The New York Times second-day story link: "After Honduars Fire, Cries for Justice Amid Tears"
The lead in the first news story sticks to the hard evidence of what actually happened during the Honduras prison fire. The second new story's lead writes from an emotional standpoint--by beginning its story with a personal account relating to the fire, which involves a short story about a mother's memory of her son, an inmate who had been killed in the fire.
The second-day article strays away from presenting updated information on the actual prison fire itself and focuses its attention on the opinions of relatives of those who were killed in the blaze as well as including criticisms of the current standards of Honduras prisons.
The second story involves many more accounts and attributions that are featured through the article as well as more specific factual information (like how fewer than half of the Comayagua prison prisoners had been convicted--397 of 858 inmates). The various accounts placed throughout the article serves as a decent transition from one opinion to the next and, ultimately helped to push the story along.