Kate Allstadt

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WASHINGTON - MARCH 23: In this handout from Washington State Dept of Transportation, an aerial view of the hill that originated the mudslide March 23, 2014 between Darrington and Arlington, Washington. Eight people have been confirmed dead and at least 18 others are still missing after a massive mudslide leveled homes and blocked a river and a road. (Photo by Washington State Dept of Transportation via Getty Images)

Seismic Readings Show 2 Landslides At Oso

Seismometers showed no earthquake triggered Saturday’s landslide at Oso, but seismic signals show there were two major slides during the event, about four minutes apart.

03/27/2014

The Space Needle, right, is viewed May 30, 2000 against the backdrop of downtown Seattle, WA. An earthquake measuring 6.8 in magnitude hit Seattle February 28, 2001. (Photo by Dan Callister/Getty Images)

Study: Over 10,000 Buildings At Risk From Earthquake Triggered Landslides

According to a new study from the University of Washington, more than 10,000 buildings are at high risks from earthquake triggered landslides.

12/16/2013

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