Correction: Helicopter Crash story
LEONARDTOWN, Md. (AP) -- In a story April 18 about a Black Hawk helicopter crash, The Associated Press, relying on information from the U.S. Army, reported erroneously that Tomlin was from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, but he was actually from Chapel Hill, Tennessee....

Correction: Kenya-Land Invasions story
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) -- In a story April 17 about (topic), The Associated Press reported erroneously that the ranches and large-scale farms being invaded by pastoralist herders in search of pasture were acquired in 1990s. In fact some of the land was acquired as far back as 1900....

Correction: Skydiving Accident story
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- In a story April 17 about a woman who has been awarded damages in a skydiving accident, The Associated Press misspelled her name. She is Makenzie Wethington, not Mackenzie Wethington....

Correction: Dino Discovery story
MOAB, Utah (AP) -- In a story April 14 about a newly named dinosaur, The Associated Press erroneously attached photos from a different fossil dig in Utah. The photos have been removed....

Correction: On The Money-Avoiding Student Loan Default story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story April 12 about avoiding student loan defaults, The Associated Press misidentified the organization Betsy Mayotte works for. It should have said that she works at the Center for Consumer Advocacy at American Student Assistance....

Correction: Europe-Hungary story
BRUSSELS (AP) -- In a story April 12 about the European Union launching a probe of Hungary's education law, The Associated Press erroneously reported the location of a university founded by billionaire George Soros. They university is in Budapest, not Bucharest....

Correction: Puerto Rico-Drug Trafficking story
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) -- In a story April 11 about 26 suspects charged with trafficking cocaine at Puerto Rico's main international airport, The Associated Press reported erroneously that authorities seized jewelry, property and a tiger that authorities said the alleged drug leader kept as a pet. Authorities are seeking to seize those items....

Correction: Online Eye Exams story
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- In a story April 8 about optometrists supporting a Connecticut bill limiting online eye exams, The Associated Press reported erroneously the medical title of the co-founder of Opternative, a company that offers such tests. He is an OD, a doctor of optometry, not an OC....

Clarification: Border Tour-Sessions story
NOGALES, Ariz. (AP) -- In a story April 11, The Associated Press reported that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions used the word "filth" to describe the problems with drugs and violence brought on by international criminal organizations. The word was part of Sessions' prepared remarks that were released by the Justice Department, but the attorney general didn't use the term in his speech at the border....

Correction: John Geils obituary
GROTON, Mass. (AP) -- In some versions of an obituary April 11 and 12 for the guitarist J. Geils, The Associated Press reported erroneously that he was a vocalist for the J. Geils Band. He is not credited with vocals on the band's albums....

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