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Immigration: An article in the LATExtra section Aug. 26 about Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's visit to Los Angeles said that, during an appearance with Peña Nieto, Gov. Jerry Brown told immigrants in the audience that it didn't matter whether they had permission to be in the United States and that they were all welcome in California. In fact, Brown said audience members, whether or not they were citizens, were "all welcome in California today."

S&P 500 record: An article in the Aug. 27 Business section on the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index closing above 2,000 for the first time identified Bruce Simon as the chief investment strategist for City National Asset Management. Simon is the chief investment officer for City National Rochdale.

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Smart phones: An article in the LATExtra section on Aug. 26 about a new law requiring "kill switches" on cellphones said it applies to devices made in California. The new law applies to phones sold in California.

Airplane pull: A caption with a photograph of the Special Olympics Southern California Plane Pull at the Long Beach Airport in the California section on Aug. 24 misidentified a FedEx airplane as an Airbus A310. It was a Boeing 757.

Cleveland resurgence: An article in Section A on July 15 about how Cleveland is booming said the number of college-educated people between the ages of 25 and 34 had increased 68% in the city between 2006 and 2012. The increase was 23% during that time.

Voter registration: An article in Section A on Aug. 26 about legal arguments on whether requiring proof of citizenship for voters is constitutional identified Kris Kobach as Kansas' attorney general. He is Kansas' secretary of state.

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Emergency room visits: In the Aug. 22 LATExtra section, the headline on an article about emergency room visits in the first months under Obamacare said fewer patients are visiting public hospital emergency rooms. It should have said that the rate of growth in emergency room visits has slowed.

Rice exports: An article in the Aug. 24 Section A about U.S. rice farmers hoping to enter the China market described the USA Rice Federation as a trade association that largely represents millers. The group said it also represents merchants and 90% of the nation's rice growers.

John Van Hamersveld: An article about graphic artist John Van Hamersveld in the Aug. 17 Arts & Books section said that he and his wife have bought the former Williams' Bookstore in San Pedro. They are renting the space.

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Pauley Pavilion: An article in the July 30 A section on flooding at UCLA said that Pauley Pavilion was a venue where basketball legends including Gail Goodrich had played. Goodrich's final season at UCLA was the year before games were first played at Pauley Pavilion in the 1965-66 season.

Property Report: In the Aug. 21 Business section, the map accompanying an article about a planned high-rise apartment complex in Hollywood mislabeled the TCL Chinese Theatre as the TLC Chinese Theatre.

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San Diego minimum wage: An article in the Aug. 20 LATExtra section about San Diego's minimum wage ordinance gave the name of San Diego City Council President Todd Gloria as Gloria Todd.

Murals: An article in the Aug. 20 Calendar section about the restoration of murals created for the 1984 Olympics misspelled the first name of artist Glenna Avila as Glenn.

Opera opening night: An article in the Aug. 20 Calendar section said L.A. Opera's production of "La Traviata" opens Sept. 19. It opens Sept. 13.

Captive journalists: In the Aug. 21 Section A, an article about concern for the safety of American journalists who are missing or being held captive in Syria said that U.S. journalist James Foley was killed in Syria by the militant group Islamic State. In fact, the location of the killing is unknown.

R.J. Cutler: An article in the Aug. 21 Calendar section about filmmaker R.J. Cutler said he had co-written the pilot of the ABC drama "Nashville." Cutler developed and directed the episode.

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Social workers: In the Aug. 19 LATExtra section, an article about grand jury testimony on the death of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez said an agency that had been alerted to abuse allegations involving the boy had "moved to fire" two social workers and two supervisors. The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services has fired the workers. One is appealing the action to a civil service commission.

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Restorative justice: An article in the Aug. 18 A section on the design of spaces conducive to restorative justice referred to Deanna VanBuren as an architect. While VanBuren has practiced in the field for 15 years, she is required by the American Institute of Architects to define herself as a designer because she is not licensed.

Weaving: An article in the Aug. 16 Saturday section about weaving said Christy Matson had been a tenured professor at the Chicago Institute of Art. She was a tenured professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Texas bull rider: An article in Section A on Aug. 7 about bull rider Beau Schroeder said McNeese State University, where he won a rodeo scholarship, is in Lafayette, La. It is in Lake Charles, La.

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Ty Segall: An article in the Arts & Books section elsewhere in this edition about musician Ty Segall says that he played all the instruments on his new record except cowbell. In fact, although he played most of the parts, members of his Ty Segall Band contributed. The error was discovered after the section went to press.

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Skid row cleanup: An article in the Aug. 14 LATExtra section about a cleanup and outreach operation on skid row quoted a homeless woman, Michele Jones, as saying St. Vincent Medical Center in Los Angeles had discharged her in the middle of the night after back surgery. Elizabeth Nikels, a spokeswoman for St. Vincent, said the hospital has no record of having had Jones as a patient.

"The Giver": A review of the film "The Giver" in the Aug. 15 Calendar section gave the name of the main character as Jason. It's Jonas.

Exide plant: In a graphic with an article in the Aug. 12 LATExtra section about lead testing near a battery recycling plant in Vernon, Rowan Avenue Elementary school was misidentified as Rowena Avenue Elementary School.

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Sheriff's investigation: In the Aug. 4 Section A, an article about the Los Angeles County sheriff's inspector general calling for greater access to deputies' personnel records said that interim Sheriff John L. Scott could not be reached for comment. No attempt to reach Scott was made.

Loire bike tour: An Aug. 3 Travel section article on a bike tour in France referred to TGV high-speed train service from Gare d'Austerlitz to Orléans. There is no TGV service between those two places. The Gare d'Austerlitz-to-Orléans trip was via a conventional Intercity rail line.

FICO scores: An Aug. 9 article in the Business section about new rules for FICO credit ratings referred to the score's creator as Fair Isaacs Corp. It is Fair Isaac Corp.

Henry Stone: In the Aug. 12 LATExtra section, a brief obituary of music producer Henry Stone said that one of his early hits was "Heart of Stone" by Otis Williams and the Charms. The single was titled "Hearts of Stone" and recorded when the band was known simply...

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Pro workout: In the Aug. 9 Saturday section, a photo caption with an article about a gym used by professional athletes off-season identified an NFL player as Orlando Scandrick. The player was Terrell Thomas. The caption also misspelled the last name of coach Jordan Feramisco as Ferannisco.

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Marx Brothers: The Classic Hollywood article in the Aug. 10 Calendar section about a new Marx Brothers DVD box set said Groucho, Harpo, Chico and Gummo got their nicknames at the Orpheum theater in Galesburg, Ill. That likely happened at the Gaiety or Auditorium theaters but not at the Orpheum, which hadn't been built at that time. The article also misspelled Galesburg as Galesberg.

New conductor: A review in the Aug. 9 Calendar section of a concert by the Los Angeles Philharmonic conducted by Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla said that Grazinyte-Tyla was not scheduled to conduct any subscription concerts during the Phil's upcoming season. Grazinyte-Tyla will lead the orchestra at Walt Disney Concert Hall on March 1, which is a subscription concert.

Swimming: An article and results listing in the Aug. 11 Sports section said that Simone Manuel won the women's 50-meter freestyle in the U.S. National Championships in 24.89 seconds. Her winning time was 24.56.

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