» Rod Haraga is director of the state Department of Transportation. In a story on page A1 in yesterday's morning edition
, he was incorrectly identified as Bob Haraga.
» The first earthquake off the Big Island Sunday was 6.7 magnitude. A graphic on page A2 in yesterday's morning edition incorrectly stated that it was 6.8 magnitude.
» On Sunday, the Queen's Medical Center turned away visitors to see patients who were not in critical care. A story on page A9 Monday incorrectly said the hospital turned away non-emergency patients.
» A letter that appeared on page A11 Monday contained a typo in the URL for Bumpy Kanahele's Web site. The correct URL is www.votebumpykanahele.com
A story on page A17 Sunday
reported that Republican U.S. House candidate Richard Noah Hough is against the war in Iraq.
Hough said he does not oppose the war in Iraq, but that he was opposed to going to war on the premise of finding weapons of mass destruction. Hough said he believed that the premise was faulty because if the weapons were not found, or were found in small quantities, enemies would use it as a reason to continue and develop an insurgency.
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