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Some Pu'uhale Elementary School students walk home on Pu'uhale Street, forcing them to pass the O'ahu Community Correctional Center and one of its gun towers and a fence topped with razor wire. Concerns about the prison's location rose anew with the escape of an inmate Wednesday. See story.

Bruce Asato • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Prison breakouts concern neighbors in Kalihi
In a neighborhood where children pass O'ahu Community Correctional Center's razor-wire fence as they walk to and from Pu'uhale Elementary School, little separates the prison from the auto body shops and aging apartments.
Escapee's girlfriend pleads for surrender
Map: Silva's escape route from OCCC

Former state Sen. Marshall Ige faces criminal charges
Former state Sen. Marshall Ige this morning is expected to plead not guilty in Honolulu District Court to charges of first-degree theft, attempting to evade taxes, and money laundering.

State wants to extend Lana'i Airport runway
The state is proposing to extend the Lana'i Airport runway to allow larger commercial aircraft to operate there, and landowner Castle & Cooke Inc. would pick up 12 percent of the $24.6 million cost.

2001 Hawai'i State Legislature
Lawmakers convene today 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.

Two wildlife refuges created in Pacific
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has established two new mid-Pacific National Wildlife Refuges, over the objection of the Honolulu family that claims ownership of one of them.

Retired detective agrees to repay state
Nowhere else to go, Kanaha beach families say
Retired judge urges more aid for families, kids
Regents to vote on creating Manoa chancellor

Daly, Faxon, Mize scorch Wai'alae, share Sony lead
John Daly, Brad Faxon and Larry Mize shot 6-under-par 64s to share the Sony Open lead in an opening round that launched low scores from sunup to sundown. Nearly half the field broke par.

UH sweeps Laval, plays UCLA for Outrigger title
Australian wins Pipeline Pro bodyboarding meet
Errors cost Vulcans in 10-inning loss to Arizona
Mililani, Pearl City in OIA softball final

Hand-made happiness
Welcome to a new kind of crafter. Regular folks have helped push national sales of craft and hobby products to more than $10 billion per year.

Roadshow brings cartoon art to town
Today in TGIF: 'Wonder Lounge' kicks up the pace

Banking firm's profits up 23.2%
CB Bancshares Inc., the parent company of City Bank, said its fourth-quarter profit from operations rose 23.2 percent for the quarter, reflecting more fee income and fewer expenses.

Hilton unveils first timeshare
Japan travel boom predicted

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