In Oso, reporters break out their toolboxes

More than a week after the March 22 mudslide in Oso, Wash., which destroyed dozens of homes and killed more than two dozen people, it's still remarkable to see how reporters are covering the story.

A package in The New York Times today uses video to show the scope of the damage; it's another example of the skills reporters are expected to bring to the field. Graphic artists are also telling the story. Check out this breathtaking before and after graphic in The Seattle Times.