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Tantalus Drive B1 EZII STAR ADVERTISER.COM. 2 sports' I 1 v r X 1 ' r .-? .-? .-? 7 JAMM AQUINO JAQUINOSTARADVERTISER.COM Punahou's Alina Ching hit from the 14th hole during yesterday's first round of the 2010 Manoa Cup at the Oahu Country Club. Another Manoa Cup milestone Alina Ching, sister of 2008 champion Alex Ching, becomes just the third female to qualify for the venerable championship CI local Isle inmate dies in Arizona The state Public Safety Department launches an investigation after a prisoner is strangled by his cellmate during a lockdown B5 Ignition lock law is a go Starting in January, DUI offenders must blow into a device to prove they are sober before their cars will start B4 for rail Sin ets te An environmental impact statement now goes to Lingle, who still wants an analysis of the projects costs e BY SEAN HAO A final environmental study of Honolulu's planned 20-mile, 20-mile, 20-mile, elevated commuter rail line picked up a key federal endorsement and now goes to Gov. Linda Lingle for her review. The Federal Transit Administration approved the final environmental impact statement, which concludes that most negative aspects of the train can be mitigated and that residents will benefit from the option of a guaranteed 42-minute 42-minute 42-minute ride, from East Kapolei to Ala Moana Center. if - -A -A . V is. ' V m . --i&r --i&r --i&r wit v Mayor Mufi Hannemann held aloft the 4-inch-thick 4-inch-thick 4-inch-thick 4-inch-thick 4-inch-thick study yesterday at a Honolulu Hale news conference. "Today is a great day. Today is a historic day," he said. Hannemann, who had hoped to begin construction on the project last December, now has his sights set on later this year with completion envisioned for 2019. "With the support and cooperation of the state, the final piece can be put in place, and we can break ground," Hannemann said. Lingle's approval is far from automatic. The governor has said she will not approve the rail line based on the most recent available financial plan for the project, which was completed in August. She wants to hold public hearings on the Please see Rail, A7

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  2. 15 Jun 2010, Tue,
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