The lead written for the Star Tribune story about a shooting inside the Target Center seemed a bit vague, even though it did contain what, who, where and when. None of the information, except where, was detailed.
"Two men fought late Saturday," which are the first five words in the lead, tell the necessary information, but do not do much to intrigue me.
It does mention later in the story that police refused to revealed to more details than they did, which may be a reason for the vague lead.
It was a well written hard-news lead, including many basic answers to the questions words and getting the news to the reader effectively.