Triple murder case: In the March 13 LATExtra section, a brief news item about two men being charged in a Riverside County triple murder case said that Robert Lars Pape had pleaded not guilty to all charges and that Cristin Conrad Smith did not enter a plea. It was Smith who pleaded not guilty and Pape who did not enter a plea and had his hearing pushed back.
Getty finances: In the March 13 Calendar section, an article about the J. Paul Getty Trust's finances overstated the 2013 compensation of several Getty officials. The correct totals are $1,630,956 for chief investment officer James Williams, $1,077,293 for Getty president James Cuno, $766,826 for museum director Timothy Potts, $716,185 for chief financial officer Patricia Woodworth, $645,780 for conservation institute director Thomas Gaehtgens, $528,447 for grants program director Deborah Marrow and $507,708 for conservation institute director Tim Whelan.
Ennio Morricone: A classical music listing in the March 16 Arts & Books section said that film composer Ennio Morricone would lead an ensemble of musicians and singers in concert at Nokia Theatre on Thursday. That concert has been postponed until June 15 because Morricone has sustained a back injury.
College athletics: In the March 9 Sports section, an item in the Day in Sports roundup said that UCLA Associate Athletic Director Mark Harlan had accepted the athletic director job at San Francisco. The job is at the University of South Florida.
Horse racing: In the March 9 Sports section, an article about the Santa Anita Handicap said that third-place finisher Blingo paid $22.80. Blingo paid $5.40.
Sheila MacRae obituary: In the March 9 California section, the obituary of actress Sheila MacRae, who played Alice Kramden in the late-1960s TV revival of "The Honeymooners," said that Audrey Meadows originated the role. Actress Pert Kelton was the first to play Alice opposite Jackie Gleason's Ralph.
Native Diver: In the March 9 California section, an article about the excavation of the remains of a race horse named Native Diver referred to a photograph signed by Cary Grant of the horse crossing the finish line in his 1961 Hollywood Gold Cup win. Native Diver won the Gold Cup in 1965, 1966 and 1967. The photograph was from his 1965 win.