Did you notice the headline last week?
It said, "Blunders will cost you $107 million."
It was a banner headline on page 1 of The Oregonian describing the fact that audits had been conducted regarding a major state public safety communications infrastructure program, the Oregon Wireless Interoperability Network, or OWIN for short. Audits always find problems and this one was no exception.
But, from a journalistic perspective, the headline was very misleading. It should have been something like this: "Audit Finds Problems with OWIN Program."