"American Sniper" trial: In the Feb. 10 Section A, an article about veterans hunting and shooting as therapy said that Joe Washam, who went hunting with fellow veterans suffering post-traumatic stress, saw one man's hands shake as he held his gun. Washam did not see the man holding a gun.
Ed Sabol: A news obituary of NFL Films founder Ed Sabol in the Feb. 10 California section incorrectly identified John Facenda as the narrator of Sabol's first film, "The NFL's Longest Day." Chris Schenkel narrated that production. Facenda later joined NFL Films as a narrator.
Jon Jerde: The obituary of architect Jon Jerde in the Feb. 10 California section misspelled the name Nicolais as Nicholais in the architecture firm of Burke, Kober, Nicolais and Archuleta.
"Better Call Saul": A photo caption accompanying an article in the Feb. 7 Calendar section about the new television series "Better Call Saul" identified show co-creator Vince Gilligan as Vince Gill.
Broad Prize: In the Feb. 9 California section, an article about the suspension of the $1-million Broad Prize for urban school districts listed the amount of a separate Broad prize for charter schools as $500,000. The correct amount is $250,000.
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