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Porpilio Tamala, left, and Emeleta Ho‘opi‘i, right, embrace Linda Fernandez a day after her husband’s unexpected death. See story.

Cory Lum • The Honolulu Advertiser

Waves overran parts of Farrington Highway this morning as surf continued to build along the Leeward Coast. Surf is expected to reach 20 feet, with some sets possibly closer to 30 feet, according to Surf News Network. The "Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau" big-wave surfing contest is on today at Waimea Bay. More surf information.

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Updated at 4:23 p.m., Friday, January 12, 2001
Public schools show SAT gains
More Hawai'i schools than ever succeeded on last year's Stanford Achievement Test, and Department of Education officials suggest it indicates a turnaround for the struggling system.

Arson suspected in fire that destroyed Kalihi warehouse
A fire that caused more than $1 million in damage to a Kalihi warehouse this morning started when someone intentionally set fire to a nearby Mitsubishi van, fire officials said.

Posted at 12:17 p.m., Friday, January 12, 2001
H-1 lanes opened after truck accident
Two eastbound lanes of H-1 beneath Gulick Avenue were closed this morning after a truck carrying a fork lift struck the overpass. Pieces of steel dangled from the Gulick overpass and chunks of concrete and other debris littered the two far right lanes of the highway below, police said. The accident occurred about 10:26 a.m. State road crews repaired the damage and opened the lanes at 11:45 a.m., Department of Transportation officials said.

Cayetano rejects teacher pay finding
Gov. Ben Cayetano yesterday shot down the report of a fact-finding panel and its recommendation of a 19 percent raise for Hawai'i's teachers.

Administrator salaries lure principals away, auditor says
As the public school system braces for a massive shortage of principals, the state auditor yesterday told lawmakers that the principals' salary structure does not encourage them to stay on the job.

The boss is gone, but Fernandez carnival goes on
In true carnival tradition, the show will go on at the E.K. Fernandez camp at Campbell Industrial Park, where CEO Kanekepo'okalani Fernandez — "Kane" to his friends and patrons — ruled until his unexpected death Tuesday.
'Celebration of Life' will be held Sunday

Honolulu Advertiser SPECIAL REPORT
. In a special report, "The State of the Hawaiian," The Advertiser examines the impact of political decisions on the status of Hawaiians and the soul of the 'ohana.

Planning your weekend? Check out TGIF online for movie showtimes and reviews and weekend happenings.

Bishop Museum considers moving
The Bishop Museum is considering selling its campus in Kapalama to Kamehameha Schools, which would take over the site for educational purposes.

Ex-employees win $750,000 in pharmacy settlement
Alleged gunman charged with shooting Kane'ohe store owner
GOP introduces legislative plan
Hawai'i Teacher of Year is national finalist

Leonard's 67 leads Mercedes by a shot
Justin Leonard shot a 6-under-par 67 yesterday to take a one-stroke lead over Ernie Els in the Mercedes Championships.

UTEP hands Hawai'i fourth loss in a row
UH may interview Oral Roberts baseball coach
Fenderson invited to play in Hula Bowl
California JC lineman commits to Hawai'i

Reviving Hilo's Shipman castle
Hilo's Shipman estate is reshaping itself in the elegance of its past. The windows that ring the famed mansion are indicative of a bit of historic novelty as well as a wee touch of ornery tax deception.

'Kilohi' show is a look at hula's deities
Today in TGIF: Sir Elton returns

AOL-Time Warner merger gets final federal clearance
The $106 billion merger of America Online and Time Warner cleared its final government hurdle yesterday, paving the way for the creation of the nation's largest media empire.

Liberty House continues to gain strength
Matson Navigation Co. fined $3 million

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