Two months after a deadly mudslide destroyed a Washington community, three nonprofit organizations have raised more than $7 million and have already spent about half of that to help about 50 families and their neighbors begin to rebuild their lives
A regional council says the money will be made available to support the economic recovery of the Stillaguamish valley communities
Fisheries biologist Pete Verhey waded through the cold, clear creek that feeds into the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River, scanning riffles and side channels looking for evidence of fish eggs.
Friends and family gathered to remember 2 of the people killed in the Oso mudslide.
Hundreds of family photographs and albums are among the personal belongings being recovered by crews searching for victims at a massive debris site left by the deadly mudslide in Washington state.
Officials say many of those thought missing have been located and are safe.
The main goal now is to find more bodies and winnow the list of the 90 people who are still missing in the mudslide that buried the community of Oso on Saturday.
The people of Washington love music. And one genre that is growing in popularity is good old American bluegrass. With its roots in rural America, this fun and entertaining style of music has got toe-tapping, foot stomping festivals all over Washington this summer!
Put some fun in your ‘staycation’ and head out to one of these weekend activities. From celebrating Brazilian culture, to fairs, festivals and fireworks, there’s something for everyone!