http://www.miamiherald.com/461/story/231929.html September 10, 2007
The byline was missing from a column that appeared on the front of Sunday's Issues & Ideas section. The column, titled 'Thinking our way to victory,' was written by George Will.
Il prend comme siennes les idées des autres!
http://www.miamiherald.com/461/story/229964.html September 8, 2007
A photo caption on Page 1B of Friday's Broward & State edition misspelled the name of Hollywood Mayor Mara Giulianti.
A story that appeared inside the Metro and Broward sections on Friday incorrectly said convicted felons could apply to have their records sealed. Under Florida law, they are ineligible to have their files sealed.
In Todd Wright's story on Sept. 7th, Mara's name is in the first sentence. How do you not notice that in doing the liner note under her photo? "Hollywood Mayor Mara Giulianti is the marquee witness in the public corruption trial of suspended Commissioner Keith Wasserstrom, but it was a retired city purchasing agent's testimony Thursday that poked the biggest hole so far in the state's case."
In the actual story on the turnout, the Herald's Mary Ellen Klas and Susannah A. Nesmith blamed a local radio station for having broadcast erroneous information about convicted felons, but made no mention of the Herald's own role in the turnout debacle: "Organizers were a little overwhelmed by the turnout in Little Haiti, which was boosted by an inaccurate announcement on a local radio station -- that anyone with a felony arrest could get the file sealed."
http://www.miamiherald.com/461/story/224725.html September 4, 2007A story that appeared on Page 1B in the Metro & State edition on Friday mischaracterized the reasons behind an Aug. 28 march organized by black leaders in Miami-Dade County. The march was aimed at commemorating the 1963 March on Washington and on calling attention to an array of local issues, such as affordable housing to labor concerns.
http://www.miamiherald.com/461/story/220944.html August 31, 2007
A headline in the World Briefs column misstated the gender of former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto, who is a woman. The headline ran in some Thursday editions on Page 16A.
http://www.miamiherald.com/461/story/212305.html August 23, 2007
A Business Brief on Page 1C Tuesday misstated Lennar's ticker symbol. It is LEN. And, Vice President Marshall Ames bought Lennar shares on the open market; he did not exercise options.
Good thing that Lennar is a Miami-based company so that someone in the Herald's Business section -one of THE worst in the country!- might actually spot the mistake. Oops!