Here are the elements of a newspaper article citation:
Follow the article title with the title of the newspaper. Make sure you italicize the newspaper title and DO NOT add a period at the end of the newspaper title!
Next comes the date of the newspaper. The format for the date may be different than what you are used to. The example article was published on May 20, 2009. Express the date as 20 May 2009, followed by a colon.
Note: In your citation, abbreviate all months except May, June, and July.
The final element in your citation is the page the article appears on in the newspaper. My article is on page B1. If my article started on one page B1 and then continued on another page, I would cite it as B1+. End you citation with the format of the article (print).
Note: Don't put "page" or "p." before the page number(s).
Since newspaper articles don't always list an author, here's an example of a newspaper article citation with no author. If there is no author, start your citation with the article title.