The LA Times article, "Dorner manhunt: $1-million reward offered in bid to end 'terror,'" discusses the reward put out for Dorner's capture. It uses attribution to incorporate quotes and information from various sources, which increases the credibility of the information.
The article incorporated four different sources, several of which were quoted more than once, which increases the importance of that sources. The four sources that were named were a news conference at LAPD headquarters in downtown Los Angeles, Police Chief Charlie Beck, law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation, and Tony Bell - an antonovich spokesman. The sources were scattered throughout the article where they were relevant. The use of each of these sources helped to increase the importance of the information, as well as the credibility of the article.