» 1st Lt. Ehren Watada's term of service in the military ended last December, but the legal proceedings have prevented his discharge. A "Newswatch" item on Page A3 in yesterday's morning edition incorrectly said his term ends next month. The Web edition has been corrected.
» The Safeway Kapahulu store is the largest in Hawaii. Articles on Pages A1 and A11 in yesterday's morning edition incorrectly said the store was the largest in the country. The Web edition has been corrected.
» Proposals that would lift the ban on bed-and-breakfast establishments on Oahu but place more requirements on their operators are being considered for approval by the Planning Commission before they move to the City Council. A Nov. 1 editorial said the proposals were before the City Council. The editorial also said the city collected fines totaling nearly $500,000 during the first six months of 2006; it should have said the city levied fines of that amount. The Web edition has been corrected.
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