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Do you know where this news came from?

There were many big, international news stories this week, and newspapers around the country covered them in many different ways -- putting local spins on them ... or ignoring them completely to talk about pig farming or moose-eating bears instead. Such is the beauty of local news coverage. How easy is it to pinpoint where a paper's front page is from based on how they cover the news? Try it out on a few A-1s from this week in our quiz here. Expert level: Use only the headlines.

1

Newseum

Which state did this front page come from?

Florida
Hawaii
New Mexico
Louisiana

2

Newseum

Which state did this front page come from?

Iowa
Oklahoma
Kentucky
Kansas

3

Newseum

Which state did this front page come from?

Ohio
North Dakota
Wisconsin
Idaho

4

Newseum

Which state did this front page come from?

Iowa
Delware
Michigan
Oregon

5

Newseum

Which state did this front page come from?

North Dakota
Alaska
California
Colorado

6

Newseum

Which state did this front page come from?

California
Washington
New York
Oregon

7

Newseum

Which state did this front page come from?

Washington, D.C.
Texas
Arizona
Utah

8

Newseum

Which state did this front page come from?

New York
Michigan
South Dakota
Washington, D.C.

Your score: 0 / 8

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