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» Michael Robles and Kilani Derego, the suspects facing murder charges in the death of cab driver Charlys Ty Tang, were both residents of Hale Kipa, not Kahi Mohala as reported on Page B2 on Wednesday.
» Students Liam Declive, Abigail Mossman and Kahiau Pilialoha-Hong were shown in the Monday, Page B1 photo of a Hakipuu Learning Center classroom. The names of different students were listed in the caption.
» At the Ke Kula o Nawahiokalaniopuu Iki charter school, 65 percent of students are economically disadvantaged, not 39 percent as published in a chart on Page A16 on Sunday.
» Ryan Shanley was the first-place finisher’s name in the boys shortboard division (12-14) in the T&C Surf/Surfer Magazine Grom Contest over the weekend. His last name was misspelled on Page C6 on Tuesday.
» Island Water Sports Hawaii offers rides in Maunalua Bay aboard submersible scooters to guests who are at least 4 feet tall, but less than 6 feet 8 inches. Information accompanying the The Hawaii Backyard column on Page H3 on Sunday gave incorrect heights.