» Marc Hughes took the photo of the Grammonus fish on Page A3 in the morning edition yesterday. His first name was misspelled in the photo credit.
» Sgt. Joe Takata of the famed 100th Battalion was killed in action in Italy on Sept. 29, 1943. A story on Page A3 in yesterday's morning edition incorrectly said he died in 1963.
» Victim Witness Kokua Services in the city prosecutor's office failed to notify the widow of a murder victim that her husband's killer had been paroled from prison. A headline on Page A19 Sunday incorrectly said the court system failed.
» A Cessna 172 that lost power and crash-landed Thursday on Lanai was manufactured in 1979 and was issued an airworthiness certificate that same year. A "Newswatch" brief on Page A3 Friday incorrectly said the plane was issued its certificate in 1969.
» First Horizon Home Loan's Honolulu branch will continue taking deposits until Dec. 31. An article on Page C1 Friday erroneously said it would stop yesterday. Also, the Honolulu branch manager is Stan Ishii, not Sam Ishii.
» The correct former name of a Navy-related research facility at the University of Hawaii was University Affiliated Research Center. A Page A6 story Friday on the facility, now called Applied Research Laboratory, incorrectly gave the former name as University Associated Research Center.
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