What's inside your Star-Bulletin this weekend:
Tops in 2005
We review Top 10 stories of 2005, from news, to features, to business to sports.
TODAY: The beat goes on
A family of taiko drummers keeps the beat alive, along with the Japanese traditions of their art.
BUSINESS: History of the HCDA
The Hawaii Community Development Authority is on the verge of a deal with A&B Properties to build an "urban village" on one of Honolulu's last undeveloped waterfront tracts. But it faces one last obstacle: a move to stop the project in the state Legislature, the very body that created the HCDA in 1976.
TRAVEL: Memoirs of a Kyoto visitor
Kyoto is always popular -- and even more so now due to "Memoirs of a Geisha," the new film set there.
Police, Fire, Courts
By Star-Bulletin staff
Police look for suspect in park shooting
Police are looking for a male suspect in the shooting of a 30-year-old homeless woman at a Nanakuli beach park yesterday afternoon.
Police said a man allegedly shot the woman after a dispute over power tools.
The shooting occurred about 4:30 p.m. at Tracks Beach Park at 92-371 Farrington Highway on the Waianae side of the Kahe Power Plant.
Witnesses told police they heard a popping sound like that of firecrackers and saw the woman bent over, police said.
Police said a black pickup truck was seen leaving the area.
The woman complained of pain to her upper left shoulder and told bystanders to call 911, police said.
The woman still had a bullet lodged in her shoulder, police said.
Police said the woman was shot with a .22-caliber bullet and that she was taken to the Queen's Medical Center in guarded condition.
The woman provided police with the name of a possible suspect.
Suspect allegedly harasses bus driver
Police arrested a 43-year-old man who allegedly threatened a city bus driver Wednesday night.
The driver, a 37-year-old man, said the man boarded his bus near Bethel and Hotel streets about 6:20 p.m. and began harassing other passengers and the driver. The driver notified police, but the man had already gotten off the bus before officers arrived.
The bus driver saw the man again in the same area several hours later and notified police. The man was arrested for investigation of interfering with a transit operator.
Police arrest man in knife, theft case
A man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly shoplifting at grocery store while allegedly carrying a dagger.
Police said the suspect, 31, was arrested for allegedly stealing items from the Honolulu store at about 6:10 p.m. During the arrest a store security officer noticed a dagger in the man's belt.
Under state law, carrying the dagger -- a prohibited weapon -- is a misdemeanor offense, unless it is carried during the course of a crime, which makes it a felony offense.
The suspect was arrested for investigation of theft and carrying prohibited deadly weapons.
Missing Frenchman is found OK in hotel
Big Island police found a man from France who had been reported missing last week at a hotel on Banyan Drive in Hilo.
Alain Pierre De Toffoli appeared to be in good condition Wednesday at 9 a.m. after returning from a hiking trip. Toffoli was last seen on Banyan Drive last Friday.