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Harris donations scrutinized; Gov seeks more powers; Air war stirs protesters; Dengue confirmations on the rise; Stinging caterpillar on Big Isle; High-protein diet danger cited; Saddle Road dissenter unbowed; Historic building crumbles; State pension system earns $1bil; Aluli services Thursday; Civic planner Nagai dies at 79; Newswatch; Kokua Line by June Watanabe; Corky's Hawaii; Island Images; Obituaries; Weather
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'Edmond' a disturbing tour of urban underside; Stuffs; My Kind of Town by Don Chapman
Chang likely starter vs. UTEP; Political Foyle; Wahine line up match with HPU; Sidelines by Kalani Simpson; 'Pen Pal by Pal Eldredge; Sports Notebook; Hawaii Beat; Scoreboard; Sports Broadcasts
Aloha gets bailout payment; Cheap Tickets exec gets Cendant post; Insurers oppose health bill; Viata gets cash infusion; Energy lab gets bigger pipe; Business Briefs; Watching the Numbers; Closing Market Report; TheBuzz by Erika Engle ; Hawaii Stocks; Live Stock Quotes; Dilbert!; Meetings
U.S. should step up biological defense; Automakers pick size over fuel efficiency; Editor's Scratchpad; Talk Story by John Flanagan; Corky Editorial Cartoon; Letters to the Editor