Capital Gazette wins special Pulitzer Prize citation for coverage of newsroom shooting that killed five


The Baltimore Sun

A photo caption in Sunday's Arts & Life section misidentified William Andrew Fuld as his father, William Fuld, creator of the Ouija Board. William Andrew Fuld was pictured with his sister, Katherine Fuld, in the 1939 file photo.

An article in Saturday's editions about police shootings misidentified the spokesman for the Annapolis Police Department. His name is Hal Dalton.

The In Business feature in Saturday's editions misstated the awards won recently by Williams Scotsman Inc. The Baltimore-based company received three first-place awards and two honorable mentions for building projects from the Modular Building Institute.

An article in yesterday's A section included a garbled word and an incomplete paragraph. It should have read:

About a quarter of adults age 60 and older no longer have their natural teeth, experts say, and many older adults who do keep their teeth suffer from health problems such as pain, cavities, shifting teeth and receding gums, to name a few.

This month, the General Assembly increased state funding in an effort to expand dental care for poor children.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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