A box-office results chart in yesterday's Today section misidentified the studio that produced Hairspray. The musical was made by New Line Cinema.
An article about Turners Station in the Maryland section of Saturday's editions of The Sun was accompanied by a photo caption in which Izrea Simon's name was given incorrectly.
An article about a police-involved shooting in yesterday's editions incorrectly attributed a statement to a Baltimore police spokeswoman as to what clubs and bars a man had visited before being fatally shot by a police officer. The spokeswoman said the man had visited establishments in the area around Market Place. The article also imprecisely described the way the shooting will be counted in police statistics. It would be listed in the city's murder count if investigators determine that the officer was unjustified in using deadly force.
An article about a proposed gun offender registry in yesterday's editions incorrectly stated the terms under which a person convicted of a gun crime would have to register. An offender would have to register for three years.
The Sun regrets the errors.