Week 10: Journalism 2001. April 7, 2008. Review of last week’s news. Hard News: (murders, city council, government, etc.) Major local stories Major national/international stories Major sports stories Soft News: (retirements, school programs, human interest) Local stories
April 7, 2008
(murders, city council, government, etc.)
(retirements, school programs, human interest)
INT’L FALLS, Minn. – The International Falls Bronco boys basketball team beat the Cook gophers 71-53 before a huge crowd Friday night at the Falls High Gym.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – On a high from winning one of the longest series against Minnesota State, University of Minnesota showed no weakness as they went on to beat St. Cloud State University 3-2 on March 20, 2008.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.— The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
John Doe was taken into custody Wednesday for murdering Sally Smith Tuesday night.
John Doe was taken into custody Wednesday in connection with (or in the investigation of) the Tuesday night slaying of Sally Smith.
Is this news?:
John Doe, who was elected Wednesday to be president of the local chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, was treated last summer for a venereal disease, the Daily Bugle has learned.
Public school groundskeeper John Doe is unfit by temperament and intelligence to adequately perform his duties, sources who wish to remain anonymous said Wednesday.
Attorney John Doe, who will represent the widow in the embezzlement case, is the most incompetent lawyer in town, according to courthouse observers.
John Jones was seen entering the Shady Oaks motel yesterday with a woman. The motel is located in a known prostitution area.
More protection from libel action if plaintiff is a public person.
If grading tonight:
215 and above: A
Less than 140: F