In the Star Tribune's article, "Mound Westonka Hockey Players Suspended After Cafeteria Dance," the author leads with the information that some players on the Mound Westonka boys hockey team were suspended and not allowed to play in their section game Friday because they danced to the "Harlem Shake" in the cafeteria.
This lead summarizes what happened, to whom, and why. The article then says six hockey players and other students filmed the "Harlem Shake," a current Internet phenomenon, and had the video camera taken away by the school's activities director. The hockey team ended up losing their game and parents reportedly confronted the activities director.
In the Star Tribune's follow up article, "Mound Westonka Reduces Suspensions of Hockey Players," the author leads with information that school officials were reducing the punishment, but the involved students' parents' want dismissal of the administrators who authorized the discipline.
This lead has a lot of new information to the story. The follow up article describes how parents and students were notified of the reduced suspension and quotes from the school's principal. The follow up article also has more quotes and opinions of affected parties. The article also mentions a $75 ticket that the students were fined by police, and that the school is asking police to reconsider the tickets.
The main news is summarized by putting the main details of who, what, why, when, and where in the beginning, then adding quotes and more detailed information and description of what the "Harlem Shake" video is.
The second story advances the news, by reporting the reduction of the punishment and including the school's principal's voice as well as more student voices and parent voices.