Vaccinations: In the Feb. 4 California section, an article about "personal belief" exemptions from vaccine requirements said that 30 states allow exemptions based on religious beliefs. In fact, that exemption is available in 46 states.
Measles outbreak: In the Feb. 3 California section, an article about the closure of a child-care center at Santa Monica High School due to a case of measles said that before reentry, children in the toddler group would have to provide a document from a doctor that they'd been immunized. In fact, before reentry, children in the toddler group will have to provide a document from a doctor that shows they have had their blood checked to ensure that immunizations they have had will provide immunity to measles.
S&P settlement: In the Feb. 4 Section A, an article about a settlement with Standard & Poor's Financial Services identified a failed San Dimas financial institution as Western Federal Credit Union. The full name was Western Corporate Federal Credit Union.
Senate race: In the Feb. 4 California section, an article about state Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris' run for U.S. Senate misspelled Sen. Cory Booker's first name as Corey.