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Friday, July 25

Local News

Feds ease concerns about migrant kids who might come to JBLM

The original headline with this story may have mistakenly implied that the children were already at JBLM. No decision had been made about bringing them to the base. Originally published Friday, July 25


Thursday, July 24

The Arts

Seattle ensemble gives voice, music to Japanese silent film

A previous version of this story listed incorrect information about admission to Deco Night events. Originally published Thursday, July 24


Tuesday, July 22

Local News

Potential rail-yard sites threaten Bellevue’s businesses, vision

A previous version incorrectly stated that Fawnia Chauvaux is a physical therapist. She is a physical therapist assistant. Originally published Tuesday, July 22


Sideline Chatter

One question: Who would commit such a beastly act?

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Aaron Burr was the former U.S. Treasury secretary and Alexander Hamilton was the vice president when Burr shot and killed Hamilton in a duel. Originally published Tuesday, July 22


Friday, July 18

Opinion

Guest: Swedish expansion does not fit Squire Park neighborhood

m., was corrected July 18, 2014 at 2:40 p.m. A previous version of this story incorrectly said that one-third of the proposed project would be dedicated to hospital use. One-half would be dedicated to hospital use. Originally published Friday, July 18


Thursday, July 17

Editorials

Editorial: June 2013 pool tragedy sharpens public-safety review

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the department’s goal is to present all inspections in new ways by the first quarter of next year. The public health department’s goal is to present pool inspections in new ways by then. Originally published Thursday, July 17


Tuesday, July 15

Local News

7 low highway bridges hold similar risks to Skagit span

Because of an error by the state Department of Transportation, an earlier version of this story used incorrect figures for the number of known truck hits to state DOT bridges. The correct numbers are 24 strikes in 2012, 17 strikes in 2011 and 14 strikes in 2010. Originally published Tuesday, July 15


Business & Technology

Airbus in the hot seat at air show

A previous version incorrectly stated that the Airbus A350 was entirely on schedule. Originally published Tuesday, July 15


Friday, July 11

Editorials

Editorial: The Times recommends Daniel Bretzke for 37th District, Position 1

: A previous version implied Washington state has an income tax. It does not. Originally published Friday, July 11


Thursday, July 10

Entertainment

5 best Seattle food favorites for out-of-town guests

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that David Leck works at Little Gull. He works as The Walrus and the Carpenter. Originally published Thursday, July 10


Wednesday, July 9

Business & Technology

As 3rd 737 fuselage is retrieved, Boeing ponders production impact

In a previous version of this story, the photo caption said this was the last fuselage recovered from the river bank. It was actually the second of three. Originally published Wednesday, July 9


Local News

Photographer Jini Dellaccio, who captured Northwest rock scene, dies at 97

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Mrs. Dellaccio died at a hospice facility. She died at home. Also, Merrilee Rush’s name was misspelled. Originally published Wednesday, July 9


Local News

Shooting brings attention to light rail’s fare inspection force

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated which Metro Transit bus route became a RapidRide route in June, and the route’s number of passengers. Metro converted Route 140 to the RapidRide F line. That brought 3,500 more passengers into the fare-inspection system, for a total of about 51,400 on six routes. Originally published Wednesday, July 9


Monday, July 7

Editorials

Editorial: State Rep. Chad Magendanz a clear choice for 5th Legislative District, Position 2

A previous version of this story erred when it suggested he should reverse his vote against a specific House transportation package, which lacked sufficient reforms. Originally published Monday, July 7


Thursday, July 3

Local News

Seattle Fire Department mourns lieutenant who drowned on rafting trip

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the Slide Rapids, where Seattle Fire Department Lt. Joe Kane drowned, are the most dangerous rapids in the Lower Salmon River during high tides. The story should have called it high water. Originally published Thursday, July 3


Local News

What’s open, closed on the Fourth

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Seattle’s wading pools were closed for the holiday. They are open. Also, outdoor pools, while open, will be on special schedules so check the city’s website. Originally published Thursday, July 3


Monday, June 30

Local News

State cites money and politics in failed hunt for new ferries chief

A previous version of this story incorrectly quoted a state spokesman saying that ferry workers earn one-third less than other maritime workers. The actual comment was by Transportation Secretary Lynn Peterson, the state transportation staff earn one-third less than other public sector employees. Originally published Monday, June 30


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