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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 3, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Diplomats meet with spy plane crew
 •  Alzheimer's cost expected to skyrocket
 •  Store owner hurt in robbery
 •  Strip club, bars target of city cleanup
 •  Teachers, state back at the table
 •  Officers forced to kill unruly cow
 •  Aladdin casino owner has high debt payments
 •  Skipper of missing fishing boat listed as from Hawaii

Local News
 •  U.S. prepares to see crew of crashed spy plane
 •  Navy releases names of crew members
 •  State to appeal strike ruling
 •  Students consumed by strike talk at UH
 •  Repaired Greeneville departs shipyard with crew
 •  Substitutes aren't the answer
 •  Waimea Falls Park report submitted
 •  Financial expert faces federal gun charges
 •  Sheriff's deputy pleads no contest in gun 'joke'
 •  Man pleads not guilty in wife's death
 •  Myra English, 'Hawai'i's champagne lady,' dead at 68
 •  Wai'anae road not in OMPO plan
 •  Kahala group seeks to resolve dog issue
 •  Gabbard's husband tied to anti-gay groups
 •  State cracks down on illegal cigarette sales
 •  O'ahu briefs
Neighbor Islands
 •  Thunderstorms cause flooding on Kaua'i
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Shirokiya filled kitsch market on Maui

 •  Warrior volleyball team moves up to No. 1
 •  Battier helps Duke beat Arizona, 82-72, for NCAA title
 •  Nittas juggling balls and strikes
 •  Freshmen flash skills in soccer
 •  Mililani tops Leilehua, 3-0
 •  Isle File UH freshman WAC Player of the Week
 •  Slam must be achieved in same year

Island Life
Island Style
 •  In pursuit of the perfect purse
 •  Fashion Calendar

 •  TGI Tuesday

Stage Review
 •  'Steel Magnolias' still shines despite opening-night jitters

 •  Tube Notes

 •  Porter named Foodland president
 •  Construction shows growth nationwide
 •  Mutual funds suffer 'ugly quarter'
 •  Billionaire Buffett adds Gap to his portfolio
 •  Kmart bringing back 'Blue Light Specials'
 •  Business briefs

 •  Liquor group should not accept free gifts
 •  U.S.-China relations go beyond spy plane
 •  Tourism impact study is crucial planning tool
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices Militarism sank Ehime Maru

 •  Dancing in the arcade
 •  Other sites can't touch Napster for online music
 •  'Olelo broadcasts legislature sessions
 •  Internet services already providing video on demand