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Police officers and paramedics try to aid a victim of a shooting in the parking lot of Ala Moana Center last night. A witness said a couple was arguing in the vehicle to the left before the shooting. See story.

Cory Lum • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Planning your weekend? Check out TGIF online for movie showtimes and reviews and weekend happenings.

Furyk takes Mercedes golf tournament
Jim Furyk came from behind to capture the $3.5 million Mercedes Championships at Kapalua, Maui, this afternoon. He edged out Rory Sabbatini for the win. Tiger Woods earlier fell out of contention. More details to come.

Posted at 10:15 a.m., January 14, 2001
Gunman, woman killed in Ala Moana shopping center shooting identified
A gunman apparently killed by police in an Ala Moana Center shootout last night and his female victim were identified this morning as Michell Udani, 26, of Mililani, and Cherry Ann Domingo, 25, from Waipahu. Police believe Udani shot and killed Domingo as she sat in a Mercedes SUV parked ocean side of Liberty House. Officers arriving on the scene then shot Udani. The two were pronounced dead at The Queen’s Medical Center last night.
Previous story: Two killed in shooting at Ala Moana

Posted at 4:30 p.m.,Sunday, January 14, 2001
Police officer shoots man in Mililani
A Honolulu Police officer shot and wounded a 34-year-old man in Mililani Mauka early this morning after the officer believed the man was reaching for a weapon.

End of food tax favored
As the legislative session opens, a majority of lawmakers in the House and Senate favor eliminating the 4 percent excise tax on food and rent, a step that would save Hawai'i taxpayers about $150 million a year.

Spit and polish gone from Kalaeloa
The cigarette butts, beer cans and soiled diapers that spill out of the trash cans every day stand as an ugly testament to the way life has changed at the old Barbers Point Naval Air Station.

2001 Hawai'i State Legislature
Lawmakers convene Wednesday for what could be one of the most contentious sessions in recent years. Check out where legislators stand on the key issues, then make your voice heard. Contact lawmakers, join a discussion on what you want lawmakers to accomplish this year or start a petition on issues that matter to you.

Advertiser Special: The Sony Open
See a special section on the Sony Open in Hawai'i 2001, complete with hole-by-hole descriptions, information on parking and bus service, as well as stories on defending champion Paul Azinger and the comeback of Scott Simpson.

After the honeymoon is over
Positive influences on the young matter

Lawsuit galvanizes homestead tenants
Traditionally reticent to get involved with politics, many Hawaiian homesteaders say they're waking up from their slumber to resist a legal challenge from Honolulu resident Patrick Barrett and former Hawai'i Republican Party Chairman John Carroll.

Tiger Woods brings Midas touch to Maui
Big Island oyster farm proposed near runway
Waialua team gets its robot ready
Updraft carries stream of bees to Pali Lookout

Hawai'i wins first WAC game, 68-65
The Hawai'i men's basketball celebrated the unexpected return of senior center Troy Ostler with an unexpected 68-65 victory over Tulsa last night at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Sabbatini takes lead in Mercedes with 65
UH gets All-State lineman from Kailua
New Year's Grand Sumo Tournament: Musashimaru, Takanohana remain undefeated
College Basketball: Wahine open first WAC road trip of season at El Paso today

Sharks as 'aumakua
In Western culture, the shark epitomizes the rapacious predator, which, when it kills, must be killed. But the relationship between traditional Hawaiians and sharks was, and is, far more complex.

Art Review: Art puts new perspective on 'jet set'
After the honeymoon is over

Hawai'i real estate trade globalizes
An Internet-based listing service called LoopNet has attracted a critical mass of use that is turning the site into a de facto multiple listing service for Hawai'i commercial properties.

AOL Time Warner to 'hit ground running'
Probability of recession disputed among experts

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