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Seeing life from a different angle seemed to appeal to these risk-takers on the Inverter ride yesterday at the annual Punahou Carnival. The two-day carnival, the state's largest, will continue today. Not all was fun and games, as police last night arrested a male in connection with the stabbing of a 15-year-old boy at the carnival. See story.

Cory Lum • The Honolulu Advertiser

Miss America 2001
Hali'a Hawai'i
E-The People
The State of the Hawaiian
Legislature 2001

Winter drought parches Islands
The Islands have slipped back into the grip of a drought that is yellowing pastures and turning forests and brush lands crackly dry.

UH asks to take over Aloha Stadium
Gov. Ben Cayetano is ready for the University of Hawai'i to take over Aloha Stadium and make it a more profitable enterprise.

Victim's relatives console his killer
After receiving a 20-year prison term for stabbing her husband to death, Cheryl Mosier yesterday received supportive hugs, not scorn, from several relatives of the victim.

Business Outlook 2001
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Teen stabbed at Punahou Carnival; 1 arrested
A 15-year-old boy was stabbed last night during a fight at the Punahou Carnival. His condition was unavailable late last night. Police arrested one male.

Cayetano accuses teachers of holding new textbooks 'hostage'
Hawaiians send message at Maui airport protest
Gabbard critics told to limit testimony
Signal grows louder: Haleakala antennas must move

Kamehameha, Baldwin in state softball final
Baldwin beat two-time defending champion
Iolani, 1-0 in eight innings, while Kamehameha edged Mililani, 2-1, to reach tonight's championship game.

No. 5 Gauchos hammer Warriors in rematch
UCLA pounds UH with nine-run first
Wahine hang on to beat Fresno State, 65-60
Pair of El Camino defenders commits to UH

Book Review: Childhood adventure in the company of critters
The true story of two Australian wallabies that once escaped from a private zoo and colonized a remote valley on one of the Hawaiian Islands.

Surfing Girl magazine targeted at a teen audience
Snoop Dog shows the genius that is hip hop

Maui Ritz-Carlton sold for $144 million
Marriott International Inc. has sold the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua on Maui to an affiliated company for $144 million, less than four months after buying the hotel for the same price.

U.S. unemployment rate hits 4.2 percent
ATA ends ticketing rules for low fares

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