Hundreds of people who ate at the PIzza Ranch in Slayton, MN lined up to get hepatitis A shots. The restaurant is being investigated for cleanliness.
I think the Star Tribune article's lead is clever, but confusing. It begins by mentioning:
"The Pizza Ranch on Broadway was empty Friday morning, as hundreds of its customers lined up for hepatitis shots just a few blocks away at the county fairgrounds."
and even though it explains the rest in the second paragraph they use "restaurant" to describe the pizza ranch and it still comes off as very vague.
The quote used is even worse. The superintendent, they interviewed, is worried about losing the support for his school, because the pizza place is being shut down. But I have no idea how they support them. At the end they requote him and then it is made clear how, but we have to wait like 10 paragraphs.
A lot of the other stuff is okay. They interviewed a lot of informal sources that really showed that the pizza place is in a small city, and that everyone will pitch in to make sure the pizza place prospers.
The AP article is pretty much a smaller version of the Tribune. Actually some of the quotes used in the Star Tribune are the same. To be honest, I'm kind of curious about plagarism here.