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  • Oso coverage earns Pulitzer for Seattle Times

    The Seattle Times has won a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of a deadly landslide in Washington state that destroyed a small community north of Seattle, leaving 43 people dead

  • searching for hope

    Max doesn’t look much like a hero. The 8-year-old border collie/blue heeler mix curled up under Robyn Moug’s desk at U.S. HealthWorks in north Spokane, closed his brown eyes and …

  • Spokane hosts Homeland Response Force disaster training

    A plane has just crashed in Spokane, and more than 500 military emergency responders are ready to help. Around 9:30 a.m., they arrive on scene in buses and trucks. They …

  • Obama to visit mudslide

    OLYMPIA — President Obama will visit the mudslide that wiped out part of Oso, Wash., on April 22.

  • Spokane has lower risk for landslides than Western Washington

    Landslides are part of Spokane’s geologic history, though the risk is slim for the type of major slide such as last weekend’s devastating mountainside collapse northeast of Seattle. “Low risk …

  • Obama declares emergency for mudslide

    President Obama signed an emergency declaration to send federal aid to victims of the mudslide in Snohomish County.



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