OneWest Bank: In the March 6 Business section, an article about allegations that OneWest Bank improperly influenced nonprofits to support its sale said that the Pasadena bank had promised $5 billion in loans, philanthropy and other support over 10 years for low-income neighborhoods. The pledge covers four years. The article also said that the merged bank would be a strategically important financial institution; the term is systemically important financial institution.
Sex trafficking: In the Feb. 27 California section, an article about Los Angeles County's efforts to establish a new court for sex trafficking victims said that the county's Department of Children and Family Services estimated that as many as 300 young people in foster care are selling themselves for sex. In fact, up to 300 foster children have a history of being sold for sex and currently require intervention services, according to Diane Iglesias, a senior deputy director of the department.
Greek Theatre: In the March 6 Calendar section, an article about the Greek Theatre's 2015 season said that a date for Chilean rock band La Ley was still to be arranged. The group will not be part of the 2015 season. Also, the website for subscription ticket information is greekpass.com; the theater's official website is http://www.greektheatrela.com. The story also said that the season opens May 16. It opens April 24 with Damien Rice, an event for which tickets are already on sale.
Hit-and-run plea: In the Feb. 7 California section, an article about a motorist pleading no contest in the hit-and-run death of the son of a federal judge misspelled the last name of Superior Court Judge Kathryn Solorzano as Solarzano.