Burbank mansionization: In the March 16 California section, an article about new housing limits being drafted in Burbank misstated City Councilwoman Emily Gabel-Luddy's stance on so-called mansionization. She has argued for more restrictions on covered porches and vaulted ceilings but has not called to ban them completely.
"Beauty": In the March 17 Calendar section, a news brief about the live-action remake of "Beauty and the Beast" referred to the character of Mrs. Potts as a teacup. She is a teapot.
Las Vegas pedestrians: In the March 17 Section A, an article about the dangers that pedestrians face on Las Vegas roads did not fully identify Tom Rainey, who has dressed in costume to use the crosswalk as part of a police operation. Rainey is a member of the Clark County School District Police Department.
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