Here are two examples from WPTA/WISE/IndianasNewsCenter, etc.
First, a complicated and important story where the writer has no problem spelling "jaundice" but can't seem to master the word "restaurant".
Earlier in the week, we were told of a "huge" sinkhole at the corner of "Cody and Pemberton Streets. Credibility takes it in the shorts again, as most school children in Fort Wayne know that Cody is an Avenue and Pemberton is a Drive. Note also that "huge" means 10 feet wide. If the hole were 20, we might be told it was "giant".
Some may blame budget cuts, other may point to a more relaxed presentation style. The fact of the matter is that no one seems to care. At this writing, both of these stories are still live on the station's website. This must be acceptable to the station ownership, management and advertisers and viewers. Remember, this is Fort Wayne, where most TV reporters are simply biding their time until Channel 8 in Grand Rapids or Channel 8 in Indy calls. Then, it's off to chase stardom and bright lights of TV showbiz, once called Journalism.