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'Baywatch' considering Hawaii; Milk price break; Wong blames Chun; Lindsey seeks justice testimony; Reading programs flunk; Senate passes fireworks ban; Swap-meet vendor victory; Bronster remark; Army fraternization; Freet tuition; Senator's religious symbol; Jury need to know; Monk seal; Facilities director, developer; Kokua Line

Kiss of the Spider Woman; Billionaire's symphony; Wong extends; Printmakers gotta do it; HTY serious business; Kumu Kahua Flipz out; Stuffs; Hawaii; The Weekly Eater

Second's best for UH's Dartt; WAC considering lawsuit; Gender equity bill; Hawaii Beat; Scoreboard

Fishman takes tourism post; Mediation for Aloha, attendants; Kakaako development finalists; Unemployment 6 percent; Money Rates

Mayor's budget makes risky assumptions; Disabled children; Police admission; Hawaii's World; Corky; Letters to the Editor