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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 15, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Hawai'i banks cut lending rates following Fed action
 •  Haha'ione phones restored after repairs
 •  Judge reduces bail for Arakawa
 •  Power outages hit Mapunapuna, Hawai'i Kai
 •  Woman involved in police shootout case pleads guilty
 •  Live-fire training in Makua may resume as early as June
 •  Wahine softball team take top WAC honors
 •  Viloria wins first professional fight
 •  Kahala scene of police search for escapee

Local News
 •  Justices deal blow to medical marijuana
 •  Census 2000
Unmarried couples increase, census shows
 •  Indians fastest-growing group among U.S. Asians
 •  Other news
Pentagon study urges U.S. military to shift its Asia focus
 •  Waimea Falls Park intrigues OHA
 •  Mansho may face criminal investigation
 •  History buff finally sees Pearl Harbor thanks to TV show
 •  Big tent at Ward to feature 156,000 square feet of fun
 •  Nanakuli High student, parents sue DOE over pornographic images
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Police
Police cleared in Ma'ili fatality
 •  Arakawa pleads not guilty, seeks $50,000 bail reduction
 •  Police seek assailant in King Street stabbing
 •  Wife of man killed in H-2 shootout pleads guilty to two felonies
 •  Commuting
'Traffic-calming' meetings scheduled around O'ahu
 •  Roadwork
 •  O'ahu alternatives to the usual drive
 •  Hawai'i Kai
Phone service expected to be restored today
 •  Hawai'i Kai school getting wired in style
 •  Power goes out in parts of Hawai'i Kai
 •  Neighbor Islands
Nurses on Moloka'i digging in for strike
 •  Maui council gives initial OK to budget
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
Aloha spirit begins with each of us

 •  Kailua tops Moanalua for OIA baseball title
 •  HHSAA picks seeds for state baseball, basketball tournaments
 •  Hangai, Ilagan win OIA tennis championships
 •  Iolani claims ILH's second state basketball berth
 •  Hilo boys, HPA girls win BIIF track titles
 •  Kahuku, Wai'anae open against Mainland football powers
 •  Standings
 •  BYUH women's tennis streak ends at 103
 •  Viloria makes pro boxing debut today
 •  6-foot-3 setter joins Warrior volleyball team
 •  Four SEC teams will play host in baseball regionals
 •  May Grand Sumo Tournament
Musashimaru wins, evens record at 1-1
 •  Isle File
Perfect ride lifts Dorian in Tahiti surf
 •  Playoffs reveal Air apparents

Island Life
 •  Island Style
Closetology: Understanding the psychology of the clothes in your closet
 •  Symphony Review
Feltsman, symphony shine on Prokofiev
 •  Tip-off
AT&T's 'Wildest Show in Town' adds 'ukulele giveaways to series
 •  The Left Lane
The name game
 •  Bon dance listings being compiled
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday

 •  Home Depot latest suitor for Keeaumoku 'superblock'
 •  London firm buys Digital Island for $340 million
 •  Armstrong Builders plans Ko Olina residential project
 •  Hawaiian, Aloha airlines hope lower airfares spur demand
 •  Membership swells in wealthiest-people club
 •  Fed expected to trim interest rates again
 •  Production, inventories fall
 •  Tourism Talk
Hawai'i needs to keep whales safe to ensure return visits
 •  Today in Click!
Computer prices fall

 •  Editorial
High court ruling on medical 'pot' not final
 •  Editorial
Hawai'i has to sell its bandwidth niche
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
What a wonderful strike it was

 •  Hawai'i Tech
Computer prices fall
 •  Byte Marks
Blogging can be worthwhile experience
 •  Didgets
HPU graduation to be worldwide event
 •  Wired In
Nintendo gets ready to reveal whole new Game Boy June 11