» Police Commissioner Paul Leong's term expired on Dec. 31. An item on Page A3 Monday
said it was to expire on Dec. 31, 2011. His replacement, newly sworn-in Police Commissioner Christine Camp Friedman, is to serve until 2011.
» "To Catch a Predator," the hidden-camera report into Internet sex predators, is on NBC-TV's "Dateline." An editorial on Page A10 Tuesday incorrectly said it was on the ABC network.
» There were 273,167 visitors from Canada who came to Hawaii in 2006, an increase of 9.9 percent from 2005. A story and a chart on Page A6 in yesterday's morning edition inadvertently used numbers from December rather than the entire year.
» In a Page A3 story in some editions yesterday about a Mauna Kea fatal crash, University of Hawaii-Hilo spokeswoman Alyson Kakugawa-Leong said Mauna Kea ranger records showed the vehicle involved was part of a group that involved a second vehicle. Her information actually came from a newspaper report, not ranger records.
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