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Corrections| Hawaii News



The Honolulu Star-Advertiser strives to make its news report fair and accurate. If you have a question or comment about news coverage, call Marsha McFadden, managing editor/news, at 529-4759 or email city editors at

>> Charley’s Taxi President and CEO Dale Evans stated that the ranks of Oahu taxi drivers had thinned to 1,000 from about 1,800 recently at a City Council meeting on a bill that would cap “surge pricing.” She was incorrectly quoted in a story on Page A1 Thursday.

>> Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s administration has set aside $44 million in the capital improvement budget to help fund a hole in the city’s rail project. The budget source was inaccurately reported in a story on Page B1 Thursday.

>> Ken Ito is not the incumbent candidate in the state Senate race in District 24. A listing of candidates who filed for office on Page B5 Wednesday contained inaccurate information.

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