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Mountain lion: An article in the April 14 California section about the discovery of the Griffith Park mountain lion P-22 under a Los Feliz house gave the wrong last name for a California Department of Fish and Wildlife patrol lieutenant. He is Marty Wall, not Williams.

Internment artifacts auction: In the April 17 Section A, an article about the withdrawal of Japanese American internment camp artifacts from auction referred to a Shinto shrine in Nancy Oda's home as a butsudan. A butsudan is a Buddhist shrine.

"Legends & Lies": In the April 16 Calendar section, an information box that accompanied an article about the show "Legends & Lies: The Real West" said that the Fox News Channel program did not have a rating. It's rated TV-MA.

Leonard Nimoy: In the April 16 Calendar section, a Picks item about an American Cinematheque weekend festival featuring the late actor-director Leonard Nimoy said that the film "Deathwatch" came out in 1996. It was 1966.

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Tiered water rates: In the April 14 California section, an article about a legal challenge brought by San Juan Capistrano residents over the city's tiered water rates said that water districts in appeals districts outside of Orange County would not be bound by a 4th District Court of Appeal decision. A published decision from a California appellate court is binding in all of the state's trial courts, said Benjamin T. Benumof, an attorney for the plaintiffs. If a subsequent California appellate court decision differs, trial courts may choose which decision they find more persuasive.

LACMA at 50: In the April 12 Calendar section, a graphic accompanying an article on the architecture of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art campus as it turns 50 years old misspelled the name of the Resnick Pavilion as Resnic.

Water conservation: In the April 8 Section A, an article about a State Water Resources Control Board plan to base conservation targets for cities and towns on per-capita rates of water...

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Florence + the Machine: In the April 14 Calendar section, a review of Florence + the Machine's performance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival referred to a song as "Shake It Off." The title is "Shake It Out."

Oklahoma police shooting: In the April 13 Section A, an article about a Tulsa County reserve deputy who grabbed his gun instead of his Taser and fatally shot a suspect said that the sheriff's office had held a news conference Saturday, when it also released a video of the shooting. The news conference was Friday, as was the video's release.

Lincoln's burial: In the April 12 Travel section, an article about activities in Springfield, Ill., in connection with the 150th anniversary of President Lincoln's assassination misidentified the cemetery where Lincoln is buried as Oak Grove Cemetery. It is Oak Ridge Cemetery.

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Coachella: In a review of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in the April 13 Calendar section, the name of the electronic artist Deorro was misspelled as Deeoro, and his background was mischaracterized as French. He is Mexican American and from West Covina.

Marco Pierre White: In the April 11 Saturday section, an article about Marco Pierre White's book "White Heat" misspelled French chef Marc Meneau's last name as Menou.

Parking signs: In the April 7 California section, an article about new parking enforcement signs attributed the term "meter maids" to a city of Los Angeles engineer. The term, referring to city parking enforcement officers, was a paraphrase, not a direct quote.

Board of Supervisors election: An article in the April 13 California section about candidates seeking election to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors misstated Supervisor Don Knabe's district. It is the 4th District, not the 3rd.

NCAA Final Four: In the April 4 Sports section, a notebook item about...

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"Ex Machina": A review in the April 10 Calendar section of the sci-fi movie "Ex Machina" included a reference to a "Touring test." The correct spelling is Turing, after Alan Turing, the British mathematician who conceived the test.

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LACMA exhibition: In the April 12 Arts & Books section, an article about Los Angeles County Museum of Art director Michael Govan says that the museum's "50 for 50" exhibition will open April 20. It will open April 26.

Foods and water use: In the April 4 California section, a graphic showing the amount of water required to produce many common foods contained incorrect figures, including the amount needed for soy milk. The correct figure is 2.10 gallons of water to produce 1 fluid ounce of soy milk, not 20.53 gallons of water. The incorrect number was also published in a correction on April 7.

Airbnb: In the April 5 California section, an article about the community debate over Airbnb rentals in Los Angeles referred to Lindsey Horvath as mayor of West Hollywood. She is mayor-elect.

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