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» The King Kamehameha Celebration parade starts at 9 a.m. today at Fort DeRussy and continues west on Ala Moana Boulevard, turning right on Punchbowl Street and then onto King Street. An item on Page 3 of yesterday’s TGIF section incorrectly reported that the parade route included Kalakaua Avenue. The online edition has been corrected.
» Hale Malia o Kane on Analipo Street in Waianae is a "clean and sober" halfway house. It is not a treatment facility, as was reported in a photo caption on Page A11 Thursday.
» A Mililani man was arrested after allegedly using a gun to threaten a group of men in Pearl City last week. A headline on the Page B2 "Police & Fire" brief Thursday said the threat was made in Mililani. The online edition has been corrected.
» A Hawaii Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association committee approved a proposal on banning composite bats by a 29-0 vote on Thursday. An erroneous report based on a source at the group’s conference noted on Page C7 yesterday that the proposal had been defeated. The online edition has been corrected.