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Wednesday, October 29

Business & Technology

Retail skirmish blocks Apple Pay at checkout line

This article was originally published Oct. 28, 2014, and corrected the next day. It originally quoted Apple Pay user Ben Heyman in Indianapolis. That quote should have been attributed to Thomas Pritchard. Originally published Wednesday, October 29


Tuesday, October 28

Business & Technology

New split winglets shine with colors of Old Glory

25, 2014, was corrected Oct. 28. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Alaska Airlines’ 737-900ERs also have their split scimitar winglets installed by ATS in Everett; that’s done by Timco in North Carolina. Originally published Tuesday, October 28


Local News

Ballot proposals offer 2 plans for improving pre-K in Seattle

9, 2014, was corrected Oct. 11, 2014. A previous version of that factbox outlining differences between the two proposals, incorrectly stated how many children would be part of the demonstration project, at the start in 2015. The correct number is 280 children. On Oct. 28, this article was clarified to further explain the subsidy for families of four making more than $185,000 annually. Originally published Tuesday, October 28


Local News

Board unsure it can afford ‘free’ site for downtown school

26, 2014 was corrected Oct. 27, 2014. A previous version of this story gave the incorrect name for the Downtown Seattle Association. Originally published Tuesday, October 28


Business & Technology

Decision time for Boeing pension-buyout offer

24, 2014, was corrected the next day. A previous version of this story incorrectly implied that the pension buyout applied only to holders of the Boeing Company Employee Retirement Plan pension. But it applies to other pension plans as well. Originally published Tuesday, October 28


Saturday, October 25

Business & Technology

Boeing shares fall on worries about 787 costs and cash flow

22, 2014, was corrected Oct. 24. A previous version misstated the way Boeing’s cumulative deferred production costs will eventually fall, using the word “less” when “more” was intended. Originally published Saturday, October 25


Editorials

Editorial: Focus grief over Marysville school shooting on finding constructive response

24, 2014, was corrected Oct. 24, 2014. A previous version of this editorial referred to the shooter’s age, which has not been confirmed. Originally published Saturday, October 25


Friday, October 24

Local News

What’s with all the mysterious art on Denny Way?

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the name of the musician who performed at the All Rise site. It is Ben Hunter . Originally published Friday, October 24


Wednesday, October 22

High School Sports

Blocks and books: Tutoring fullback helps Cleveland’s revival

A previous version of this story incorrectly spelled Ramsey Castillo’s name. Originally published Wednesday, October 22


Tuesday, October 21

The Arts

Crafts turn into fine art at new Bellevue Arts Museum shows

19, 2014, was corrected Oct. 21, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Nick Mount’s work had been shown at Tacoma Art Museum; it was shown at Museum of Glass. Originally published Tuesday, October 21


Local News

In 48th District Senate race, legislator, newcomer vie

19, 2014, was corrected Oct. 21, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Michelle Darnell described herself as a social conservative. Originally published Tuesday, October 21


Sunday, October 19

Business & Technology

United Airlines to close Seattle base for 264 flight attendants

15, 2014, was corrected Oct. 17, 2014. A previous version of this story referred incorrectly to the decline of United passenger traffic at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. United’s passenger traffic at the airport — not its share of total airport traffic — is down 7 percent year-on-year. Originally published Sunday, October 19


Business & Technology

Alaska Airlines orders 10 more 737s as it battles with Delta

This article was originally published Oct. 6, 2014, and corrected Oct. 17, 2014. A previous version of this story referred incorrectly to the decline of United passenger traffic at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. United's passenger traffic at the airport — not its share of total airport traffic — is down 7 percent year-on-year. Originally published Sunday, October 19


Friday, October 17

Business & Technology

AmazonFresh makes East Coast debut in Brooklyn Friday

16, 2014, was corrected the same day. Because of inaccurate information provided by Amazon, the original version of this article said that Amazon would charge a $7.99 fee for orders below $35. Amazon now says it will not accept orders below $35 in New York. Originally published Friday, October 17


Thursday, October 16

Local News

Bothell’s Prop. 1 would upgrade city amenities, at a cost

15, 2014, was corrected Oct. 16, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that grants to buy land for the North Creek Forest would expire next summer. It is the purchase agreement for the land that will expire next summer. Originally published Thursday, October 16


Tuesday, October 14

Golf

Tee times reduced at Chambers Bay so fescue greens can be in top shape for U.S. Open

Pierce County will get an estimated $4 million in lease revenue from the United States Golf Association for having the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, plus an additional $900,000 toward course changes. A previous version of this story stated that early in the process the compensation expected from the USGA was $5.5 million. Originally published Tuesday, October 14


