Last week, in a graph ("Spring Council Elections," News, April 29) depicting highest and lowest voter turnout in each decade over the last 90 years, the final two years (2000 and 2005) were plotted incorrectly such that the highest turnout of the last decade appeared lower than the lowest turnout.

Also last week, in "No Bus, No Fuss," News, April 29, the image of a quick response code was – due to editing error – identified as an example of Capital Metro's new QR codes providing information for bus and train riders. In fact, the specific QR code pictured simply leads to a page on Cap Metro's website explaining the new technology.

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