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Dengue spreads beyond East Maui; Suspect goes before family judge; EPA approves caffeine frog fight; 5-day jobless filings pass 4,400; Hee proposes OHA fund jobs; Gov touts projects; Airlines eye curbside check-in; Sacred Falls survivor critical of alerts; Japanese ship will assist Ehime Maru; UH gets Maui supercomputer contract; Bruckheimer plans Hawaii TV show; NTSB: Pilot caused crash; Accused killer faced similar charge in '84; Final sentence in North Shore murders; Newswatch; Kokua Line by June Watanabe; Corky's Hawaii; Island Images; Obituaries; Weather
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De la mode; Enterprising ex-isle designer; Stuffs; My Kind of Town by Don Chapman
Update: Chang's wrist not broken; Chang out for SMU; Lakers show spirit in Hawaii; Wahine road trip continues; Devitt out of WAC opener; Sidelines by Kalani Simpson; Hawaii Beat; Scoreboard; Sports Broadcasts; Bullboard
Home Depot expanding to Kona; Home sales fall, prices climb; Isle firm wins $50 mil Schofield contract; State sues HHA execs; Business Briefs; Watching the Numbers; Closing Market Report; TheBuzz by Erika Engle ; Hawaii Stocks; Live Stock Quotes; Dilbert!; Meetings
Burglar alarm owners should pay for duds; Illegal sales of liquor to minors taper off; Editor's Scratchpad; Talk Story by John Flanagan; Corky Editorial Cartoon; Letters to the Editor