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November 2002

[V. 7, No. 305 - Fri., November 1, 2002]
Another pileup jams roads; Hawaiian to cut 150 jobs; Winners to determine mood of City Council; Hawaii not ready for bioterrorism; Isle fraud convict has parting shot; Judge won't stop ballot count; Harris consultants testify; Halloween gives bank robber cover
[V. 7, No. 306 - Sat., November 2, 2002]
Sparks fly at last TV debate; State defends bioterrorism preparedness; Dockworkers reach deal on technology; OHA demands revenues; Surfers lose resource for wave forecast; Election violations to go to prosecutor; Campaign donations pour in; Ex-priest jailed on sex charges
[V. 7, No. 307 - Sun., November 3, 2002]
Political ads aim at fence-sitters; Both parties eye House control; Playing tag with sharks; Panel wades into surf-height dispute; Voting machine test goes well; Arroyo photo use draws fire; 'Boot camp' teaches new dads; Man held in fatal Waikiki stabbing
[V. 7, No. 308 - Mon., November 4, 2002]
Oahu home sales jump; Candidates trade final jabs; Endorsements show rift; Tight race may boost turnout; Wahine No. 1 in coaches poll; Waimanalo braces for road work; Kalaheo launches gay-straight club; Sacred Falls ruling appeal OKd
[V. 7, No. 309 - Tue., November 5, 2002]
Voters will have last say; Wal-Mart proposal hearing set; Slaying suspect had prior rape conviction; Ko Olina access limit under fire; Hawaii's film commissioner named; Campbell takes over Army Pacific; Helicopter makes forced landing; Hamilton Library to complete renovations
[V. 7, No. 310 - Wed., November 6, 2002]
Lingle wins; Abercrombie, Mink win; GOP gains 2 Senate seats; Council looks for leaders; Councilman edges out Maui mayor; Yee, 3 newcomers win BOE seats; Many don't vote in OHA elections; All 3 constitutional amendments ratified; Isle kids choose Hirono; Few problems reported
[V. 7, No. 311 - Thu., November 7, 2002]
Lingle criticizes gov's policies; Analysis: Democrats reeling; Leaders stress bipartisanship; Waimanalo's dead end; Transplant in the ohana; Huli Huli creator dies; BOE newcomers like magnet schools; Maui mayor to create new posts; Pakistan ambassador speaks; Moon may dim sky show
[V. 7, No. 312 - Fri., November 8, 2002]
Lingle team shortchanged; In a small town in Texas ...; Ehime Maru settlement date set; Special elections procedure set; Man indicted in Waikiki killing; Group upset that Navy destroyed boat; Child abuse case sent to Circuit Court; Airport investigation garners guilty plea; On-the-spot HIV test considered
[V. 7, No. 313 - Sat., November 9, 2002]
Car thefts up 49% on Oahu; Shipwreck census; Surf forecast site back up; Businesswoman named regent; OHA award expands Hawaiian center staff; Sailor killed wife believing infidelity; IRS traces payments to Rodrigues' associates; Repairs leave 3,100 on Big Isle powerless; Police chief interviews criticized

[V. 7, No. 314 - Sun., November 10, 2002]
New-growth areas back Lingle; Freeing prison space; Council sees BRT problems; Exhibit remembers Tarawa; Calasa family stays focused; Damaged carrier may stop at Pearl; Isle band works toward Rose Parade; Maui likely to ban dolphin facility; Kauai seeks to fill key posts; Taiko-orchestra combo ages well
[V. 7, No. 315 - Mon., November 11, 2002]
Permanent honors; 6 people killed in 7 accidents; Prehistoric Kilauea exploded; Veteran saw 2 atomic bomb horrors; Lingle wants new prison role; Ex-finance chief to lead transition team; Eggs 'n Things reopens after fire; Kakaako may get new cancer center; People must keep distance from whales
[V. 7, No. 316 - Tue., November 12, 2002]
Hawaii drops in health ranking; Japanese center hopes to raise $9M; Lingle invited to prison talks; Council invocation is challenged; Protecting kids against 'Net threats; Lingle sets up search committees; Islanders honor war veterans; Experts update alien species battle
[V. 7, No. 317 - Wed., November 13, 2002]
2 Harris officials to testify; Students low on reading, math; Lingle to restore tunnel name; Hilton mold-repair tab doubles; Otsuka indicted again; Bodyboarders protest permit denial; Okino heads City Council; Bunda retains Senate presidency; Good Neighbor Fund starts; Isle nursing above average
[V. 7, No. 318 - Thu., November 14, 2002]
HMSA wants to raise rates; Kakaako aquarium idea reborn; Slavery horrors recounted; Lingle looks into prison plan; Windward crime wave; City tax hike likely; Rooster ban defeated; Inauguration to last 2 days; Scope eyes space volcano; Study links bikes, numbness; Rodrigues mounts no defense
[V. 7, No. 319 - Fri., November 15, 2002]
UH aims to hit top by 2010; AFL-CIO interviews House candidates; State can't close small airports; Trial begins in traffic fatality case; Task force to fight human trafficking; Char questioned in Harris investigation; Lawmakers hope to work well together; Directors sought for state
[V. 7, No. 320 - Sat., November 16, 2002]
8 to quit state housing board; High winds lead to death; Special elections bring headaches; Habitat could cost $2 billion; Rodrigues' defense wraps up; Bodyboarding contest gets second wind; Lawyer says city harassing witness; Losing battle feared at Lake Wilson; State delays boating-fee decision

