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A story on 4A Monday about fundraising for judicial campaigns included a photo of the wrong Bob Hunter. The photo should have shown N.C. Supreme Court Associate Justice Bob Hunter but instead showed N.C. Court of Appeals Judge Bob Hunter.

In some editions of Sunday’s Observer, an Associated Press story about the workplace beheading in Oklahoma incorrectly said the FBI was asked to investigate the background of a police officer. The FBI was asked to investigate the background of suspect Alton Nolen.

Friday’s CLT section gave the wrong date for a speech by journalist Bob Woodruff. He’ll speak 7 p.m. Oct. 2 in Dana Auditorium, 1900 Selwyn Ave., on the Queens University of Charlotte campus. Tickets are $40. Details: 704-688-2838.

Due to incorrect information provided by Habitat for Humanity, a story on 4A Tuesday about revitalization of Arvin Meadows incorrectly described why a project stalled. The developer ceased work due to the recession, Habitat officials say.

A story on 1C Wednesday about a new book, “27 Views of Charlotte,” gave the incorrect name for the farm mentioned in the essay “A Sense of Place.” It is Bigham farm.

A review on 3C Sunday of the “In the Hood” exhibition at the New Gallery of Modern Art that said some “tea party extremists” perpetuate the ideology of the Ku Klux Klan should have attributed that viewpoint to the exhibition.

An item on 4A Monday referring to online photos about the N.C. Special Olympics Sailing Regatta incorrectly stated in some editions when the event took place. The event began Saturday and ended Sunday.

A story on 8A Friday gave the wrong location for one of Duke Energy’s four planned swimming beaches in the Charlotte region. Duke plans to build a swimming beach at Beatty’s Ford Park on Lake Norman in eastern Lincoln County, not at Col. Francis Beatty Park in Matthews.

Due to an editing error, a brief Wednesday on page 5A incorrectly said Taylor Love Blake, a 16-year-old Lincolnton girl, had not been missing five days. Blake had last been seen at home Friday night and was reported missing Saturday.

A story on Tuesday’s front page about the expansion of Charlotte software company AvidXchange included an outdated name for the commercial real estate firm helping with its search for a new headquarters. Jones Lang LaSalle now goes by JLL.

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