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August 2002

[V.7, No. 213 - Thu., Aug. 1, 2002]
Fire official in hot water; Schools: a matter of choice; SHOPO backs Lingle, Aiona; Airlines cut flights scheduled for 9/11; Drug agents seek postal employee; Organ donations set record; Poll finds voters ready for change; Isle leaders visit troops in Bosnia; Women in dark on morning-after pill; 4 hurt in stolen truck chase; Sex lawsuit hits Honolulu diocese
[V.7, No. 214 - Fri., August 2, 2002]
State may get $537 mil; Firms upbeat despite slump; Lessons in the land; DOE escapes budget cuts; Tower mold frightens many; UH welcomes chancellor; 'Forbidden Island' owner dies; Shark signs posted at Maui beach; Remains of Heather Ho identified; Battle group ready to leave isles
[V.7, No. 215 - Sat., August 3, 2002]
Lingle, gov spar over tactics; Car hits 3 people in Kakaako; Maui priest appeals for Vatican's help; Harris donor sues for legal fees; Officials consider creating 'Amber Alert'; Historic site may alter home plans; City wins federal appeal on news racks; Actor speaks out in fight against anemia;
[V.7, No. 216 - Sun., August 4, 2002]
HGEA picks Anderson, Hirono; Dredging the Ala Wai; Mice fill buckets on Molokai; Regs anger isle doctors; Historic trail illuminates future; Help for abused kids; Proud pipers; Isles short of rheumatologists; Type 2 diabetes workshop set
[V.7, No. 217 - Mon., August 5, 2002]
Oahu home sales, prices jump again; Traffic imperils Kapolei students; Superfly: The Navy's newest ride; Officials predict women in top jobs; Cultural attrition stirs concern; Students get paid to study nature; Stalled-car service on freeways planned; Guam to benefit from Tripler ICU;
[V.7, No. 218 - Tue., August 6, 2002]
Typhus count reaches 8 in state; Bilingual teachers in short supply; Ethics complaint takes governor to task; Legislative hopefuls on their own; Maui priest removed permanently; SkyÕs not the limit, astronauts say; Suspect claims investigators violated law; Traffic fatality brings 20-year prison term;
[V.7, No. 219 - Wed., August 7, 2002]
Hawaii boosts bioterror program; Church mum on priest's actions; Case will not rule out layoffs; Accident renews calls for stoplight; Candidates file financial disclosures; Fewer stores sell tobacco to minors; Man accused of murdering his wife
[V.7, No. 220 - Thu., August 8, 2002]
Council backs new Hilton Tower; Typhus infection reported on Oahu; Waianae uniform controversy; Veteran is newest action figure; Doctors' group files suit against HMSA; Advocate will go to court to pick up pot; Lingle and Cayetano find common ground; Fire stirs residentÕs instincts; Mold hits UH
[V.7, No. 221 - Fri., August 9, 2002]
Boulder kills Nuuanu woman; Council may subpoena city officials; Tashiro descendants celebrate; Inouye tries to rally the troops; Suspect may be in Waipahu; Hospital suit may come to end; Pet saved from burning home; HMSA accused of deception; Feds to assess local water needs
[V.7, No. 222 - Sat., August 10, 2002]
Tragedy in Nuuanu; When will the next boulder tumble down?; Number of typhus incidents rises; Drug tester accused of bribery; Airport probe nets sixth arrest; Thousands flock to see lava show; Driver sentenced to 10 years in prison; 4 companies to pay election fines

[V.7, No. 223 - Sun., August 11, 2002]
Kamehameha eases entry; WWII standards earn honors; HPD offers anti-theft inspections; Hanauma Bay opens for meteor show; No Doubt gives crowd a workout; UH admits disclosure errors; Navy revamps injury care; Kristi kicks it up at Keiki Fair; Kaiser rooms get donated murals
[V.7, No. 224 - Mon., August 12, 2002]
Harris donors to face grand jury; Public unions waffle on Dems; Uninvited guests irk Natural Law; Marisco faces $10.8 million in fines; Mental clinics see drop in youths; Palolo Chinese Home to grow; UH goes deep for seismic discovery; Ex-isle newsman in diplomatic duty
[V.7, No. 225 - Tue., August 13, 2002]
Waipio heads for World Series!; Tourists spent 7.3% less in 2001; Cayetano negotiates for prison in Halawa; Critics accuse Army of rushing Makua review; TeenagerÕs death spurs crosswalk lights; Traffic light due at King Street crosswalk; Adler hopes to remain in govÕs race
[V.7, No. 226 - Wed., August 14, 2002]
Union OKs hotel strike; State pension fund logs big loss; Little Leaguer rushes to rejoin team; Candidates address Hawaiian concerns; 52 years making Honolulu safe; 3-year term in child-porn case; Dems aim ethics volley at Lingle; Liquor officer pleads guilty to extortion
[V.7, No. 227 - Thu., August 15, 2002]
State collects extra $22 million; Big Isle questions medical pot raids; United seeks cost cuts from staff; Island phone system for disabled criticized; State's cigarette taxes to be sixth highest in '04; Complaint against HMSA dismissed; Sex offender law has little effect
[V.7, No. 228 - Fri., August 16, 2002]
Waipio wins in 3-2 thriller; Harris inquiry focuses on park; Lingle regrets past news release; Mold found at 2 federal buildings; GOP questions Cayetano's prison plan; 63 isle troops arrive home from Bosnia; Marine Center debuts today; Judge allows witness in 1975 murder
[V.7, No. 229 - Sat., August 17, 2002]
Score! Waipio's in 3-2 win stirs pride; Waipio residents are smiling with pride; Hanauma opens to mixed reviews; Lingle accused of dodging debate; State faces poll worker shortage; Bank manager pleads guilty to fraud; High court hears arguments in bias case

