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Makua live-fire to resume; JAL trims 17 Hawaii flights; Gun classes booming; Gov's plan questioned; Dobelle's funding questioned; Public mobilized against dengue; Special-ed accusations hurled; Lawn thefts by the ton; 442nd's Hajiro returns to roots; Finding power to heal; BOE honors top teachers; Students ill from odors; 'James Odom' now Lonnie Webster; Gunman claims recklessness; Retiree attacker sentenced; Newswatch; Kokua Line by June Watanabe; Corky's Hawaii; Island Images; Obituaries; Weather
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Sky-high open house; Cross believes in lyrics; Stuffs; My Kind of Town by Don Chapman
Seniors play Turtle Bay tomorrow; Kailua, McKinley look to revitalize; Pro Bowl, Hula Bowl scheduling; Tinoisamoa gearing for SMU; Wahine make quick getaway; Sidelines by Kalani Simpson; Sports Notebook; Hawaii Beat; Scoreboard; Sports Broadcasts; Bullboard
Caution urged in tourism promotion; Trans Hawaiian liquidating; Airport considers rent relief; Bankoh finds buyer for Pacific units; Business Briefs; Watching the Numbers; Closing Market Report; TheBuzz by Erika Engle; Make It Easy by Beth Terry ; Hawaii Stocks; Live Stock Quotes; Dilbert!; Meetings
Legislators can't do business as usual; Public should be told of bin Laden evidence; Editor's Scratchpad; Talk Story by John Flanagan; Corky Editorial Cartoon; Letters to the Editor