The Salt Lake Tribune has come up with a story-on-a-story approach to its front page --- a so-called SOS --- that essentially summarizes it in 3.4 inches of text.
Readers find so-called "turns" frustrating, and in a broadsheet format, flipping back and forth to and from a turn can be next to impossible (especially on the commute). This approach basically teases the content but supplies enough of it to understand the piece inside.
The Tribune is, like many other papers, looking for more reader-friendly ways to deliver content. The Poynter Institute provides a look at the initiative.