IBJ corrects errors in stories and columns. If you see a mistake, please email us to let us know and include a link to the story that needs to be corrected.
We routinely make small changes in stories to correct grammatical or spelling mistakes without additional explanation. However, when we correct errors of fact or clarify stories for context or tone, we will make a note at the end of the story. And starting April 4, we are also listing those corrections here, with links to the updated stories.
Check back to see the latest corrections.
April 20, 2021
A story about a renovation at the Westin Indianapolis downtown hotel was corrected to reflect that the project’s cost is at least $10 million, not “10 figures,” as it appeared in the earlier edition. You can see the corrected story here.
April 17, 2021
Correction: A story about the types of weapons used in a shooting at a FedEx Ground facility initially had the wrong day for the initial shooting. It was Thursday, April 15. Also, the story was updated after the police released additional information indicating that the incident involved two assault rifles. You can see the corrected story here.
April 17, 2021
Correction: A story identifying the names of eight people shot at a FedEx Ground facility has been corrected to reflect corrections the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department made in the spellings of several of the victims’ names. In one case, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department on Saturday completely the name and the age of a victim. That victim is now identified as 50-year-old Jasvinder Kaur. You can see the corrected story here.
March 27, 2021
Correction: A column by Lesley Weidenbener that ran in the March 26 issue and was posted that day online has been corrected to remove inaccurate references to two players. The original column listed two Louisiana State University basketball players as players for the University of Michigan. You can see the corrected version of the story here.