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A fire gutted a condominium apartment at Prospect Towers in Makiki yesterday. That fire and another high-rise fire in Waikiki on Sunday rekindled the debate over whether O'ahu's older buildings should be retrofitted with sprinklers. See story.

Eugene Tanner • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Posted at 12:06 p.m., February 6, 2001
School-by-school SAT scores released
The state Department of Education today released school-by-school 2000 Stanford Achievement Test scores for grades 3, 5, 8 and 10.
See the scores for your child's school using our searchable database.

Posted at 11:24 a.m., February 6, 2001
Driver in critical condition after three-car crash
A three-vehicle accident about 9 a.m. today on Kapaa Quarry Road in Kailua left one driver hospitalized in critical condition, police said. The other two drivers were shaken up but refused treatment at the scene.

House may stall special education funding
Angry lawmakers in the state House may stall an emergency measure to pump another $137 million into special education services as part of a strategy to control the soaring costs of the Felix consent decree.

Ex-officer may be charged in traffic death
Former police officer Clyde Arakawa may be charged with reckless manslaughter in the car crash last October that killed a young woman, the prosecutor's office said in court papers.

Shirokiya to close Pearlridge store
Japanese specialty retailer Shirokiya will close its Pearlridge Center store next month, ending a 20-year presence for the popular Hawai'i institution at the Pearl City shopping center.

. New Military Briefing section
In our new section you'll find news about Hawai'i's service-people and the issues affecting them and their families. Check out
Military Update, a column by an expert on military benefits, plus a map showing deployments of Hawai'i-based units.

Live chat with UH coaches
HonoluluAdvertiser.com will have continuous coverage of the NCAA's letter of intent day tomorrow. We will have pictures of high school football players signing letters of intent, updates of University of Hawai'i signings and, starting at 7 p.m., a live chat with UH coaches to discuss recruiting. Register for our live chat, then return tomorrow night for our coaches' conversation moderated by Advertiser sports writer Stephen Tsai.

It only seems like it's so cold
It may seem like Arctic weather to longtime Hawai'i residents, but weather forecasters say the chill you feel is not particularly extraordinary.

UH's cloned mice join Bishop Museum show
Restaurant in Kalihi pau, but owner isn't
Casino gambling bill called long shot
Sprinkler debate intensifies after high-rise fire

UH, BYU renew football rivalry
The UH football team will revive one of its oldest, and most heated, rivalries when it plays host to Brigham Young University Dec. 1 at Aloha Stadium.

A feeling that Bears repeating
Hawai'i soccer star Ching chosen by Galaxy
Four standouts verbally commit to Warriors
Wahine senior Lee selected Player of the Week in WAC

Island Style: Fashion in bloom
The current "It" accessory is the faux flower in all its glorious forms. It's a trend that works for any age, from infant to tutu — and any budget.

Fashions designed for the wheelchair
Show breathes life into stuffed Pooh

Developer blames bank for bankruptcy filing
Developer Peter Savio, who filed for personal bankruptcy protection Friday, did so to block a "rogue lender" from evicting his profitable company.

Phillips-Tosco merger under scrutiny
Web site tracks lost savings bonds

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