Wednesday, February 7, 2001
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The producers of the television series "Baywatch Hawaii" announced its cancellation today. See story.

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Legislature 2001
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Click! Techtoy Giveaway
Win a Casio wristwatch digital camera. Enter through Feb. 11 to win.

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.

Updated at 1:17 p.m., February 7, 2001
'Baywatch Hawaii' canceled; cost cited by producer
The London-based producer of "Baywatch Hawaii" has canceled the show, saying the economics of continuing the Hawaii-filmed program could not be justified.

Updated at 11:05 a.m., February 7, 2001
Man stabbed to death in Waianae
A 68-year-old man was stabbed to death in his Waianae home this morning and his wife arrested at the scene.

Updated at 3:11 p.m., February 7, 2001
High school seniors sign football contracts
Hawai'i football standouts wasted little time in signing national letters of intent today, the first day high school seniors are permitted to make binding NCAA commitments. And the University of Hawai'i filled out its recruits roster. Among those said to have signed letters of intent is College of the Canyons standout Isaak Sopoaga.

$400,000 grant to help Big Isle fight teen drinking, 'rave'

The Big Island is getting a $400,000 grant to battle the problem of underage drinking and to end so-called "rave" parties that have plagued the area.

Hawai'i SAT scores show best gains in years
The state Department of Education is heralding a possible turnaround in school performance, with gains in student achievement on the 2000 Stanford Achievement Test.
See the scores for your child's school using our searchable database.

Kaua'i in quandary over rare foliage
Various interests debated yesterday at a hearing on the Fish and Wildlife Service's court-mandated proposal to designate more than 66,000 acres of Kaua'i and Ni'ihau as critical habitat for 76 species of endangered plants.

Live chat with UH coaches today will have continuous coverage of the NCAA's letter of intent day today. 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 tonight for our coaches' conversation moderated by Advertiser sports writer Stephen Tsai.

Today in Taste
Today in Click!
St. Andrew's gets unhooked to Internet

City closer to starting Hanauma Bay project
State planners are recommending that the city be given final approval to start building its education center at Hanauma Bay. Approval hinges on a list of minor conditions.

Sex treatment center hearings set
Medical privacy law hits dead end
Army postpones Makua decision
Some Hawai'i-based subs may be moved to Guam

UH football team fills its need for speed
On the last shopping day, the Hawai'i football program filled one last request, securing a commitment from a speedy high school cornerback from Leavenworth, Wash.

DeRenne, Sardinha hope to hit the big leagues someday
Surgery a success for Murakami
High school softball players, coaches prefer winter season

Cookies: Practice makes perfect
You can make picture-perfect cookies at home. Gail Ouchi does it all the time. "It just takes practice," said the 'Aina Haina cookie baker. "It's really a lot of fun."

Titanic discoverer lectures at UH
Curves gives women a shapely workout

Slump could slow Convention Center bookings in Hawai'i
With millions of square feet of convention center space coming on the U.S. market, and a slowing Mainland economy, filling Hawai'i's $350 million convention center could prove hard.

A&B sells properties in Pacific Northwest
Click! St. Andrew's gets unhooked to Internet

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