Firefighters Battling 80-acre Blaze Near OsoTwo local fire departments are helping fight the fire, which is not threatening any homes, and has not caused any injuries.
New Research: Devastating Washington Landslide No OutlierLast year's devastating landslide in Oso was no outlier, according to a new study from the University of Washington.
Anonymous Donor Pays Off Oso Victim's MortgageAn anonymous donor has paid off the nearly $360,000 mortgage of a man who was a victim of 2014's deadly Oso landslide
Oso Victims Remembered Year After Deadly SlideA solemn crowd gathered in Oso, Washington, on Sunday to honor 43 people who lost their lives a year ago in the deadliest landslide in U.S. history.
Communities Receive State Medals For Oso Mudslide ResponseBefore a packed audience at a joint session of the Washington state Legislature, Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday awarded the state Medal of Valor to Oso and surrounding communities for their work responding to last year's mudslide that killed 43 people.
Governor Signs Medal Of Valor Bill For Oso RescuersPreviously, the medal of valor could only be given to one recipient for taking action to save one or more lives
Searchers: Last Body Found From Oso LandslideThe body of 44-year-old Kris Regelbrugge, whose husband also died, was pulled out of the debris from the March 22nd disaster.
FAA: Helicopter Crashes Near Oso Television footage of the accident scene showed the pilot being placed on a gurney. He was able to move his arms.
Last Body In Oso Mudslide Found Workers have been screening debris and watching for the body of 44-year-old Molly Kristine "Kris" Regelbrugge
Scientists: Intense Rainfall Played Major Role In Deadly Oso Mudslide The team says the slide, the deadliest in U.S. history, occurred in two major stages
Sheriff: Another Body Found At Oso Mudslide Officials say another body has been recovered from the site of a landslide that killed dozens of people
Three Charities Raise $7M After Oso Mudslide 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