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Observers believe Gov. Ben Cayetano will be remembered for building schools and lowering income taxes. His friends say he would have done things differently, however, with the luxury of more money and a healthy economy.

Richard Ambo • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Hali'a Hawai'i
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The State of the Hawaiian
Legislature 2001

State to spend more on highways
The state transportation department is proposing to spend $100 million over the next two years on maintaining state highways, the highest amount in recent years. A gas tax increase will not be necessary to cover the increased costs.

Governor ponders legacy
Gov. Ben Cayetano fought his way to the top of Hawai'i's political heap, only to find a recession and budget crisis waiting for him. His seventh State of the State address today may be his best chance to craft an agenda more to his liking.
Live webcast in partnership with Fox 2 News and NetEnterprise present a live webcast today of Gov. Ben Cayetano's State of the State address. Coverage of the governor's speech begins at 10 a.m.

Windows Media Player is required to view the webcast.

Research money pouring in to UH
In 1995, UH-Manoa attracted some $76 million in federal research money and outside contracts. By 2000 that figure had reached $103 million.

Super Bowl online
Beginning today, see's multimedia coverage of Super Bowl XXXV, with photos, audio, video, matchups, Super Bowl Memories, quiz & trivia, ad Meter and scoreboard.

Best of the Weekend

Tearful Akebono retires from sumo
Saying he wanted to go out on top in a history-making sumo career, grand champion Chad Rowan announced his retirement yesterday.

Kahuku High capitalizing on victory
Orchestra ratifies no-raise contract
High surf pays off at North Shore
Island's Vietnamese celebrate lunar new year in Kapi'olani Park

Faxon wins Sony Open, fits in just fine
Brad Faxon, leaving records and a few of the best golfers in the world in his wake, won the Sony Open in Hawai'i yesterday by a remarkably easy four strokes.

Wahine fumble away final seconds
Nelson captures Senior opener
Trocchio, Burr have Magic touch
Ferd Lewis: Driving's no longer a handicap

Musician listens to his 'Heart' and finds harmony
A year ago Uluwehi Guerrero was known primarily as a kumu hula and backup singer for his friend Keali'i Reichel. He put it all on hold to produce his second CD, "In My Heart."

Program warns teens of dating abuse
Symphony shifts concerts to Saturdays

Liberty House lawyers face-off
Dozens of lawyers in Liberty House's bankruptcy case are set to square off this morning in what could be the final chapter in the saga of the kama'aina retailer's nearly 3-year-old struggle.

Waikiki preparing for major cleanup
Isles vying to be host to gymnastics event

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