An obituary for George W. Kopf, 81, of Media, published April 13, omitted the name of surviving son George. A corrected obituary appears in today's Local News section.

Virginia basketball player Sean Singletary, who applied for this year's NBA draft, graduated from Penn Charter High School. An article in yesterday's Sports section named the incorrect high school.

Because of incorrect information provided by the Philadelphia Police Department, The Inquirer on Tuesday misidentified one of the two men injured Friday afternoon when an SUV jumped the curb and struck them on Locust Street in Center City. The misidentified man was Winston Chit, 47, who remained in critical condition with a ruptured spleen and head and neck injuries yesterday at Hahnemann University Hospital. The other victim, William Harvey, 54, was released Tuesday from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.

An Inquirer article yesterday about an insurance company once run by mayoral candidate Tom Knox incorrectly quoted Knox campaign manager Josh Morrow as saying that David S. Fishbone, who was compliance officer for the company, had later done legal work for Knox. In fact, Morrow did not specify the nature of Fishbone's subsequent work for Knox.

The Inquirer wants its news report to be fair and correct in every respect, and regrets when it is not. If you have a question or comment about news coverage, contact managing editor Anne Gordon (215-854-4682) at The Inquirer, Box 8263, Philadelphia 19101, or e-mail agordon@phillynews.com.