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    02/24/2015 - A story in Monday's Local News section incorrectly reported a price comparison between Marin Clean Energy and PG&E. 

    Correction: BVAL wrestling championships
    02/23/2015 - A story Saturday in the Sports section incorrectly reported the number of Bay Valley Athletic League championships won by Freedom High School heavyweight wrestler Rangel Lowry. 

    Correction: Name of Peter Friedmann
    02/21/2015 - The story on Saturday's front page about the agreement in the West Coast ports labor dispute incorrectly spelled the last name of Peter Friedmann, executive director of the Agriculture Transportation Coalition. 

    Correction: Tom Barnidge column
    02/20/2015 - Tom Barnidge's column Thursday's in the Local News section incorrectly reported that the Nov. 28 protest at the West Oakland BART station immobilized a train for four hours. 

    Correction: Ravenswood trustee's status
    02/09/2015 - A story in the Local section Thursday about the Ravenswood City School District incorrectly reported the status of Sharifa Wilson. She remains a Ravenswood trustee, and her term expires in 2016. 

    Correction: Date for Hakone Gardens workshop
    02/09/2015 - An item in Sal Pizarro's column on Sunday 2/8 had the incorrect day for a community workshop on the future of Hakone Gardens in Saratoga. The workshop is being held at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10.  

    02/03/2015 - A story that ran in Sunday's local section about murals in downtown San Jose and a photo caption incorrectly reported the number of murals painted by artist Paul J. 

    01/29/2015 - A story about Brentwood City Hall office space that ran Tuesday incorrectly stated that Congressman Jerry McNerney will set up a new office in Brentwood. 

    Setting the Record Straight
    01/21/2015 - Due to an editing error, a story and photo caption in the Local News section Tuesday about an upcoming count of the Santa Clara County homeless population misspelled the first name of Francisca Garcia, an outreach worker at the Bill Wilson Center, who believes the number of homeless people is increasing. 

    Setting the Record Straight
    01/16/2015 - A front-page story Friday about Pope Francis' decision to canonize Junipero Serra as a saint incorrectly reported the number of years Serra spent building California's first nine missions. He spent 15 years. 

    Correction: Community colleges story
    01/14/2015 - A story that appeared Saturday about President Barack Obama's proposal for free tuition at community colleges gave the incorrect campus affiliation for Professor John S. Levin. He directs the California Community College Initiative at UC Riverside, not at UC Irvine. 

    Setting the record straight: Ingesting acetaminophen can cause liver damage
    01/14/2015 - A story in the Local section Wednesday about three middle school girls in Morgan Hill ingesting cold tablets incorrectly quoted Dr. 

    Correction: Hopkins & Carley
    01/07/2015 - A story on Tuesday's front page about former San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed's new job incorrectly reported the number of attorneys at law firm Hopkins & Carley. The firm has 64 lawyers, 18 of whom work in the Real Estate Group. The article also misspelled the Letitia Building where the firm is housed. 

    Setting the Record Straight
    12/26/2014 - Due to an editing error, a story about the Morgan Autism Center misidentified Jennifer Sullivan. The center's executive director is Brad Boardman. He replaced Sullivan, who retired in April 2013. 

    Correction: Pope Francis misquote
    12/15/2014 - Due to an error by the wire service, Saturday's People column in the News section incorrectly attributed a quote to Pope Francis. 

    (Catharine Hamm/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
    Reno reborn: The biggest little city goes farm-to-fork in style

    Forget the casino buffet. These days Reno's all about craft distilleries, farm-to-fork restaurants and a buzzy art scene. 
    (Matt Sayles/AP file)
    Paris Hilton's brother to plead guilty in plane assault

    Conrad Hilton, the great-grandson of the Hilton Hotels founder threatened and attacked crew members of a London-to-Los Angeles flight last summer.