Business & Technology

Amazon’s hot tablets face stiff competition

12, 2014, was corrected Oct. 13, 2014. A previous version of this story said an Amazon Web page was misleading when it compared the Fire HD 6 with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, and that it should have compared the Fire HD 7 with the Galaxy Tab 4. In fact, Amazon does make the latter comparison elsewhere on the site. Originally published Tuesday, October 14


Saturday, October 11

Obituaries

The week’s passages

A photo and caption in this article, originally published Oct. 11, 2014, was removed several hours later. The earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the man in that photograph was the late John Owen, former P-I sports editor. Originally published Saturday, October 11


Thursday, October 9

Local News

U.S. transportation chief gets ferry ride, funding pitch

6, 2014, was corrected Oct. 9, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the ferry Wenatchee was built 26 years ago. In fact, it was built 16 years ago. Originally published Thursday, October 9


Business & Technology

Ports accept reality of worldwide competition

7, was corrected Oct. 9, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly identified the major rail link to Prince Rupert, B.C. The Canadian National Railway serves that port. Originally published Thursday, October 9


Wednesday, October 8

Editorials

Editorial: The Times recommends to vote for Proposition 1B to bolster quality preschool in Seattle

8, 2014, was corrected Oct. 8, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the 1B campaign promises, in a recent flier, that it “is the only proposal to lower child care costs for all parents.” It was the 1A campaign that released this flier. Originally published Wednesday, October 8


Tuesday, October 7

Local News

Data, tech tools helping reduce crime, Seattle police chief says

6, 2014, was corrected Oct. 7, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that robberies were down citywide and burglaries had increased. Originally published Tuesday, October 7


Monday, October 6

Nation & World

One Republican’s carbon-tax campaign faces an uphill battle

3, 2014 was corrected Oct. 6, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the wife and five children of Bob Inglis would not vote for him unless he cleaned up his act on the environment. Actually, his son said he would vote for Inglis but wanted his father to clean up his act on the environment, and the rest of the family agreed. Originally published Monday, October 6


Editorials

Editorial: The Times recommends to reject Citizens Petition No. 1 to expand monorail

5, 2014, was corrected Sept. 6, 2014. It has been updated to point out that the ballot measure has no affiliation with the Seattle Center Monorail. Originally published Monday, October 6


Local News

DUI lawyers PAC shifts support in judicial race to co-founder’s wife

4, 2014, was corrected Oct. 6, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the King County Bar Association’s attorney surveys rating local judges are not voluntary. In fact, the surveys are voluntary. Originally published Monday, October 6


Business & Technology

Migraine drug shows positive results, says Alder Biopharma

5, 2014, was corrected Oct. 6. A previous version of this story incorrectly said Alder’s drug for rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis was being developed with Bristol-Myers Squibb. That partnership was ended Sept. 3. Originally published Monday, October 6


Friday, October 3

Movies

October film festivals honor Latino, Polish cultures

3, 2014, was corrected Friday, Oct. 3, 2014. A previous version of this story listed an incorrect web address for the Seattle Latino Film Festival. Also, seven films curated by Martin Scorsese, “Masterpieces of Polish Cinema,” are being shown at Northwest Film forum, not eight. Originally published Friday, October 3


Thursday, October 2

Local News

Inslee urges stepped-up action to prevent oil-train spills

1, 2014, was corrected Oct. 2, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the capacity of a proposed terminal at the Port of Vancouver as 380,000 barrels of crude oil a day. It would be able to handle up to 360,000 barrels a day. Originally published Thursday, October 2


Wednesday, October 1

Local News

Seattle pot stores’ slow rollout may soon be speeding up

26, 2014, was corrected Oct. 1, 2014. A previous version of this story gave an incorrect location for Ocean Greens. Originally published Wednesday, October 1


Local News

2 drivers who struck girl in Rainier Valley sought

30, 2014, was corrected Oct. 1, 2014. Police reports originally said the girl was 10 years old. She is 7. Originally published Wednesday, October 1


Editorials

Editorial: The Times recommends Judy Clibborn and Tana Senn in the 41st District

29, 2014, was corrected Sept. 30, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that state Rep. Tana Senn is a former Mercer Island City Council member. She still holds that position. Originally published Wednesday, October 1


Local News

State withholds chunk of money from Seattle special-ed program

30, 2014 was corrected on Oct. 1, 2014. A previous version of this story, based on information from Seattle Public Schools, incorrectly stated that the TIERS Group was one of the consultants that bid for a special education contract. TIERS did not submit a proposal. Originally published Wednesday, October 1


Tuesday, September 30

Opinion

Guest: Seattle Housing Authority rent proposal would hurt working poor

A previous version of this story stated that Seattle Housing Authority officials state the policy change would address the more than 9,000 households on waiting lists for units it runs, and the 22,000 people who applied for housing vouchers and did not receive them. Originally published Tuesday, September 30


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 Tuesday, September 30