» Kalai Kahalekai scored 25 points and his brother, Kalani, added seven in Nanakuli's 71-52 win over Aiea Tuesday night. A story on Page B3 Wednesday
said incorrectly that Kalani had scored 25.
» U.S. Rep. Ed Case said surveys were done by organizations not affiliated with his campaign before he decided to run for the U.S. Senate. A story on Page A1 Sunday said incorrectly that Case had conducted the surveys.
» A package containing drugs and delivered to a Makaha laundry business was picked up by a man named Christopher Young, according to a criminal complaint that was the basis of a Page A4 article Tuesday
. The owners of the Makaha Wash Spot have since clarified that Young is not an employee of, or affiliated with, their business. They said he lives in the back of the Makaha Marketplace, where the business is located, and that they agreed to his request to have his mail sent to their shop. The owners say they have been assured by federal agents that they are not under investigation.
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