AFP: Same Story, Two Different Towns

Two Ohio towns. Identical story. That's what the AFP presented to us on Sunday and then again yesterday. On Sunday, we read this:

The streets are empty. Trash rustles down the road past rusted barbecues, abandoned furniture, sagging homes and gardens turned to weed. This is Shaker Heights, a suburb of Cleveland and a town ravaged by the subprime mortgage crisis roiling the United States. Faded "for sale" signs sit in front of deserted houses. The residents are gone, either in search of new jobs after the factories shut down, or in shame after being evicted for missing their mortgage payments. A red, white and blue American flag flies over windows and doors which have been boarded up to keep the drug dealers away.

Monday, we read this:

The streets are empty. Trash rustles down the road past rusted barbecues, abandoned furniture, sagging homes and gardens turned to weed. This is Mount Pleasant, a neighborhood in southeastern Cleveland ravaged by the subprime mortgage crisis roiling the United States. Faded "for sale" signs sit in front of deserted houses. The residents are gone, most after being evicted for missing their mortgage payments. A red, white and blue American flag flies over windows and doors which have been boarded up to keep the drug dealers away.

Keep comparing the two. The wording is verbatim in both yarns. Now, I don't know much about Ohio, but the merest bit of online checking shows that Shaker Heights and Mount Pleasant aren't even in the same county. Just a [very] lazy day at the AFP?UPDATE: I was hasty in my geographical assessment above. My initial Googling showed that Mount Pleasant is not only a separate town elsewhere in Ohio (which is why I wrote what I did at first), but further delving showed it is indeed the name of a "neighborhood" within the Cleveland city limits. Shaker Heights is a suburb of Cleveland. As such, the two entities should be fairly close to one another. However, this doesn't change the gist of this post indicating laziness (among other things) at the AFP.