AC­CU­RACY AND ETHICS

Chicago Tribune - - CHICAGO INC. - Mar­garet Holt, stan­dards edi­tor

The Tri­bune’s edi­to­rial code of prin­ci­ples

gov­erns pro­fes­sional be­hav­ior and jour­nal­ism stan­dards. Ev­ery­one in our news­room must agree to live up to this code of con­duct. Read it at chicagotri­bune.com/ac­cu­racy.

Cor­rec­tions and clar­i­fi­ca­tions:

Pub­lish­ing in­for­ma­tion quickly and ac­cu­rately is a cen­tral part of the Chicago Tri­bune’s news re­spon­si­bil­ity.

In Sun­day’s Life+Style sec­tion, a fea­ture about “things to do with kids” in­cor­rectly listed the day for two events spon­sored by the For­est Pre­serves of Cook County in honor of Earth Day. Those events will be Satur­day.

The Fri­day A&E celebrity news story on Page 2 con­tained wrong ages for the celebrity birth­days on April 13. The cor­rect ages are: Singer Al Green is 72; ac­tor Ron Perl­man, 68; drum­mer Max Wein­berg, 67; and ac­tor Rick Schroder, 48. The Tri­bune re­grets the er­rors.

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