[V.7, No. 230 - Sun., August 18, 2002]
The Kakaako fire houses: haunted?; Waikiki neighbor wins praise for rescue; Cases link military wives to drug deals; HFD plans new headquarters and complex; Boy's interest blooms as floral heir apparent; Kava conference sees export opportunities; Lava flows continue red-hot show
[V.7, No. 231 - Mon., August 19, 2002]
Medical alarms dwarf fire calls; Fans cheer through triumph and defeat; Little Leaguers remain in contention; Team to analyze Mars data probe; Late skaters a pain for Kailua residents; Suspect sought in North Shore knifings; Kilauea lava hits old part of road; Search continues for Guardsman
[V.7, No. 232 - Tue., August 20, 2002]
Impossible dream; Typhus control to include poison; Tamashiro Market owner dies; Boater search widens; Pilot to take Hawaii flag to NYC; Snake caught in Hauula; Judge rules against Felix chapel; Delays claimed in Hawaiian lawsuit; Remains from N.Korea due here
[V.7, No. 233 - Wed., August 21, 2002]
Another deadly boulder looms; Long road to Duke stamp; College entry scores up; 2 TV pilots to film here; School-bus firm shuts down; Maui smoking ban OK'd; Case issues budget challenge; Fire shuts Waiakea High; Baldwin back after court plea; Fall delays hostage trial; State faces child welfare audit
[V.7, No. 234 - Thu., August 22, 2002]
Winning welcome; Isles low in expert teachers; Cayetano says Case plan lacks specifics; Rules for building Hawaiian huts; Church holds child partly at fault; Victim dies after shooting in Waipahu; 14th typhus case surfaces in state; Medical insurance is available for kids
[V.7, No. 235 - Fri., August 23, 2002]
Flight to survive; Parties push to get voters; Cruise visitors up, sales not; Maui getting new bus service; Duke stamp seen popular; State warns of Ala Wai pollution; Class-size limits proposed; Apostrophe may decide veto fight; Sentencing doesn't help grief; Study urges early diabetes tests
[V.7, No. 236 - Sat., August 24, 2002]
Dedicated to duke; Hawaii's greatest sportsman earns his stamp; Surfer, swimmer, Olympian and ambassador of aloha; Legislator questions disposal of tainted soil; Harris puts auditor's office on ballot; State OKs Kapolei stoplights and signs; Snake eludes hunters' search

[V.7, No. 237 - Sun., August 25, 2002]
Waikiki project may stall police; Duke's day; Mix-up leads to lei removal; Testing points to smooth vote; Hokule'a repairs at halfway point; Signs of honor; Sonar tests called OK for whales; 79-year-old breaks the mold; Species invasion getting worse; Inouye sees 'vicious' campaign
[V.7, No. 238 - Mon., August 26, 2002]
Beating the odds; World's reefs in peril; Scientists say life likely on Mars; Problems mirror poverty on Big Island; Checkup should precede baby's flight; Charter school renamed for trustee; Pilot wins partial court victory; Business Health Council taps Allen; Ethnic factor of breast cancer discussed
[V.7, No. 239 - Tue., August 27, 2002]
Isle SATs gain on nationals; Isle Air Guard members face longer duty; It's gettin' hot in here; Mayor's meeting subject of campaign investigation; Oregon deaths hit local nerve; Hickam lab to help ID Civil War remains; Building named for Observatory veteran; Felony will send campaign up in smoke
[V.7, No. 240 - Wed., August 28, 2002]
Boulders a worry in Moanalua; Woman sues in mercury case; More reservists' duty extended; Police delay enforcing alarm law; Tall ship to spend busy week here; 2 GOP candidates miss forum; Candidates back senior centers; Priest's abuse was here, officials say; Clinton to aid isle Dems
[V.7, No. 241 - Thu., August 29, 2002]
UH finds Pearl attack sub; July tourism down 5%; Tanker dog has plenty; Bernard Punikaia honored; Candidates pledge to aid kids; No injunction in Maui church case; Procedure cuts heart-surgery risk; Isle parties court Clintion, Giulani; Kauai developer backs off; Leasehold-bill foes take to TV
[V.7, No. 242 - Fri., August 30, 2002]
Gifts to nonprofit questioned; Teacher indicted for smuggling; Workers take apart boulder; Lingle takes message to Aiea; Elephant breeding facility delayed; Grants to boost airport security; Lingle aide quits House race; Group protests prayer in HFD guide; Casino death draws lawsuit
[V.7, No. 243 - Sat., August 31, 2002]
UH cashing in on TV sales; Gov's race gets help from big names; Ala Wai dredging not a big stink; Lingle ethics complaint rejected; Outrigger project draws more support; Tanker dog welcomed home; Hawaiian language reaches across nation; More firms face fines over donations 2002

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