A Sept. 6 Metro article incorrectly said that Montgomery County officials are awaiting the outcome of several investigations before making changes in their development review process. The county has already made several changes, including an increase in the number of staff reviewing new construction projects.

In some Sept. 6 editions, the Oklahoma city of McAlester was misspelled in the dateline of a Style article about a prison rodeo.

A Sept. 6 Business article incorrectly said that the price of gasoline across the nation had exceeded the previous inflation-adjusted high of about $3.11 a gallon set in 1981. The inflation-adjusted high was breached only in some parts of the country.

A Sept. 5 Sports headline incorrectly said that Cincinnati Reds outfielder Ken Griffey Jr. had passed Mickey Mantle on the all-time home run list Sunday. Griffey tied Mantle for 12th place.

A calendar in the Sept. 5 Sports section incorrectly listed the Philadelphia Phillies as the Washington Nationals' opponent for the coming weekend. The Nationals face the Atlanta Braves on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

A Sept. 5 article incorrectly said that Judge Perez Drive in New Orleans was named for Leander Perez. It was named for Judge Melvin Perez.

The Chilean film "Machuca," with a discussion afterward, will be shown Sunday, Sept. 11, at 7:30 p.m. at the Avalon Theater in Northwest Washington. The Sept. 4 Sunday Arts section incorrectly said the event was scheduled for Thursday.

A Sept. 4 Travel article on animal migrations incorrectly identified the director of bird conservation at the National Audubon Society. He is Greg Butcher, not Greg Butler.

A Sept. 4 Q&A on Hurricane Katrina in the Travel section incorrectly referred to Dauphin Island, Ala., as Dolphin Island.

An Aug. 10 Style article contained an incorrect Web address for the site of author Periel Aschenbrand. The correct address is www.bodyasbillboard.com.