I am trying to use ways OTHER than in info-dump monologue from the MC to reveal details of a murder/traumatic event to another character. The MC isn't dealing healing well from the trauma she endured, and this makes her an unreliable narrator for the retelling. I've already got several scenes where other characters reveal certain details to my receiving character, and by default, the audience. BUT, I'm leaning toward a newspaper article to give him a really solid, objective, retelling. Obviously this will lack the emotional component of the MC's perspective on it, but I plan to take care of that later. The question is: how much detail would a home-town newspaper really include? Names, I assume. Dates, times... but not so much on the what-weapon-was-used-where-how-injuries sustained, etc.? How much do you feel I could get away with, without feeling over-done? Many thanks for opinions!