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Move for Lindsey ouster heats up; Rattled flyers touch down; Fish-frenzy begins; Taro - First, get dirty; Lifeguards gear for trouble; Kilauea undersea landslide; Bikeways

Dance of the red dog; Wat Dat?; Dave Donnelly, Charles Meminger, Ben Wood; Crossword of the Pacific

Rainbow Classic coverage: KU KOs Ohio State, Commodores trip Aggies

Korea's Asiana Air quitting isles; Bonds safe and sound

Hong Kong is less democratic now; New names on the ballot; Massacre in Mexico
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