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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 27, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  UHPA and state square off before Supreme Court
 •  O'ahu and Aloha Bowls moving to Mainland
 •  Woman's car plows into Palolo home
 •  Chinatown pool hall hit by armed robbers
 •  Police briefs
 •  Car booster seats for keiki may be required
 •  No foul play found in inmates' death

Local News
 •  New plan saves state tournaments
 •  Revised formats get mixed reviews
 •  Schools reopen to hugs, classwork
 •  Different arithmetic blocked school days
 •  Pressure on to catch up after strike
 •  Hawai'i ranches guard against foot-and-mouth disease
 •  Ka'anapali group sues over beach vendors
 •  Spending hiked $800 million in two-year budget
 •  Honolulu attorney may get federal court position
 •  Former trustee Wong pleads not guilty
 •  Eco-tourism demand rises
 •  Sewage rides cured-in-place pipeline
 •  Bottle deposit bill dead this session
 •  Police Beat
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor islands
Maui water board kills 'Iao agreement
 •  Fluoridation supporters not giving up on Moloka'i
 •  Big Island rattled by earthquakes
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
Love, tuna in Island care boxes

 •  Hawai'i slams past BYU into MPSF final
 •  Theocharidis named the MPSF Player of Year
 •  New plan saves state tournaments
 •  Revised formats get mixed reviews
 •  NCAA basketball limits put on hold
 •  Castle High graduate leads Japan golf event
 •  High schools
Chong, Jobe capture ILH tennis crowns
 •  Recreation
USTA clinics make tennis free for all
 •  Elite women's water polo teams here for MPSF playoffs
 •  Small Colleges
Eleven Hawai'i softball players on PacWest academic team
 •  Isle File
NIT champ Tulsa in BYUH tournament
 •  Outside Notes
 •  Racing Report
 •  Ferd Lewis
UH is no exception to the rule

Island Life
 •  Tempest in a flower pot
 •  Stage Review
'Beyond the Falls' bubbles with color
 •  Visitors swarm Ellis Island database on U.S. immigrants
 •  The Left Lane
Surpassing its goal
 •  Stage Review
HTY play aimed at preschoolers features some quirky songs
 •  Show Biz
TV's Food Network chef dined like a king
 •  Tube Notes

 •  March arrivals fall short of last year
 •  Navy to look at experimental hull
 •  Wal-Mart abandons piggyback proposal
 •  O'ahu shipyard purchased
 •  IMF forecasts slower growth, no recession
 •  IBM sidewalk campaign takes bad turn

 •  Hawai'i must set open tone for ADB meeting
 •  Biotech a crucial part of Isle economic future
 •  Lei Day: Let's make it a tradition everywhere
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Over the whales' dead bodies