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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 14, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Unanimous court strikes down medical use for marijuana
 •  British Internet company buying Digital Island
 •  Ex-officer pleads innocent in fatality
 •  Stabbing suspect sought by police
 •  Wall Street quiet anticipating possible Fed rate cut
 •  Resort will add 120 homes

Local News
 •  Driver fatigue higher in Hawai'i than rest of U.S.
 •  Are you a fatigued driver? Learn to recognize the signs
 •  UH
1,100 UH-Manoa students weather strike, get degrees
 •  Outgoing UH president to become senior scholar
 •  Other news
Council fattens city budget
 •  New Academy of Arts galleries a hit
 •  Phone trouble stalls house hunt
 •  North Shore group fights gated community
 •  New federal detention center to accept first prisoners by July 31
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Some still seething over Moloka'i redevelopment
 •  Maui veterans get memorial
 •  Maui County's War Dead
 •  No talks scheduled in Moloka'i nurse strike
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Jan TenBruggencate
Web site explores Palmyra

 •  Baseball 'Bows edge Hilo, 5-3
 •  Wahine softball reaches regionals
 •  High schools
Preps navigating logistical nightmare
 •  Kamehameha plays 'Iolani for state girls basketball berth
 •  Other sports
Wilson wins Japan PGA Championship
 •  HPU men's tennis team loses in national final, 5-0
 •  Asashoryu takes down Musashimaru
 •  Isle File
Kaua'i's Ballard second in Tahiti surf

Island Life
 •  The truth according to Paul Theroux
 •  Kamehameha Day's theme honors resource of native people
 •  'Lord of the Rings' resizes actors with special effects
 •  The Left Lane
Gilliom CD out June 5
 •  Tip-Off
'Once Upon a Star' party and benefit concert Sunday
 •  Tip-Off
Kai to perform June 9 at Blaisdell Concert Hall
 •  Tryouts
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Global village leaves many out
 •  ADB payoff requires research, patience
 •  Firm plans for bigger ships in Kaua'i's Nawiliwili Harbor
 •  Washington plant is flush with cash
 •  60 Seconds on Business
Not too late for businesses to start using the Internet
 •  At Work
More workers urged to use online travel booking systems
 •  Trade Winds
 •  Coming Events

 •  Editorial
Cruise ship dumping: Take note of Alaska
 •  Editorial
Bush's mixed message on war against drugs
 •  Letters to the Editor

Military Briefing
 •  Hawai'i shows its appreciation of military
 •  Top cadets
 •  Briefs
 •  Military Update
Bases are falling apart, enlisted service chiefs say