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A Raytheon-built Standard Missile-3, SM-3, is launched Thursday off Kaua'i from the cruiser USS Lake Erie. See story.

U.S. Navy photo

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

Bill adds rights for gay couples
House Judiciary Chairman Eric Hamakawa and Rep. Ed Case yesterday introduced a bill to allow "civil unions" granting gay and lesbian couples all the legal rights of married couples.

Slaying suspect has 45 convictions
The man suspected in the fatal beating of an 81-year-old Canadian tourist this week has a lengthy criminal history that includes drug use, according to state officials and his court files.
Son describes parents' special trip
Officials see killing of tourist as isolated event
Audio of statement by son Jonathan Chaplan
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Hawai'i Kai man prepares for a 'Super' party
If you're not seeing the Super Bowl in person, the next best place to be may be at Dan Long’s house in Hawai'i Kai. He'll have at least 12 TVs on, prizes and limo rides for the tipsy.

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Missile target launched off Kaua'i
Against a curtain of flame, a Navy Standard Missile-3 blasted off Thursday from the Aegis cruiser USS Lake Erie and chased down a target launched from Kaua'i.

Hawai'i laws help lift rating on traffic safety
Officials identify skeletal remains under freeway
Candle blamed for fire at Kinau apartment
Maui commits to coastal preservation

Wahine pick apart press, win 63-53
Rallying from a wretched opening half, the University of Hawai'i Wahine overcame Tulsa, 63-53, last night to improve to 4-2 in WAC play and 13-4 overall.

Rainbows erupt for four runs in 8th, win 5-1
Shutouts lift Kailua, 'Aiea in OIA soccer
Former UH football coach front-runner for UTEP job
Eight is enough for UH volleyball

Book Review: A kama'aina's life story
Helen Kapililani Sanborn Davis' Hawaiian name means "close to heaven," and reading this as-told-to biography you have a sense that she has, indeed, lived a blessed life.

Oprah scores a success with her magazine
Island Sounds: Brother Noland returns to his roots

IRS deal ends Liberty House bankruptcy case
The Internal Revenue Service yesterday agreed to cap a potential tax liability of Liberty House at $14 million, ending the kama'aina retailer’s three-year bankruptcy case.

Fuel costs hurt A&B quarterly earnings
United joins move to raise ticket-changing fee

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