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March 2002

[V.7, No. 60 - Fri., March 1, 2002]
House targets hurricane fund; Maui girl survives heart transplant; Widows of HPD allege cover-up; Planned tuna warning canned; Kalihi man a hero; Proposal cuts golf course taxes; Subpoenas in Harris probe thrown out; Lowering condo tax
[V.7, No. 61 - Sat., March 2, 2002]
Legislature split on van cams; Officers seek others in koa thefts; Woman stops thieves; Robberies at bus stops; Council questions Harris budget; Donation helps save forest land; Anonymous donor helps repay loan; Alarm system installer guilty
[V.7, No. 62 - Sun., March 3, 2002]
Dem funds linked to isle firm; Preschool supply and demand; Matsuura resolute on suicide bill; Fat clones puzzle researchers; Generations build Maui landmark; Giving is Nishi's gospel; Base guards ready for anything; Greeneville back for repairs; Scrapper in contract scrape
[V.7, No. 63 - Mon., March 4, 2002]
UH's outside grants up 20%; Chinese lead U.S. Asian numbers; Doctors warn about skateboards; Man dies in van crash; State looks at plant screening; Crew causes gas leak in Waikiki; Mom and son fined for taxes; Gnats pesters Maui residents
[V.7, No. 64 - Tue., March 5, 2002]
Home sales, prices soar; Tunnel lanes ticket hot spots; Isle soldiers leave for Bosnia; Huge land shift intrigues scientists; Suit alleges OHA discrimination; 3-year term for luring girl; Ocean study finds new microorganisms; WWII remains to be reburied; GOP vows tax fight
[V.7, No. 65 - Wed., March 6, 2002]
Chain reaction crashes slow H-1; Senate votes to turn off cams; Mercury levels in health workers; FAA says remains fell on homes; House OKs use of hurricane fund; Navy disciplines Kauai officer; 'Unknown' gets hero's burial; Speeding van cam case tossed
[V.7, No. 66 - Thu., March 7, 2002]
State reform efforts advance; Man dies in shooting; City lifts ban on nude painting; Donors help Punahou after theft; 'Bows open tourney with win; Rains boost annual gnat boom; Family catches large iguana; Donation in their blood; City eyes tax change; Academic team preps for nationals
[V.7, No. 67 - Fri., March 8, 2002]
Hunt goes on for bomb; Man donates $200 for wrong 911 calls; Senator wants 9 mph grace; Worries shadow school reform; Chun urges hearing on suicide bill; Parker Ranch faces lean years; Midway contractor pulls out; Japan lures 2 former UH starse
[V.7, No. 68 - Sat., March 9, 2002]
New AARP president; Bomb stick still missing; Punahou leads increase in tuition; Lingle readies for fund raising; Goat fence working well; State budget outlook worsens; Parker Ranch names new boss; Bill to lower estimated taxes; Lindsey loses bid

[V.7, No. 69 - Sun., March 10, 2002]
Fire hits Kahala Chevron; 'Drifting' arrives at isle tracks; Hawaii reservists to head for Bosnia; UH fans held breath; Explosives search called off; Navy brings 'Starbase' for students; Palolo center hooks kids on tech; Kailua Bay council seeks comments
[V.7, No. 70 - Mon., March 11, 2002]
Landslide likely key to mystery; Parents of autistic kids fret; Whale calf dies; Learning to earn; Aloha Air plane losses pressure; Maui High claims Science Bowl; Legislators call for relief fund use; Undersea seismometer 'going strong'; Weekend Scene
[V.7, No. 71 - Tue., March 12, 2002]
Harris to appeal, campaign on hold; Students oppose welfare proposal; Mililani boy national chess champ; UH to offer same-sex health benefits; Kobayashi slams Harris budget; Maui hospital crowded, understaffed; Longliners hope to end seabird deaths; UH selects med-school contractor;
[V.7, No. 72 - Wed., March 13, 2002]
Harris cools campaign pending court appeal; Judge cuts mayor some slack; Royal Guard scrutinized for hiring felon; Bid to end native Hawaiian funding denied; Capitol smoking ban extinguished; Walking may help prevent diabetes; UH helps student in adversity; Saturday Waimanalo cleanup
[V.7, No. 73 - Thu., March 14, 2002]
Suicide bill gets second wind; 'Morning after' pill bill passes House; Therapy or threat?; Victim reports 5 ninja-style assailants; State may enter resign-to-run fray; Waianae man gets life for murder; Isle woman is patient with MS; School board amends code
[V.7, No. 74 - Fri., March 15, 2002]
State suing unions; 'Bows stumble; SB sees hard-won anniversary; State may defer pension payment; Waipio soccer operations under fire; House to take up guide-dog bill; Fed funds to help state labor; Sewage fee hike floated; Lindsey trial postponed; Spring fashion special
[V.7, No. 75 - Sat., March 16, 2002]
House panel sharpens ax; Man ruled sane in deadly spree; Maui rodeo, concert will benefit heart patient; Yates sentence contrasts isle case; City seeks site to train firefighters; Legal claims cost state $2.5 million; U.S. moves to protect NW Hawaiian Islands