[V. 7, No. 321 - Sun., November 17, 2002]
Isle reserves ready for war; Fire under water; Isle student makes U.S. debate team; Sign patrol targets 3 neighborhoods; Science, Hawaiian style at UHH; Commander aims for fitness, focus; Korean group plans cultural center; Koa Ridge hearing set; Waikiki center raises cash for needy
[V. 7, No. 322 - Mon., November 18, 2002]
Warriors rank 25th in nation; Shark attack off Maui; Charter school woes prompts investigation; Kaiser nurses take strike vote; Makapuu rock work extended; Weekend Scene: Blessings; Hospital offers respite; Low-income families eligible for free meals; State care homes receive mixed marks
[V. 7, No. 323 - Tue., November 19, 2002]
Farmers may have to vacate; Shark victim laments lack of warnings; Airport meets security deadline; Court upholds tobacco fund use; Rodrigues fraud trial goes to jury; BOE panel to discuss PE standards; UH backers expect easy time in Legislature; State wants treehouse dweller out
[V. 7, No. 324 - Wed., November 20, 2002]
Rodrigues guilty; Stewards say justice done; Verdict hurts Dems, expert says; Grand jury targets contractor; Status of women slips; Central Oahu homes bill advances; Hotel may post shark warnings; Waihee won't seek Mink's job; Substitute teachers sue for pay; Soo disciplined for Lingle ads
[V. 7, No. 325 - Thu., November 21, 2002]
Isles keep giving; Curtain falls on Waikiki theaters; HPD may revert to old radios; Hawaii grad rate put at 69%; Rodrigues fights forfeiture; School bus fare may double; 44 file to succeed Mink; Lingle swamped with resumes; State does genetics survey; Vigil for homeless; Experts puzzled over shark
[V. 7, No. 326 - Fri., November 22, 2002]
Rodrigues suspended; Students suspended for bringing guns; Increase in student bus fare approved; When David dunked on Goliath; Vandalism a likely factor in shooting; Navy missile aces test; Isles drop in MADD ratings; Teachers' pay rank rises in study; Otsuka pleads not guilty; UH budget features 25% increase
[V. 7, No. 327 - Sat., November 23, 2002]
Rodrigues leaves UPW torn; Selection of UPW successor draws fire; Parole chairman suspended; Honolulu post office gets buyer; Police say intruder fired gun first; Molokai nurses vote to leave union; UH lends prof to Lingle as adviser; 22 finish new-caregiver training; House race dismays Cayetano

[V. 7, No. 328 - Sun., November 24, 2002]
Dock agreement reached; Case family buys stake in MidWeek, S-B; Isles brace for N.Y. mental patient; Maui program gives addicts second chance; Fire destroys classroom; 5 hospitals get notice of nurses' strike; Chameleon prompts fears of illegal trade; Program enlists Filipino lifesavers; Foodbank holds hope
[V. 7, No. 329 - Mon., November 25, 2002]
State checks for felons on welfare; Chang 'probable' for Sat. game; Newborn screening pays off; Kalihi YMCA plans renovation; Kaimuki Christmas tree saved; Dog park set for Mililani Mauka; Scientists mull Earth's heat flow; Weekend Scene: Pasko
[V. 7, No. 330 - Tue., November 26, 2002]
Wipe out; UPW workers petition for trusteeship; Aloha Air workers take cut in pay; Administration change begins; Arson puts squeeze on school; Group fights leasehold proposals; Zoo program has tale to inspire hope; Post office renamed for Kalakaua; Expert says drug education failing
[V. 7, No. 331 - Wed., November 27, 2002]
Lingle biopsy results negative; Highway reopening to be celebrated; No turkeys for Foodbank families; N.Y. service denies abandoning patient; Alleged drug importer caught; AFL-CIO to support Matsunaga; UPW chief to audit union finances; Cayetano pardons 43 this year
[V. 7, No. 332 - Thu., November 28, 2002]
Hospital readies for RN walkout; Lingle biopsy finds no cancer; Feds call Rodrigues dangerous; Isle dancers find NY mood better; Boyfriend held in slaying; Holiday's meaning extended; Mental patient won't come; HNL holiday has good start; Contractor, prosecutors in talks; 4,900 vote early
[V. 7, No. 333 - Fri., November 29, 2002]
Boulder dash; Shoppers rise early for bargains; 2-year-old battles cancer; Free Turkey feast is labor of love; Nurses, Kaiser reach accord; Food bank turkeys arrive for needy; Kailua trees dressed for holidays; Bird tests show no West Nile virus; Salvation Army low on rent support
[V. 7, No. 334 - Sat., November 30, 2002]
Airports get missile warning; Nurses talks stall; Stores beef up security; Boulders worry Hawaii Kai residents; Waimanalo awaits customers; Ailments prompt meeting; Gov's budget taps hurricane fund; Black out affects 42% of customers; Ex-priest completes sentence; Isles prepare for World AIDS Day 2002

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