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Super Bowl commercials: In the Feb. 8 Calendar section, a column about media messages during the Super Bowl said there were no ads this year that were similar to a public service announcement against domestic violence that aired during last year's game. A similar PSA against domestic violence aired during this year's game.

LAX volunteers: In the Feb.

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Cap-and-trade: In the Jan. 31 California section, an article about negotiations over how to spend more than $1 billion in funds collected from the auction of greenhouse gas pollution credits referred to the Natural Resources Defense Fund. The organization is the Natural Resources Defense Council.

USC athletic director: In the Feb.

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"Hail Caesar!": In the Feb. 7 Calendar section, an article about the synchronized swimming team known as the Aqualillies that performs in the new Coen brothers' film "Hail Caesar!" said that Mesha Kussman is the co-founder of the Aqualillies. She is the founder.

Movie sneaks: In the Jan.

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Bob Elliott: In the Feb. 4 California section, the obituary of comic Bob Elliott included a photo of Elliott with partner Ray Goulding, but the caption reversed their identities. Goulding was on the left and Elliott on the right.

Pac-12 basketball: In the Feb. 4 Sports section, a brief news item about the Arizona-Washington State basketball game misidentified Wildcats player Gabe York as Gabe Marks.

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Register bankruptcy: In the Feb. 2 Business section, an article about the bankruptcy proceedings of the Orange Country Register's owner referred to Mark Wallace as a U.S. District Court judge. He is a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge.

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Fracking in L.A.: In the Feb. 1 Calendar section, an article about environmental documentaries at the Sundance Film Festival said that fracking had been banned in Los Angeles after the 2010 release of the film "Gasland." Hydraulic fracturing is legal in California, but state lawmakers approved stricter regulations on that oil extraction practice in 2013.

"Hamilton" tickets: An article in the Jan.

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