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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 20, 2004

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  UHs NIT game on Monday sold out
 •  Wie in 9th place after 2-under 70
 •  Taiwan ruling party claims Chen victory

Local News
 •  Aki's defense to assert uncle killed Kahealani
 •  FDA issues fish safety advice
 •  Car chase nearly spans O'ahu
 •  Judge blocks Makua training
 •  Retired Senate clerk back on payroll
 •  EDUCATION
Details of school finance reform take center stage
 •  BOE member challenges chairman
 •  OTHER TOP STORIES
State struggles with security
 •  Federal officials work to get money to states
 •  Regents try again for official UH logo
 •  Gorilla attack raises fears about orangutan
 •  OTHER NEWS
School singers compete
 •  Legislature considers fixed traffic cameras
 •  North Shore backdrop for new Fox TV series
 •  Anti-war rallies planned
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  GOLF
Wie rallies with a 67
 •  UH SPORTS
UH looking for a sellout
 •  Rice pitcher strikes out 13 'Bows in 5-3 win
 •  Wilton praises makeshift lineup
 •  Nittaidai rallies past UH in five
 •  ISLE FILE
UH softball team splits 2 in tourney
 •  For the Record
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  SATURDAY SCOOPS
Scour shelves for your CDs
 •  PRESCRIPTIONS
Weight-loss expenses get some tax breaks
 •  Health Calendar
 •  ISLAND TREASURES
Tiffany art glass desired by many
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  FAITH
Lesbian cleric awaits church verdict
 •  State gathering data on church-provided health services
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith Calendar
 •  EXPRESSIONS OF FAITH
Christ's death offers hope
 •  FAITH BRIEFS
Stations of Cross erected on campus

Business
 •  Lawmakers may delay gasoline price cap law
 •  Hawaiian Cement workers approve new labor deal
 •  Ex-CEO of Hawaiian may face civil action
 •  Advertiser names new marketing executive
 •  Coors Brewing meets in Hawai'i
 •  OTHER BUSINESS
Currency fears in comic book plot
 •  Expectation of monetary policy switch buoys yen
 •  Short-staffed IRS wants private debt collectors

Opinion
 •  EDITORIAL
Asia in disarray: Is Bush too distracted?
 •  Letters to the Editor