Correction from past issue

Due to an unfortunate case of journalistic hyperbole, the legal case at the heart of the most recent “The Odd Dominion” (“Felony cat hoarding,” May 29) was incorrectly identified. Although animal cruelty is a Class 6 felony in Virginia (VA ST 3.1-796.122), the charge in the reported case was actually felony destruction of property. We sincerely regret the error.

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Correction from past issue

In the February 6 “Ask Ace” column, it was stated that Super Bowl XXXV was played in 2000. The game took place in 2001, as the culmination of the 2000 season. In addition, Anthony Poindexter was left off the list of former UVA players who have played in the Super Bowl. Poindexter was a member of the Baltimore Ravens team that won Super Bowl XXXV. Ace wants to thank Glenys Jones for her careful reading of his column.

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