Kim McLaughlin, a General Mills employee injured when a trailer owned by the former Bakery Salvage Corp. collapsed, was loading offal, a grain byproduct, at the time of the accident, not animal entrails as was reported in some editions of Monday's News. General Mills said it has no animal byproducts at its South Michigan Avenue plant. McLaughlin has accepted a $2.5 million settlement from Bakery Salvage's insurance carrier.
John E. Hemphill dropped out of the primary race for Erie County legislator from the Third District. He was incorrectly referred to as a candidate in an editorial in last Friday's editions.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- The Associated Press, in a story The Buffalo News published on Sept. 11, misreported the year of a Supreme Court ruling involving desegregation in Charlotte schools. A federal judge's decision had launched busing to achieve racial balance in the district in 1969. The U.S. Supreme Court upheld that decision in 1971.
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