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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 4, 2002

Local News
 •  Waimanalo man charged in fatal automobile crash
 •  Liner was last chance for rescue, captain says
 •  Waialua killer acquitted
 •  In robot wars, only cash limits Waialua
 •  CITY/STATE GOVERNMENT
Senators deciding on budget
 •  Teachers hail vote on health coverage
 •  Raise for top officials gets preliminary OK
 •  OTHER NEWS
Inouye blasts plan to shift command
 •  Suspicious cargo on cruise ship closes harbor
 •  Navy to sign agreement with Ehime prefecture
 •  Candidate accuses GOP of censorship
 •  Niu Valley church will get senior daycare
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Police Beat
 •  Teens charged in killing
 •  L&L Drive-Inn president honored for volunteer efforts
 •  NEIGHBOR ISLANDS
Events tomorrow mark anniversary of Big Island tsunami
 •  Hilo girl missing since Sunday
 •  Maui habitat plan revised to address concerns
 •  Defibrillator in place at Kahului Airport
 •  HELCO plant opposed at permit hearing
 •  EDUCATION
MCC tech center already in action
 •  Hilo student wins State Science Fair honors
 •  Principals offer hot line
 •  OUR SCHOOLS HOLY NATIVITY
Close-knit school proud of individual attention
 •  ON CAMPUS
Cleanup finally set near HCC
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  UH SPORTS
Ex-reliever responds to starting call with victories
 •  UH, UCLA have nothing to hide
 •  HIGH SCHOOLS
Kailua rallies past Moanalua
 •  Campbell girls remain unbeaten
 •  GOLF REPORT
Rainbow Open to go on
 •  Ace registry under way
 •  Golf Tips: Stretch that swing
 •  Holes in one
 •  Notices
 •  ISLE FILE
UH to get outside help in its search for A.D.
 •  WAC academic honors for Hawai'i's Savovic
 •  FERD LEWIS
This tutor puts it all on the line
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  On the Air

Island Life
 •  Violent video games thrill kids, worry adults
 •  Games packed with murder, stealing and destruction
 •  MERRIE MONARCH
Miss Aloha Hula competition starts tonight at Merrie Monarch
 •  Schedule of performances
 •  OTHER FEATURES
Spiritual leaders' speeches timely amid Mideast strife
 •  State stamp artist gets rough ride
 •  Kamehameha grad wins pageant title
 •  THE LEFT LANE
UH presents its summer classes
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health Calendar
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tube Notes

Business
 •  Attorney says cap oil profits in Hawai'i
 •  Gas prices expected to keep rising
 •  Housing market still looks healthy
 •  Partnership to boost Hawai'i's work force
 •  Most online users surf government, too
 •  Outrigger top 2001 marketer
 •  Traffic falls at 3 airlines; Southwest reports rise

Opinion
 •  EDITORIALS
Innocent witnesses needn't be restrained
 •  Even offensive speech is worth protecting
 •  ISLAND VOICES
Waikiki not getting better for residents
 •  Letters to the Editor