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Correction: March 15, 2016
A report by Lucas Willard about the Nathan Littauer Hospital-union contract mischaracterized negotiations between the hospital and the union. The NYS Nurses Association was the union that had gone on strike in January, not 1199SEIU.
Correction: March 10, 2016
A report by Lucas Willard referred to a state Senate candidate as Chad Putnam; his name is Chad Putman.
Correction: February 29, 2016
A report by capitol correspondent Karen DeWitt quoted Michael Burgess as being part of the statewide group Senior Action Council. The organization wants to emphasize that Burgess was speaking on his own, and does not represent Senior Action Council, which has been neutral on this legislation.
Correction: November 2, 2015
A report by Jim Levulis said Pittsfield Mayor Dan Bianchi unseated Mayor James Ruberto in 2011. In fact, Ruberto did not run. Bianchi beat Peter Marchetti.
Correction: October 19, 2015
In a report by Jim Levulis, the nature of a speed limit change at Hampshire College was inaccurately described. The limit was raised to 17 mph, not lowered.
Correction: September 10, 2015
In a report by Lucas Willard, WAMC incorrectly identified Stuart Baker as Ticonderoga town planner. In fact, he serves on the planning board. Additionally, the initial version of the story misidentified a source as Mike Moser. The actual speaker was Rich Strum.
Correction: August 19, 2015
In a report by Dave Lucas, WAMC incorrectly said Fox News' Megyn Kelly was on hiatus; she is on vacation.
Correction: May 21, 2015
In a report by Lucas Willard, Saratoga Springs company InFormz was misidentified as "Formz".
Correction: May 8, 2015.
In a report by Lucas Willard about technology to locate missing children and adults with cognitive disabilities, a quote by Bert Brodsky of the Alzheimer's Foundation For America was wrongly attributed to Charles Fuschillo.
Correction: March 17, 2015.
An essay that aired March 15 by David Nightingale misidentified Robert Sherwood as Robert Benchley.
Correction: Feb. 12, 2015.
In a report by Lucas Willard about the New York State Liquor Authority extending the closing hours of a Saratoga Springs sports bar, a transcription error on the web version said the SLA said the establishment has had "violations going back at least a decade". No violations were found.
Correction: Jan. 30, 2015
In a commentary by Paul Elisha aired Jan. 30, he mispronounced the name of House Speaker John Boehner. It is pronounced "bay-nur," not "boner."
Correction: Oct. 22, 2014
In a report by Lucas Willard about the acquisition of IBM's chip business by Global Foundries, the IBM plant in East Fishkill was mistakenly identified as being in Westchester County. It's actually in Dutchess County.
Correction: Sept. 24, 2014
In a report by Patrick Garrett on Sen. Schumer's legislation to cut down on carcinogenic fire retardants, the research of UAlbany professor Dr. Susan Shaw was described inaccurately as having concerned children; in fact, it instead showed that the blood of California firefighters contains high levels of toxic flame retardants and their cancer-causing by-products that are released when furniture, plastics and other household materials burn during fires.
Correction: July 31, 2014
In a report by Lucas Willard on an archeology dig in Lake George a source was misidentified as "Pete Bump" instead of "Frank Bump."
Correction: July 28, 2014
During a live report on WAMC's Midday Magazine, WAMC's Pat Bradley referred to mosquitoes instead of ticks when discussing the transmission of Lyme disease.
Correction: February 10, 2014
During Vox Pop's Medical Monday show with WAMC's Alan Chartock, guest Dr. Andalib Nawab mistakenly referred to the mitral valve as being on the right side of the heart. The mitral valve is located on the left side of the heart, posterior to the aortic valve in the left atrium. Listen to the show.
Correction: January 2, 2014
In a recent interview with WAMC's Alan Chartock, guest John Stanmeyer refers to a certain type of Indonesian bench that he bought for $125 in Asia, saying those same benches would probably sell at Asia Barongin Great Barrington, Massachusetts for $2000 or $3000. Asia Barong confirms that the items, in fact, sell in the range of $295 to $365. Listen to the interview.