[V.7, No. 76 - Sun., March 17, 2002]
Interisle airline merger dead; Lingle funds from out-of-state; Docs struggle with seniors' costs; Mayor sticks to campaign halt; Tapestry of honor; 2 hurt in pawn-shop shooting; HSTA shifts endorsement criteria; Sprucing up the Capitol; Video links isle soldiers, families; Waipahu elated with new gym
[V.7, No. 77 - Mon., March 18, 2002]
Airline deal off, shares plunge; Hawaii Foodbank struggles; Surfing the net to surf; State seeks to revive Kauai field; Lack of services for autistic children; Ehime prefecture to get $10 mil; Shooting suspect released to cops ; Maui building fixes due by May; Weekend Scene
[V.7, No. 78 - Tue., March 19, 2002]
Airport drug busts surge; Bombing victim had Hawaii roots; Kula boy gets heart transplant; Merger failure has winnners, losers; Child-porn crackdown nets isle arrests; Legislators clash over budget; Kamehameha school plan goes to gov; Dobelle promises less secrecy; Bus project questioned
[V.7, No. 79 - Wed., March 20, 2002]
Firm allegedly hid political funds; State says counties can have cams; Van sites jump, tickets stable; Death bill strikes nerve; Complaint over Bellows dump; Saiki shelves work break bill; New Mililani Mauka homes get OK; Opponents decry dual health systems
[V.7, No. 80 - Thu., March 21, 2002]
Killing at sea ignites probe; Riders on the storm; Mansho staff gets subpoenas; Van cams running deficit; No charges after mortuary arrests; UH backstops medical residents; House sends $3.5B budget to Senate; Assisted-suicide decision delayed; Harris seeks speed; Flat-rate sewer bill advances
[V.7, No. 81 - Fri., March 22, 2002]
Crewman may face death penalty; Fargo tapped to lead Pacific Forces; Match made in medical heaven; Senate snuffs out smoking ban; Schools chief rips bill for charter funds; Disparities claimed in mortuary arrests; Jimmy Buffett in Waikiki
[V.7, No. 82 - Sat., March 23, 2002]
Education budget cuts loom; Damsel in distress is a scam; Isle Catholics review sex cases; Sia has date with federal prison; Death-with-dignity bill expires; State hospital system split proposed; Rent relief for Hamakua farmers; House wants retirement fund audit

[V.7, No. 83 - Sun., March 24, 2002]
Hawaii lags in ability to compete; Crew glad to be docked after killings; Sandy Beach: Great waves and risk; Navy to the rescue at Kaneohe Bay; Registration open for Hawaiian ancestry; First lady hopeful of long-term care bill
[V.7, No. 84 - Mon., March 25, 2002]
Isle job outlook bleak; Wild pigs wreck Tantalus ecology; State to review HMSA records policy; Astronomers see distant movement; Makapuu rockslide project on table; OHA bills progress; Setting record straight on welfare fraud; Navy chief vows full funding
[V.7, No. 85 - Tue., March 26, 2002]
Shark rips off teen's foot; Firm loses audit challenge; Warning piles more bad news on kava; 1 in 10 without health insurance; Army to expand Big Isle effort; Appeal of resign-to-run ruling expedited; Gov pulls Land Board nomination
[V.7, No. 86 - Wed., March 27, 2002]
Isles' use of tobacco funds criticized; Teen recounts shark attack; Hurricane fund use gains support; Mortuary probe to include isles; Hawaii's most wanted; Washington Place project breaks ground; Isle airman faces court-martial; UH hosts ultracool lecture; Mililani teen a poster finalist
[V.7, No. 87 - Thu., March 28, 2002]
Preservation office audit urged; Nurse tells of helping shark victim; Flower holds up Ewa road plan; Docs still back mammograms; City accounting error found; Hearing in shipboard killings; Waimanalo cleanup called success; Librarian opposes 'Net filter law; Pearl tug offered to state
[V.7, No. 88 - Fri., March 29, 2002]
State raises charter school funds; Gov rips legislative inaction; Church counters sex abuse suit; 3 celebrate 100th birthday; Band director recovering from injuries; Poisonous frog caught on Maui; Mortuary calls search illegal; Cayetano endorses hurricane fund plan
[V.7, No. 89 - Sat., March 30, 2002]
Material witnesses in ship killings in court; The power of tsunamis; Tax Foundation may close; Council seeks fire-training deal; Harris fund-raising inquiry to go on; $10 tax stalls long-term care plan; Kahoolawe cleanup lagging; Maui group ties ribbons for justice

[V.7, No. 90 - Sun., March 31, 2002]
Gov's race a tossup; Animal cruelty bill in tough fight; A Little League field of dreams; CD-ROM honors heroic WWII nisei; Old salts recall secrets of the deep; Maui family specializes in excellence; Teacher to visit sea floor; Memorial service starts Tsunami Month 2002

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