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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 2005, Syracuse, New York r The Post-Standard Affiliated with Syracuse com WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2005 FINAL EDITION C I1 e Pos S SYRACUSE, N.Y. 50 CENTS BIG CHANGE The crash of thunder today wil] announce the ar rival of a cold front that will bring rain and much' cooler temperatures back to Central New York Sunshine will be m short sup- ply during the few days Complete forecast, D-10 HIGH: 73 LOW: 39 Bill would crack down on fatal hit-and-runs Three Syracuse-area residents have testified for a bill to in- crease jail time for hit-and-run The bill, which is likely to be- come law, would nearly double the sentence to seven years in prison for a driver charged with leaving a fatal accident NEW YORK, PAGE A-l 2 Oklahoma City remembers 1995 bombing, victims In the church that once served as a temporary morgue for the bodies of their loved ones, lelatives of the 168 victims killed in the Oklahoma City bombing joined survivors and rescue workers Tuesday for staff BUSINESS, PAGE C-1 0 3 RITES OF SPRiNG Seize the season with an April of f dishes Page E-1 The Daily Dose I Should marijuana be legalized7 Two experts spar irnprcve your vocabulary Cats: Love 'em or hate 'em Page E-10 INSIDE B lit At Moore's Law, new spamblocker and a long- lasting battery on virtual dates to practice for the rea! thing Beginning on Page F-1 GOOD Aussie guitarist Emmanuel to perform at ReuiiGuSc. Page E-5 Celebrate Earth Day in the kitchen. UGLIEST CAR CONTEST: CHECK OUT CUCK ANDCUCK'S WINNERS (OR
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