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Correction: Confederate Monument-Protest-Lawsuits story
In a story Oct. 12 about two lawsuits filed against white nationalists and other groups who descended on Charlottesville in August, The Associated Press erroneously reported a request in one of the lawsuits. The suit filed in federal court does not seek a ban on similar gatherings, but asks the court to prohibit the white nationalists and other groups from committing further civil rights violations....

Correction: Las Vegas Shooting story
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- In an Oct. 13 story and The Latest report about the investigation of a Las Vegas shooting that killed and injured concert-goers Oct. 1, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the body of shooter Stephen Paddock was being sent to Stanford University for study. Clark County spokesman Dan Kulin said Monday that multiple forensic analyses will be performed at Stanford on Paddock's brain, and the rest of Paddock's body is being kept at a secure location....

Clarification: Ford Explorer-Fumes story
DETROIT (AP) -- AP is retransmitting this story from Oct. 13 on Ford offering to inspect and repair Explorer SUVs to remove a quotation that did not meet AP's news policies on the use of anonymous content....

Correction: Kansas-Leaking Gas story
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- In a story Oct. 14 about leaking gas wells, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Kansas Gas Service owns the nearby Yaggy gas storage field. Kansas Gas Service owned the facility at the time of the 2001 Hutchinson explosions, but the company no longer owns it....

Correction: Pain Gap story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story Oct. 12 about the worldwide gap in pain relief medication, The Associated Press misspelled the last name of a Stanford University psychiatry professor. His name is Keith Humphreys, not Humpreys....

Correction: Child Seat Recall story
DETROIT (AP) -- In a story Oct. 12 about a Diono child seat recall, The Associated Press reported erroneously the production start date of the recalled models. Production of one recalled model began in November of 2013, not January of 2014. The story also should have said all children in the seats are affected, not just those over 65 pounds....

Correction: Girl Drowns In Grease story
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- In a story Oct. 15 about a girl who drowned in a grease pit at an Alabama ice cream shop, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the name of the shop was Brewster's Real Ice Cream. The correct spelling is Bruster's Real Ice Cream....

Correction: Florida Execution story
STARKE, Fla. (AP) -- In an Oct. 5 story about the execution of a man in Florida, The Associated Press spelled the name of a city wrong. It is Fort Myers, not Fort Meyers....

Clarification: Confederate Monuments-Newly Minted story
ATLANTA (AP) -- In a story Sept. 30 about Confederate statues, The Associated Press reported that Danny Francis, commander of a South Carolina Sons of Confederate Veterans unit, said that some Confederate monuments erected in the past were basically intended to intimidate people. The story should have made clear that when Francis made the comment, he was summarizing the views of a South Carolina NAACP leader....

Correction: Hurricane Categories-Glance story
In a story about hurricane categories, The Associated Press reported erroneously that storm surges were linked to the Saffir-Simpson scale. The National Hurricane Center removed storm surge from the Saffir-Simpson scale several years ago. Hurricane Ivan was a Category 3, not Category 4, when it made U.S. landfall. Hurricane Andrew killed 65 people, not 55. This story also clarifies the number of deaths blamed on Hurricane Charley. Forty people were killed directly and indirectly by the storm....