Acapulco Drug Violence
"Brazen daylight killings by presumed drug smugglers just up the hill from Acapulco Bay are stoking fears that bloody drug wars will cripple Mexico's $12 billion tourism industry." Great lead for this article! The Star Tribune's piece, "Drug violence in Acapulco may scare away tourists," talked about how drug cartel dealings are now happening closer to five-star hotels. To make the story better they should have placed the deaths and beheadings closer to the top of the story to draw in the audience more strongly. Also, the only quote was from the mayor. The story would have had more substance if prospective or recent tourists to the area were interviewed.