Safety recall: In the April 30 Business section, an article about a Nissan safety recall said that Maxxis — Nissan's spare tire supplier — had a faulty inflation gauge on an air pump and was either overinflating or underinflating spare tires. The faulty equipment belonged to Nissan and was located at the automaker's Canton, Miss., plant.
State environmental laws: In the April 18 LATExtra section, an article about the California Environmental Quality Act said that a group called California Unions for Reliable Energy has filed dozens of environmental lawsuits that can delay construction of power plants. It should have said the group has filed dozens of lawsuits and interventions in regulatory proceedings that can delay construction of power plants.
British war-era poster: In the May 1 Section A, a headline on an article about a British World War II-era poster with the slogan "Keep calm and carry on" said that there was a copyright dispute over the phrase. The dispute is over a trademark. Also, a photo caption that accompanied the story referred to a vendor's copyright. It should have said trademark.
Santa Monica-Malibu schools: In the April 28 Section A, an article about Malibu schools seeking a split from the Santa Monica-Malibu School District said that Charlotte Biren played violin in Santa Monica High School's top orchestra. She played the viola.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times