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Mayor Jeremy Harris addressed a crowd at Honolulu Hale today as he laid out his plans for the coming year.

Richard Ambo • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Posted at 5 p.m., January 25, 2001
Elderly tourist assaulted in hotel dies
The 81-year-old Canadian tourist who was bludgeoned and robbed early Tuesday morning inside a Waikiki hotel restroom died this afternoon, police said.
Previous story: Man held in attack on tourist at hotel

Posted at 5:55 p.m., January 25, 2001
OCCC escapee captured by police
Prison escapee Kerbert Silva was recaptured in a Makakilo neighborhood at 4:55 this afternoon.
Previous story: Fugitive sought after car crash

Posted at 10:45 a.m., January 25, 2001
Harris to pay worker raises, but doesn't rule out tax increase

Honolulu Mayor Jeremy Harris pledged the city will pay negotiated pay raises for public workers, but said such raises and other costs are straining the city's budget.
Full text of State of the City speech

City gets national soccer tourney
Honolulu will host the 2002 American Youth Soccer Organization's National Games, a weeklong event that could bring $10 million to the local economy. The games will be played at the city's new Waipi'o Soccer Park.

Isle hotel occupancy highest in decade
A survey of Hawai'i hotels says occupancy and room rates hit decade highs last year, but less spectacular results are predicted this year because of economic concerns.

Legislature may tackle abortion
The heads of the state House and Senate health committees say they will consider hearings this session on two bills aimed at restricting minors' access to abortions.

New Advertiser series
10 reasons for getting active outdoors
For many Island residents, quality of life can be measured in direct proportion to how much time we have to enjoy Hawai'i's unique outdoor life. Today we begin a series on our top 10 recreational pastimes.
No. 10: Volleyball provides vigorous workout

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

You can now get our news and weather information on your wireless phone.

White House allows new coral reef reserve
To federal officials' surprise, the Bush administration has allowed the new coral reef reserve in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands to be established.

Developer wants approval to build casino at Ko 'Olina
Drive-through debate resurfaces in Hale'iwa
Hawai'i Kai cemetery boundaries approved

Akebono adjusts to life out of ring
With the announcement of his retirement Sunday, sumo grand champion Akebono is exchanging the flowing robes he usually wore for suits and ties.

St. Louis tackle Maiava to play for Oregon
'La'ie Girl' looks and plays nothing like a freshman
Vikings win first softball championship in 23 years
UH takes different road for Rice game

'X-treme Science' looks at space, volcanoes and the ocean
The newest exhibit at the Castle Museum, "X-treme Science! Exploring Oceans, Volcanoes & Outer Space," is touted as the largest exhibit ever developed at the Bishop Museum.

Poll finds Americans deny the influence of good looks
Anthony Edwards To Exit 'ER' in 2002

Liberty House gets final OK to reorganize
A bankruptcy judge overruled objections made in court Tuesday by the IRS, which filed an estimated $35 million tax claim against Liberty House because it could be held liable for taxes of a tax-sharing group.

State jobless rate stays on low side
State's leading indicator declines

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