In an article yesterday about Texas Gov. George W. Bush's speech on education, a quote by Kiki Moore, spokeswoman for Vice President Gore, was incorrectly attributed to Gore.
A photo caption accompanying an article in Thursday's Business section about the delay of Amtrak high-speed train service misidentified a testing facility. The Transportation Technology Center in Pueblo, Colo., is owned by the Federal Railroad Administration, which operates it jointly with the Association of American Railroads.
The movie "Outside Providence" is based on the novel of the same name by Peter Farrelly. The events in the movie and the novel are fiction and are not based in any way on Farrelly's life, as a Style review Wednesday stated.
An Aug. 22 article incorrectly said the book "Health Online," written by Tom Ferguson and published in 1996, was the first guide to medical sites on the World Wide Web. In fact, "Doctor Tom Linden's Guide to Online Medicine," by Tom Linden and Michelle Kienholz, was published in 1995.
In a Sports roundup in July 15 editions, it was incorrectly reported that Laurie Del Negro, who had sued NBA Properties, alleging it caused her to be falsely arrested and publicly humiliated for buying and reselling four dozen San Antonio Spurs caps outside the Alamodome on May 29, was the wife of former Spurs guard Vinny Del Negro. Laurie Del Negro and Vinny Del Negro, now a member of the Milwaukee Bucks, do not know each other and are married to different people.