School gets cool; New swell forecast; Fire damages Waikiki eatery; Dobelle clarified UH picture; School 'Love for God' draws fire; Hilo beating trial ; State cash shortfall hearing; Donation to build keiki clinic
[V.6, No. 350 - Fri., Dec. 28, 2001]
Police chief unable to stop hearing; Salute to 'the General'; Hurricane relief fund debate; Big Island cop denies charges; Waianae senator pushes reform; U.S. census finds steady isle growth; Auditor critical of Felix-class services; State to help pay COBRA
[V.6, No. 351 - Sat., Dec. 29, 2001]
Isle bankruptcies top 5,000; Street performer law struck down; Campaign panel fines Harris; 2 charges against Kauai chief dropped; North Shore braces for more waves; Big Isle cop not guilty; Waddle moves on after accident; Double whammy in the heavens

[V.6, No. 352 - Sun., Dec. 30, 2001]
Sept. 11 fallout top story in isles; Sashimi selection; Fed screeners coming to HNL; Lung Association hopeful; Gov't speeders pose problem; Lobbyist key to consent bill; Navy suits to go deeper; Prof has planetary curiosity; Ewa Villages chapter ends; Gas station will be missed
[V.6, No. 353 - Mon., Dec. 31, 2001]
Security snafu shuts airport; Breezes prove both curse and blessing; Bus ridership slowly gaining; CEO wakes up Hawaii's retail scene; Services held for 'Pinky' Thompson; United Way reports a tough year; Woman's death probed by police 2001

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