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For the record

Seismic study: An incorrect photo with an inaccurate caption accompanied an article in the May 12 LATExtra section that reported that experts hired by the developer of a proposed 16-story project in Hollywood had found no active earthquake fault under the site at 6230 Yucca St. The photo was of a development under construction on Hollywood Boulevard, not the Yucca Street site, and the caption suggested that the findings applied to several construction projects in the Yucca Street and Argyle Avenue area.

Child welfare: An article in the May 11 California section about child welfare issues in the campaign for Los Angeles County supervisor identified candidate Juventino "J" Gomez as a former El Monte city councilman and deputy to Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich. Gomez is a former deputy to Antonovich and current El Monte council member.

Drone program: An article in the May 11 Section A about a proposal for the CIA to turn over its drone program to the military said Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence committee, recently inserted language in the classified annex of a spending bill to limit such attempts. Feinstein was not involved in that legislative move, her office said.

Louis Zamperini: An article in the May 12 LATExtra section about the selection of World War II hero Louis Zamperini as 2015 Rose Parade grand marshal said his experiences had inspired a bestselling novel. "Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption" is nonfiction.

Employee fired: In the May 10 LATExtra section, the headline on an article about a firing at the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services incorrectly described the fired employee as a social worker.

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