This is the lead that I analyzed; it is a from a Kare 11 local article about two twins adopted from Haiti.
BLOOMINGTON, Minn -- Two Haitian toddlers who survived the earthquake are home in Minnesota. The two-year-old twins were granted humanitarian parole earlier in the week.
The reporter included the who (two-year-old Haitian toddlers), the what (survived the earthquake, now granted parole), the where (now in Minnesota), and the when (earlier this week), in his two sentence lead.
While each part of the lead was detailed, I did not think it was very clear. Kare 11 is a local news station, and the local tie-in (which is what makes it interesting for their readers) was unclear. From reading this lead, I did not understand that in was a Minnesotan woman who was adopting the twins.
The lead was hard news lead, but not as straightforward and clear as it could have been.