San Diego minimum wage: An article in the Aug. 20 LATExtra section about San Diego's minimum wage ordinance gave the name of San Diego City Council President Todd Gloria as Gloria Todd.
Murals: An article in the Aug. 20 Calendar section about the restoration of murals created for the 1984 Olympics misspelled the first name of artist Glenna Avila as Glenn.
Opera opening night: An article in the Aug. 20 Calendar section said L.A. Opera's production of "La Traviata" opens Sept. 19. It opens Sept. 13.
Captive journalists: In the Aug. 21 Section A, an article about concern for the safety of American journalists who are missing or being held captive in Syria said that U.S. journalist James Foley was killed in Syria by the militant group Islamic State. In fact, the location of the killing is unknown.
R.J. Cutler: An article in the Aug. 21 Calendar section about filmmaker R.J. Cutler said he had co-written the pilot of the ABC drama "Nashville." Cutler developed and directed the episode.
Doctor convicted: An article in the Aug. 16 LATExtra section said Andrew Sun of La Mirada was convicted of drug trafficking charges after illegally prescribing painkillers, including Vicodin and Xanax. Xanax is an anti-anxiety medication.
Cellphone plan: An article in the Aug. 20 Business section about Sprint's new family mobile phone plan said customers who sign up before October will not be charged an additional fee for each new line. The article should have specified that the discount applies only to plans with 20 gigabytes of data or more.
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