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» The land atop Haleakala that is home to the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope is controlled by the University of Hawaii by executive order of then-Gov. William Quinn. A Page A1 story Monday reported that the land was subleased from the state Board of Land and Natural Resources.
» A 2-month-old girl was taken in stable condition to a trauma center following a head-on motor vehicle collision on Waianae Valley Road on Sunday. The child’s age was misstated as 2 years in a Page B2 story Monday.
» A map of Europe on Page C1 Monday mislabeled France as Spain.
» The last name of Dennis "Moon" Kauakahi was misspelled in a story on Page 3 of Friday’s TGIF section.
» Alethea Rebman, president of the Kapiolani Park Preservation Society, said any concession stand allowed on Kapiolani Park trust land "shouldn’t be a stand-alone attraction." She was misquoted as saying that it "should be" a stand-alone attraction in an interview on Page A16 Friday.