» The state recently added two left-turn lanes from Kapaa Quarry Road to the Kailua-bound lanes of Kalanianaole Highway. A "Newswatch" item on Page A3 in yesterday's early edition incorrectly said the left-turn lanes were from Oneawa Street.
» Noutthaya Saopeng turned herself in to police Wednesday in a misdemeanor assault and terroristic threatening case, according to her attorney, Eric Seitz. A police brief on Page A4 in yesterday's early edition incorrectly stated that she was found by undercover officers.
» Ivan Lui-Kwan is a member of Hoomaikai LLC, which has ownership of Na Mea Hawaii, along with Maile Meyer as the managing member. An information box with a story that ran Aug. 4 on Page A1 of the morning edition and on Page C1 of the afternoon edition incorrectly listed Lui-Kwan as a member of Native Books Inc. Native Books is a separate business owned by Meyer and Kealoha Manaku.
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