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Sunday, December 21

Local News

After a bad year, a young mom gets a foothold on stability

m. Dec. 20, 2014, was corrected a few minutes later. A previous version of this story incorrectly reversed the names of two sisters in the family photo. The girls, both in the back row, are, from left: Sarenna, 2½, and Demara, 4. Originally published Sunday, December 21


Seahawks

Seahawks have rarely played winner-take-all for divisional title

20, 2014, was corrected Dec. 21, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the Seahawks played the Raiders in Oakland in 1988. The game was held in Los Angeles. Originally published Sunday, December 21


Thursday, December 18

Opinion

Guest: Superintendent Larry Nyland should allow Garfield High School to keep its teacher

16, 2014, was corrected Dec. 18, 2014. Due to incorrect information provided by Seattle Public Schools, a previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Stevens Elementary lost a teacher. Instead, the PTA decided to step up and fund the position. Originally published Thursday, December 18


Restaurants

The most notable restaurant closures (and happy reopenings) of 2014

17, 2014, was corrected Dec. 17, 2014. A previous version of this story failed to give the start date for Cafe Juanita’s temporary takeover of the former Lark space. Originally published Thursday, December 18


Tuesday, December 16

Movies

‘Locke’: Tom Hardy is a one-man show in taut driving drama

This review was corrected on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2014. The character Ivan's name was misstated in the original review. Originally published Tuesday, December 16


Monday, December 15

Hockey

Seattle gridlock slows down NHL expansion plans

14, 2014, was corrected Dec. 15, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Chris Hansen would have to apply for a Master Use permit.He had previously applied for that permit. Originally published Monday, December 15


Thursday, December 11

Business & Technology

Tech summit addresses industry's lack of diversity

This story, originally posted Dec. 10, 2014, was corrected the next day. The Associated Press misspelled the name of the computer coding camp co-founded by Gregorio Rojas and Liliana Monge. The correct spelling is Sabio.la, not Sabia.la. Originally published Thursday, December 11


Wednesday, December 10

Editorials

Editorial: WSDOT needs to work on communication skills in Highway 99 tunnel mess

9, 2014, was clarified Dec. 10, 2014. A previous version stated that WSDOT had briefed the City Council last week, without hinting at early indications that the viaduct had sunk. In fact, WSDOT had sent over a presentation to the council that didn’t hint at the early indications that the viaduct had sunk. Originally published Wednesday, December 10


Monday, December 8

Local News

New delay in Bertha rescue as engineers study sinking soil

7, 2014, was corrected Dec. 8, 2014. A previous version of this story, placed too much emphasis on what officials are calling a “negligible” amount of uneven settlement in the Alaskan Way Viaduct, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation. Originally published Monday, December 8


Thursday, December 4

Local News

Odds grow in Congress to enlarge Alpine Lakes Wilderness

3, 2014, was corrected Dec. 4, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the Alpine Lakes and the Pratt and Snoqualmie rivers provisions included in the defense policy bill was not the version that passed the Republican-controlled House this summer. The version of the bill was passed by the House Natural Resources Committee and not the full House. Originally published Thursday, December 4


Editorials

Editorial: We’re just throwing money at the homeless crisis in Seattle and King County

29, 2014, was corrected Dec. 4, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly identified the type of programs for which competitive bidding was delayed by a year. The delay affected county-funded human services, but not homeless programs. Also, the editorial misstated the number of people who exit homelessness. On an average day in King County, 5.5 households exit to permanent housing, not 55 people. Originally published Thursday, December 4


Local News

Mammoth $342 million cleanup ahead for fouled Duwamish River

2, 2014, was corrected Dec. 3, 2014. A previous version of this story misspelled the name of Dennis McLerran of the EPA. Originally published Thursday, December 4


Editorials

Editorial: Better safeguards needed for Hanford nuclear tank-farm workers

30, 2014, was corrected Dec. 4, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly attributed a claim about long-term disabilities among workers exposed to toxic materials to a federal report on worker-safety problems. It is attributed to Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson. Originally published Thursday, December 4


Music & nightlife

Oliver’s Twist takes a second turn, in Magnolia

3, 2014, was corrected Dec. 4, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly spelled Dan Braun and misstated Monday’s happy hours. Originally published Thursday, December 4


Local News

Recycling unused meds for overseas a gray area

2, 2014, was corrected Dec. 3, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Rita Zawaideh was born in Syria. She actually was born in Jordan. Originally published Thursday, December 4


Wednesday, December 3

Local News

ORCA fare card for the Monorail wins backing

2, 2014, was clarified Dec. 3, 2014. A previous version of this story omitted the fact that Seattle Monorail Services privately paid to repair train damage from a 2004 fire. In addition, the Monorail discussion occurred at the City Council’s Parks, Seattle Center, Libraries and Gender Pay Equity, not the Transportation Committee as earlier reported. Originally published Wednesday, December 3


Business & Technology

Paccar among truck makers under investigation by EU

2, 2014, was corrected Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the percent of truck revenue Paccar generates in Europe. Originally published Wednesday, December 3


Monday, December 1

Local News

It’s Bellevue vs. Seattle in battle of holiday magic and shoppers

27, 2014, was corrected Dec. 1, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Bellevue is the state’s sixth-largest city. It is the fifth-largest. Originally published Monday, December 1


Local News

Spokane slumlord a rapist who runs business from prison

30, 2014, was corrected Dec. 1, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the name of Barry Pfundt, an attorney at the Center for Justice who works on housing issues. Originally published Monday, December 1


Friday, November 28

Local News

Trilogy builder offers cash, repairs, but some residents to sue for double

21, 2014, was corrected Nov. 25 and Nov. 28, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly called the lawsuit a class action. It’s a mass action. The story originally noted that Shea Homes does not advertise Trilogy on its website, but the company said that’s because all of the homes are sold. Also, Shea Homes is conducting home inspections, not safety inspections as the story reported. Finally, while homeowner Dale Stirn said he has not received a settlement offer, Shea says it has made one. Originally published Friday, November 28


High School Sports

Marysville-Pilchuck gathers strength, support before semifinal showdown with Bellevue

26, 2014, was corrected Nov. 27, 2014. In a previous version of this story, Tim Muck was incorrectly called Tim Code-Much. Originally published Friday, November 28


Tuesday, November 25

Pacific NW

Little San Juan County takes on the GMO goliaths

23, 2014, was corrected Nov. 25, 2014. A previous version of this story included an incorrect Website address for the GMO-Free San Juans organization. Originally published Tuesday, November 25


Business & Technology

Cheap gadgets a first step toward pricier online services

23, 2014, was corrected Nov. 25, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Amazon had sales of $68 million last year and they were expected to grow to $157 million in 2018. Both of those dollar figures should have been in billions. Originally published Tuesday, November 25


Monday, November 24

Entertainment

‘Through a Lens Darkly’ looks at race, black photographers

21, 2014, was corrected Nov. 24, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that a display at Photo Center Northwest included African-American photographs. Originally published Monday, November 24