» One melon-headed whale died when about 150 of them swam into shallow Hanalei Bay on July 3, 2004, during Navy Rim of the Pacific War Games. A headline on Page A6 Tuesday incorrectly said 150 whales died.
» A front-seat passenger who died early Wednesday when the sport utility vehicle he was in crashed into a tree in Waipahu was 34 years old. A "Police/Fire" brief on Page A4 in Wednesday's afternoon edition incorrectly said he was 25.
» Honolulu attorney Carroll S. Taylor is trustee of the Mary N. Lucas Trust, which owns part of the land where the Ka Loko Reservoir sits on Kauai. A Page A1 article last Friday incorrectly said he was the trust's attorney.
» Joel Norva apparently shot Yolanda Crawford before killing himself in Waipahu on Monday. An article on Page A1 Monday gave incorrect names.
» Marty Burke, co-chairman of the Central Oahu Regional Park Advisory Committee, referred to a dispute between the city and the Hawaii Pacific Tennis Foundation as a "dialogue of the deaf." A Page A1 article June 24 incorrectly quoted Burke as saying "dialogue of the death."
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