» The volunteer who saw Berani, a 245-pound tiger, enter a holding area behind the old tiger exhibit Thursday morning notified a zoo staffer who broadcast a "code red" alert via radios. A Page A5 article Saturday incorrectly reported that the volunteer broadcast the alert. The online edition has been corrected
» Jan I'i's first name was misspelled in a Page A5 story Sunday about a state proposal to expand preschool programs. Also, the plan would initially target 3-year-olds and at-risk children, not just 4-year-olds, as was reported. The estimated $10.5 million cost cited for the program's first year and $170.4 million in 10 years was based on a plan for 4-year-olds only. It is unclear how much it would cost to cover the additional children. The online edition has been corrected.
» The artwork on Page E6 Sunday labeled "Shooting Stars" was a photo illustration but should have credited the New York Times for the photo. The online edition has been corrected.
» U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka voted "N" (no) on Senate Bill 2248, a bill that passed 68-29 "to extend the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act for six years and grant retroactive immunity to certain telecom companies." A graphic yesterday on Page A4 listed his vote as "Y" (yes). This story did not appear online.
» Rona Kekauoha is the current scholarship officer for the Hawaii Community Foundation. The "Family Tree" story on Page F3 Sunday mentioned the previous officer, Judy Oliveira, who helped the story's subject, John Laimana, with his scholarship. For more information about scholarships, call 566-5570 or toll-free from the neighbor islands, (888) 731-3863. The online edition has been corrected
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