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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 4, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  U.S. spy plane inspectors Hawai'i-bound
 •  Man found shot at Pearl Harbor naval complex
 •  Police briefs
 •  Hotels, union return to talks under threat of strike
 •  Longs store sales rise 6.6%
 •  Stocks rise amid hopes of rate cut
 •  Asian leaders urged to regulate, reduce pollution

Local News
 •  Hotels make strike plans
 •  2001 legislative session stunned public workers
 •  Lawmakers hail completed session's work
 •  2001 Legislature grappled with difficult state issues
 •  Highlights from the session
 •  Hawaiians seek spotlight, share Third World concerns
 •  Best not to drive near Waikiki during Wednesday's parade
 •  Vietnam war volunteer's legacy lives on
 •  Central Union Church to expand facilities
 •  State says old dock at Poka'i Bay dangerous, will be removed
 •  Home builders busy in Hawai'i Kai
 •  Judge won't dismiss charges against Mirikitani
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Education
Kapolei sees money for its library vanish
 •  Noelani Elementary's Fujie is principal of the year
 •  Police / Courts
Judge says guilty plea in murder to stand
 •  No drugs, weapons reported in search at Arizona prison
 •  Police Beat
 •  Legal bills growing in police dispute
 •  Neighbor Islands
Autopsy shows baby in trash was asphyxiated
 •  Bidders snap up equipment from Amfac plantations
 •  Land Board approves new judiciary complex
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
You can't market aloha spirit

 •  Punahou wins ILH
 •  Kalaheo's 4th-quarter surge sinks Farrington
 •  UH Sports
UH softball team enjoys late-season run
 •  UH continues revival at Texas Invitational
 •  Wahine water polo team will take smaller squad into season-ending tournament
 •  Recreation
Akoni Kama and others are taking the board Off-road
 •  Stairway to Heaven due for earthly aid
 •  The Racing Report
 •  Other sports
UCLA, BYU will play for NCAA volleyball championship
 •  Murrell signs with Panthers
 •  Isle File
Two Hawai'i boxers in Golden Gloves semis

Island Life
 •  House & Garden revisits the 20th-century home
 •  Japanese women's group presents fashion in 3 acts
 •  Picture mostly unchanged for minorities, women on TV
 •  The Left Lane
Keeping paper boats afloat
 •  Expert says media can be good for children
 •  Around Town
Summer concert series at aquarium
 •  Show Biz
Cazimeros schedule Christmas concert
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Hotels make strike plans
 •  HMSA likely to raise rates
 •  Economy 'not out of the woods'
 •  SEC.gov launches investor survey
 •  Telecom giant taking Asia by storm

 •  Editorial
UH cloner deserving of prestigious honor
 •  Editorial
Good decision, bad timing on black berets
 •  Editorial
Say another prayer for the Philippines
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Global warming is coming our way

 •  Blue Room: tranquility in a sea of sound
 •  Jamarama group showcases young talent
 •  Forsaking TV seemed a remote possibility
 •  What's Up: A four-week guide
 •  Radio dial
 •  Critic's Choice
 •  Family Ties
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Stage Scene
Don't cry for 'Annie' . . . 'Evita' is here
 •  Island Excursions
Kumu hula weighs Merrie Monarch return

 •  Art Scene
A night of Island poetry rooted in 'Cementus'
 •  Music Scene
 •  It's party time for Tiny and friends
 •  Soprano takes on Lili'uokalani tunes, too
 •  Punahou singers win Brown Bags top prize
 •  Top Hawai'i CDs

 •  Dining Scene
'La Cucaracha' brings Mexican flavor to Waikiki
 •  C&G Lunches serves ono-licious food fast

 •  Movie Scene
At the Movies: `The Mummy Returns'
 •  Work keeps 'Mummy' star busy
 •  Top 10 Hawai'i video rentals
 •  Specialty Theaters