I am absolutely convinced that the concept of "proof-reading" is rapidly becoming totally alien to American newspapers. As a result we are often treated to some very interesting errors, which are either amusing or disgusting, depending on one's reverence for the English language.
As an example, here is an interesting little tidbit from the Durham Herald-Sun. The writer, describing an upcoming basketball game, had this to say:
"The Blue Devils will take on No. 9 Michigan State (21-10), where current Duke coach Joanne P. McCallie led the program to seven highly successful seasons before coming to Durham, at 7 p.m."
Read this one aloud, then answer the following question: How does the writer know she came to Durham at 7 p.m.? Maybe she arrived there at 6:30, or maybe in the afternoon?
Yes, the commas are in the right places, but when read, this one doesn't make sense.