In all news stories there are facts, but whether those facts are actually reported or turned into opinions is the real issue with journalism.
We are all journalists, in our own right. Let's say we were at a dinner table with ten other guests who all were served the exact same item ordered from the menu. Then, every one of us wrote about our dinning experience and how we liked/disliked the food. Not everyone is going to have the exact same thing to say about everything on their plates. We would hear that someone thought the mashed potatoes were too salty while another person may say that the mashed potatoes were too lumpy. One person may have loved gravy while another person did not. Some people will think that the meat should have been well done while others loved the pink center. So, you see, reporting is based upon one's opinion, most of the time.
I could look at a scantly clad woman and think she looks trashy, while another person may think she is so hot that they admire her with a bit of excitement.
Reporting is all about how one sees something...and then write it down.