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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 8, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Gunman shoots at Ala Moana nightclub, flees
 •  Salt Lake man's death investigated as murder
 •  Honolulu calm, confident for ADB
 •  UH gets $2 million grant for geriatric training
 •  Arakawa released to raise bail in teen death
 •  Police briefs
 •  Cruise firm losses grow
 •  Business briefs
 •  Stock performance mixed as investors await earnings data

Local News
 •  Bank summit to open amid high security
 •  Hawaiian culture given prominent exposure
 •  Experts anticipate worldwide water crisis
 •  Ex-officer Arakawa likely to contest $100,000 bail
 •  State to pay family $250,000 over Halawa inmate's death
 •  Greenpeace activists arrested for protest on Kwajalein Atoll
 •  Mink urges EIS before Army training at Makua resumes
 •  Kids Day
PACT helped troubled mother kick drugs, regain children
 •  What is Parents and Children Together?
 •  Navy mulls moving Ehime Maru to waters off airport
 •  Windward students benefit from NASA grant
 •  Attorney seeks more stringent driving tests for elderly
 •  Former Big Island judge Richard Miyamoto dead at 76
 •  Services tomorrow for "Waterfront Man' Fred Robins
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Commuting
Kaukonahua Road to get safety features
 •  Roadwork
 •  O'ahu alternatives to the usual drive
 •  Moloka'i-to-Maui ferry ridership off to slow start
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
Classmates offer some wise words

 •  Viloria draws seasoned foe for debut
 •  Oregon's top basketball player signs with Wahine
 •  Murakami will be honored May 19 at Rainbow Stadium
 •  UH's Porter named WAC softball Player of Week
 •  Kapalua staffer wins on home golf course
 •  High schools
Kaiser beats Farrington, 14-5, in OIA baseball game
 •  ILH girls water polo reaches high-water mark
 •  Roosevelt boys take track title
 •  Commentary: Rain can't wash away joy of competition
 •  Coming up
 •  Isle File
Kaua'i surfer qualifies for event in Tahiti
 •  Ferd Lewis
Ailing men's volleyball seeks booster shot from UH

Island Life
 •  Island Style
Treasures of Ni'ihau on a string
 •  Book review
Book on state's medicinal plants was last gift from Beatrice Krauss
 •  Tip-off
'Night Marchers' a big hit with locals
 •  The Left Lane
Hilo Hattie takes the silk road
 •  'The Producers' receives record 15 Tony Award nominations
 •  2001 Tony award nominees
 •  Fashion Calendar
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Hotels avert worker strike as ADB events begin
 •  BancWest accepts acquisition offer by French bank
 •  State tech growth measured in government report
 •  Tourism Talk
Is the ADB worth its hype? and other unknowable questions
 •  Oil
Barnwell earnings show decline of 52 percent
 •  Mergers fuel big-energy growth
 •  Computers
7,000 U.S. tech jobs may be cut
 •  Apple announces opening of first retail store, in Virginia
 •  Internet
Home Internet access slips 0.3 percent
 •  Napster announces new song-identifying technology
 •  Software firms being gobbled by Internet giants
 •  Other news
Hawaiian Air shows small profit
 •  U.S. credit card debt remains in double digits
 •  Marriott changes focus to development
 •  Business briefs

 •  Editorial
Real progress for hotel workers, union
 •  Editorial
Where the budget is coming up short
 •  Editorial
Kids Day: Helping programs for families
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Second Opinion
Anti-globalism: a little shrill
 •  Commentary
Private sector brings hope

 •  Didgets
Web site lists Hawai'i entertainers
 •  Byte Marks
Even cyber characters are categorized
 •  Wired In
Searchers crowd Ellis Island database