Looks like the embarrassing excuse for editing coming out of most newspaper organizations lately. I remember when the front page of a newspaper was something to be proud of from a linguistic sense. The teachers would bring them up in school as an example of proper grammer, spelling, etc. I doubt anyone would have the balls to try that with any current news offering.
Another example of the dumbed-down populace brought about by our rapidly declining educational systems.
#8. "RE: Proof reading in advertising" In response to dtellier (Reply # 6) Thu May-31-12 06:08 PM by Shelly
Nearly all newspapers and broadcasters adhere to the Associated Press Stylebook which lists proper punctuation and sentence structure. AP just recently took their ban off on the word "hopefully" so you will soon start seeing that appearing in newspaper articles.
It's not just printed media either. I hear this on local radio station: "Stocking is ....., if you know someone who is being stocked call New Hope blah blah." The correct word is "stalking". Another one refers to a company and it's "sub-si-dairies" instead of "subsidiaries". Once in awhile the newscaster will refer to the Hanford Nuculer plant.