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A story on Monday’s front page about a child who contracted salmonella from the family dogs included two photo captions that reversed the pets’ names. Bailey, a Shetland sheepdog, and Abby, a greyhound, are no longer carriers of salmonella.

A story and photo caption about Vani Hari, who blogs as the Food Babe at foodbabe.com, published on Sunday’s front page, said that the first version of Hari’s website included a photo of herself doing a yoga pose in a bikini. She actually used cartoons when she started foodbabe.com. The photo was used on her Facebook page and, later, on her website.

A front-page story Wednesday gave the wrong hometown of state Sen. Ralph Hise. He is from Spruce Pine.

A story on 5A Friday about new principals in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools gave the wrong school district that Anthony Calloway left to join CMS. He previously was with Liberty County Schools in Georgia.

In some editions Thursday, a story on 4A about a domestic violence vigil for Bianca Tanner incorrectly stated the name of Angelo Smith Jr.’s fraternity. He is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi.

In some editions Wednesday, a story on page 4A about Nash Grier gave the wrong date for his posting of a video on Vine that contained a gay slur. He posted it in April 2013, according to Nash Grier and his father, Chad.

A story on page 7B in some editions of Monday’s sports section incorrectly reported UNC reached out to former men’s basketball player Rashad McCants on Sunday. The university reached out to McCants in a letter on June 6.

In June 29 editions, a story about Camp Celo misstated the cost of the camp: It ranges from $1,000 to $2,150.

In some editions Wednesday, a story on page 4A about Angelo Smith being a “person of interest” in the disapperance of Bianca Tanner erred in saying Smith had moved to Charlotte from Greensboro. It was Tanner who moved from Greensboro.

A story on Tuesday’s front page about the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Hobby Lobby case gave the incorrect name for the president of Interactive Knowledge Inc., a Charlotte company that develops websites. His name is Tim Songer.

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