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FRAMES

Friday, April 23, 2004


Late Breaking



City Council up for 21% raise

Hawaii tops nation in extinctions

Charter schools to get full funding

DNA not from slain girl's uncle

Girl needs bone marrow miracle

Kauai highway gains federal protection

Kalihi vehicle fire might be hate crime

Traffic-cam bill talks postponed

Dispute delays Maui air ambulance

Fire damages Wailea resort

Gov may wait on board nominations

Food drive deadline approaches

Maui police chief gets 24% pay hike

Punahou service program has new home

Isles can join fed drug-buying program

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by Susan Scott

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Corky is on vacation; Corky's Hawaii returns May 17.

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