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Yvonne Oasay. cousin of shooting victim Cherry Ann Domingo, and Romina Manongdo, weep after placing flowers and balloons at a makeshift memorial today in the Ala Moana Center parking lot. Domingo was killed there Saturday night. See story.

Deborah Booker • The Honolulu Advertiser

(Correction: A caption under a picture of a woman posted earlier today erroneously identified her as Cherry Ann Domingo.)

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Posted at 4:51 p.m., January 15, 2001
Man killed in Waipahu industrial accident
An electrician was crushed and killed at about 2 p.m. today while working at the Serta Mattress Co. factory on Leowaena Street in Waipahu. Fire Department crews responded to the 911 call but were unable to save the man. The city Medical Examiner has been called to the scene. A receptionist at Serta would not give details of the accident but would only say, “everyone is real shaken up over here.”

Slain man held victim at gunpoint
The man killed by police Saturday night in the Ala Moana Center parking lot was holding the mother of their young child at gunpoint before he opened fire on police.
Co-workers quiet on busy day at mall

Software feud dogs state
The Legislature has paid $1.7 million for computer software that wasn't up and running in time for the past two legislative sessions and won't be available for this week's start of the 2001 session either because state officials can't get it to work.

UH faculty steps closer to striking
Despite outstanding issues such as pay raises, outside employment, tenure and promotions at the University of Hawai'i, faculty union and state negotiators have not spoken since November, raising the specter of a possible strike.

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.

Best of the Weekend

Police officer shoots cyclist in Mililani
Just hours after Honolulu police officers gunned down a suspected killer at Ala Moana Center, a second man was shot and wounded by a police officer early yesterday in Mililani.

Big Isle nature preserve growing
Kingdom's overthrow remembered
Big Island takes step to counter drought
Akaka gains two new assignments

Furyk wins Mercedes by one shot
Jim Furyk's persistent excellence in paradise, and possibly his wisdom, was worth $630,000 yesterday as he won the Mercedes Championships by a shot over Rory Sabbatini.

Gabrielova lifts Hawai'i over UTEP
New Year's Grand Sumo Tournament: Musashimaru, Takanohana tied for lead
Isle File: Honoka'a 4-0 in basketball

To hear or not to hear: deafness as a gift
While he knows that means he'll never hear a chord strummed on an 'ukulele, or know the crescendo of the Halona Blowhole, 28-year-old Harvey Nathanson views deafness as a gift.

TV Review: Classic Elvis concert film re-edited as new release
State plans 'full search' for film office chief

Continental boosts Isle service
Continental Airlines plans to nearly double non-stop service from its hub to Hawai'i this summer, adding a second flight from Houston to soak up expected demand.

Telecom council raises local profile
60 Seconds on Business: What if it is broke?

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