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Robbery victim Michael Piatt watches a televised news account of the arrest of Steven Michael Hauge, who is charged in the robbery of Piatt. Hauge is also being questioned in connection with the robbery and murder of an elderly Canadian tourist.

Gregory Yamamoto • The Honolulu Advertiser

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Updated at 3:57 p.m., January 26, 2001
Suspect in tourist beating arraigned in separate case
Steven Michael Hauge who was arrested in connection with the robbery and beating of an 81-year-old Canadian tourist who later died was arraigned this morning on a charge of robbing a 25-year-old in Waikiki this week.
Mugged tourist dies; suspect may face murder charge

Cayetano proposes larger raises for some teachers than others
Gov. Ben Cayetano yesterday said he is willing to give generous raises to starting teachers and to teachers with expertise that are in short supply, but he won't agree to give the same raises to all teachers.

Harris offers restrained agenda
Mayor Jeremy Harris presented a modest agenda for the upcoming year in his seventh State of the City address, including a call for beautifying the urban area around the Hawai'i Convention Center.
Full text of Harris' State of the City address

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Escapee Silva caught in Makakilo
Police ran down prison escapee Kerbert Silva yesterday afternoon in Makakilo. He had been the subject of a manhunt since he escaped from O'ahu Community Correctional Center on Jan. 17.

UH-Manoa students rate campus life as below par
Governor tepid on casino bill's odds
New rules drafted for tow-in surfing
Local Asia experts could join Bush team

Rainbows win baseball opener in 11th
Cortland Wilson’s two-out single to left-center scored Tim Montgomery in the bottom of the 11th inning as Hawai
i beat Sacramento State, 8-7, in a collegiate baseball season opener for both last night.

Rice's early blitz too much for UH
Flu bug is no match for Hawai'i in sweep
St. Louis star commits to Washington
Kamehameha, Punahou play to tie

Honolulu's first high-rise turns 100
Finished in 1901, the Stangenwald Building's six stories could be seen from miles around. Only Kawaiaha'o Church (1854) and Aloha Tower (1921) would compete with it for decades to come.

South Pole doctor recounts battle to survive breast cancer
Puffy, Jennifer say they're still together

Maui Hyatt sold for $200 million
New York-based private investment bank The Blackstone Group has contracted to buy the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort for an estimated $200 million from KM Hawaii Inc., an affiliate of Japan-based transportation company Kokusai Jidosha.

Kodak complex changes hands
New chairman aims to revitalize Pacific Century

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