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Thursday, September 18

Local News

King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn pleads guilty to DUI

17, 2014, was corrected Sept. 18, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Metropolitan King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn was divorced. Dunn referred in an interview to his “ex-wife,” but clarified that his divorce is nearly final. Originally published Thursday, September 18


Wednesday, September 17

Television

Teddy Roosevelt was ‘cuckoo’ — and other quips from Ken Burns

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the Evergreen Point bridge was a WPA project. Originally published Wednesday, September 17


Tuesday, September 16

Music & nightlife

The Toronado: Is this the best new beer bar in Seattle?

12, 2014, was corrected Sept. 16, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the location of the bar. Originally published Tuesday, September 16


Local News

Mentally ill charged with crimes lack timely access to hospital care

13, 2014, was corrected Sept. 16, 2014. Due to an editing error, a previous version of this story misspelled the name of Jin Ying Kerr. Originally published Tuesday, September 16


Business & Technology

Alibaba founder keeps tight rein on his company

14, 2014, was corrected Sept. 15, 2014. A previous version of a box that ran with this story incorrectly stated that the pending IPO would make Alibaba founder Jack Ma worth more than $15 million. In fact, the correct amount is more than $15 billion. . Originally published Tuesday, September 16


Monday, September 15

Local News

The rise and fall of Mars Hill Church

13, 2014, was corrected Sept. 15, 2014. Former Mars Hill Pastor Dave Kraft was never asked to sign a nondisclosure agreement when he left the church. He opposed the nondisclosure agreements that other departing pastors were asked to sign. Originally published Monday, September 15


Special reports pages

Seattle's new waterfront: What it might look like and why

This story, originally published Sept. 12, 2014, was corrected Sept. 15, 2014. The original version of this story incorrectly stated that Charles Royer was Seattle’s youngest mayor. Wes Uhlman, who preceded Royer in that office, was the youngest at age 34. Originally published Monday, September 15


Thursday, September 11

Editorials

Editorial: Cities and counties need to follow state’s progress on marijuana policy

10, 2014, was corrected Sept. 11, 2014. A previous version of this story included a map that incorrectly identified Lewis County as Pierce County. Originally published Thursday, September 11


Wednesday, September 10

Business & Technology

787 gets harsh scrutiny on Al Jazeera

12, 2014, was corrected Sept. 12. A previous version of this story gave an incorrect web address for the Al Jazeera documentary. Originally published Wednesday, September 10


Monday, September 8

Pacific NW

How Wallingford got its name

Woodlawn Avenue North was incorrectly identified in the “Now” caption of this story, originally published Friday, Sept. 5, 2014. It was corrected Monday, Sept. 8, 2014. Originally published Monday, September 8


Thursday, September 4

Local News

SPD officers hire attorney in their suit over use of force

3, 2014, was corrected Sept. 4, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Seattle attorney Athan Tramountanas was representing the 113 Seattle police officers suing to block new use-of-force of policies required under federally mandated reforms. He is representing only two of the officers. Originally published Thursday, September 4


Wednesday, September 3

Local News

State’s top court may punish lawmakers over school funds

30, 2014, was corrected Sept. 3, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that a 1995 special session of the Legislature dealt with financing for Seattle’s NFL football stadium. The session addressed funding for the baseball park, Safeco Field. Originally published Wednesday, September 3


Friday, August 29

The Arts

Bumbershoot 2014: Theater

29, 2014, was corrected Aug. 29, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Nick Hubbard would perform as part of “ Fussy Cloud Puppet Slam”; he will not. Originally published Friday, August 29


Thursday, August 28

Living

Extreme walking commuter puts feet first

27, 2014, was corrected Aug. 28, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly spelled Luke Bayler’s last name. Originally published Thursday, August 28


Editorials

Editorial: Still time to help students with school-supply drive

27, 2014, was corrected Aug. 28, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Hopelink serves the Eastside and Snohomish County. Hopelink serves north and east King County. Originally published Thursday, August 28


Wednesday, August 27

Nicole Brodeur

Matt Lerner: Walking the walk on urban livability

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that backyard cottages were illegal in Seattle. They are legal. Originally published Wednesday, August 27


Tuesday, August 26

Restaurants

After 25 years, Wild Ginger still brings the heat

15, 2014, was corrected Aug. 18, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly spelled the name of executive chef Jacky Lo. Originally published Tuesday, August 26


Nation & World

South Africa’s AIDS progress in peril

26, 2014, was corrected Aug. 27, 2014. A quotation in a previous version of this story gave an incomplete name for the speaker: Dr. Helen Rees, of the Wits Reproductive Health Institute in Johannesburg. Originally published Tuesday, August 26


Restaurants

The Herbfarm: A feast worthy of its reputation, with a side of salesmanship

A previous version of this story misidentified Willows Lodge, the hotel adjacent to The Herbfarm. Originally published Tuesday, August 26


Monday, August 25

Local News

West Seattle rabble-rouser told to remove ‘pooh’ signs

24, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the sewer project belonged to the City of Seattle. It is a King County project. Originally published Monday, August 25


Friday, August 22

Local News

Seattle’s waterfront park to reflect region’s rich tribal heritage

21, 2014, was corrected Aug. 22, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the Seahawks mascot was based on a Kwakwaka’wakw transformation mask. The story should have said the Seahawks logo was based on the mask. Originally published Friday, August 22


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