CORRECTIONS

THE BALTIMORE SUN

An item in some editions yesterday about the trial of a man accused of stealing the laptop computer of Baltimore's labor commissioner misidentified the neighborhood where the commissioner lives. He lives in Ten Hills.

A headline in Tuesday's editions incorrectly stated when jury selection was to begin in the murder trial of Terrence Tolbert, accused of killing Annapolis businessman Straughan Lee Griffin in September 2002. In fact, jury selection was scheduled for yesterday.

An article in Saturday's editions about an 8-year-old powerlifter incorrectly paraphrased a remark by the girl's father, Bernard Vasquez. The article said that Vasquez believes his daughter's weightlifting is no riskier than head-smacking soccer balls or jumping somersaults off a balance beam. He actually said that there are risks in other sports, just as there are in powerlifting, but did not specify any others.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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