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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 6, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Flash flood watch on for Kaua'i, canceled for O'ahu
 •  Robbery suspect nabbed in ocean chase
 •  One dead, one critical after car crashes
 •  Man with violent history escapes state hospital

Local News
 •  State, striking teachers 'very, very firm in their resolve'
 •  Frustrated UH faculty walk off campuses
 •  Day 1 comes to a calm conclusion
 •  Teachers gain supporters
 •  Day 1 violence-free, police say
 •  Military teams with child-care providers
 •  Strike affects dozens of student activities
 •  City hasn't expanded recreation to fill void
 •  House approves special-ed money
 •  Senate to vote today on gambling studies
 •  Teen convicted in party slaying
 •  OHA puts off search for new manager
 •  Big Isle Water Supply moves to Waiakea site
 •  Man to serve at least 15 years for murder
 •  Police corral one fugitive during search for another
 •  Police Beat
Neighbor Islands
 •  Kona Historical Society joins Smithsonian affiliate program
 •  Educator Mary Jane Kahanamoku dead at 81
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Governor needs to make peace
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH's next president will go to bat for athletics
 •  Tukuafu, Davis are opposite Warriors with same games
 •  Tukuafu, Davis are opposite Warriors with same games
 •  Wallace's success at UH opens new doors
 •  Recreation: A springboard to healthier life
 •  Walking workshop on tap
Small College notebook
 •  HPU may miss softball playoffs
 •  Clash of ILH basketball unbeatens tonight
 •  Soccer sign-ups
 •  Dobelle has left lasting mark at previous stops

Island Life
 •  Death on the freeway
 •  Teak considered hot trend in back yard
 •  Benefit concert May 20 for 'Ohi'a Productions
 •  'Hit and Runway' a buddy movie
Show Biz
 •  Cazimero joins in pre-Easter gathering
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Now showing: higher movie prices
 •  Bids sought for old Honolulu post office
 •  Employers fear lengthy teachers strike
 •  Children spend day at office
 •  Job-cut plans up 60% in March
 •  Online music deals rush to fill gap
 •  MP3 receiver spreads digital music
 •  Power outage knocks out AOL e-mail
 •  Business briefs
 •  California home affordability improves
 •  Group critical of credit card rates, late fees
 •  FDIC calls for changes in operations

 •  Senate budget proposal could extend the strike
 •  China tests Bush, who comes up short
 •  Letters to the Editor
Island Voices
 •  Transfer system for TheBus is broken