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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 17, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Moloka'i nurses ready for extended strike
 •  Dow closes above 11,000
 •  Suspect in crime spree captured
 •  Pop Warner thief gets 5 years probation

Local News
 •  State Hospital escapee's capture reignites detention debate
 •  Kane'ohe CEO leaving post to teach
 •  Police capture suspect in Ala Moana drive-by shooting
 •  Education
Student, board take on bathroom bullies
 •  Two Hawai'i high school seniors named top scholars
 •  Historic Kipapa school building to be torn down
 •  Hakipu'u charter school to open
 •  Hilo High sixth in U.S. in academic contest
 •  Our Schools
Holomua Elementary students put family at forefront
 •  On Campus
UH scientist goes forth with acclaim
 •  Education briefs
 •  Other news
OHA plan for Waimea Falls Park was not expected
 •  Army's Makua report incomplete, says lawyer
 •  Fund drive begins for larger USS Arizona museum
 •  Debate over Luana Hills purchase stalls city budget
 •  Movie producer William 'Steve' Parker dead at 79
 •  Native Hawaiians bill moves to House floor
 •  Police Beat
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Maui probe still dogging Lingle
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Mike Leidemann
Oh, to see ourselves as others do

 •  High schools
Kalaheo wins OIA girls basketball title
 •  Track and field girls top 10 marks
 •  UH baseball
Coaches, seniors will say aloha Saturday
 •  Furutani grateful to Coach Les
 •  Murakami made successful pitch for Tatsuno
 •  Other UH sports
UH delays start of women's paddling program
 •  Wahine softball team hanging loose in Arizona
 •  Gonzales, Duran on All-West Region team
 •  Golf Report
Jennie K. list is Hawai'i female golfers honor roll
 •  HCC begins drive for new members
 •  May Grand Sumo Tournament
Musashimaru wins, improves to 3-2
 •  Isle File
BYU's Obrey, Jackson all-league in baseball
 •  Ferd Lewis
Viloria fighting for a future

Island Life
 •  Novel explores what could have happened after Pearl Harbor
 •  Pidgin New Testament may raise brows
 •  New drama grabs coveted time slot in CBS fall lineup
 •  The Left Lane
Honolulu healthiest?
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Health Calendar
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Kamehameha Schools' 2000 revenues near $1 billion
 •  Sia reindicted, charged with bank fraud
 •  Hawaiian Waikiki Beach Hotel gets Hawai'i Ventures' sole bid
 •  Hawaiian Village opens $95 million Kalia Tower
 •  Maui group to solicit California investors
 •  Ticket Plus gets military project
 •  Analysts cautious despite Dow's big gain
 •  Low mortgage rates spur refinancing boom
 •  Microsoft's Xbox ready to enter video game wars
 •  Big Board takes painful bite out of Nasdaq
 •  Lucky gamblers help break the bank at Vegas casino
 •  Leisure travel on American Airlines lagging

 •  Editorial
Booster seat bill should become law
 •  Editorial
OHA, city should cooperate at Waimea
 •  Editorial
The Census: Aloha to Ozzie and Harriet
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
State must commit to renewable energy