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The fire reached about 1.5 acres Sunday afternoon.
Forty-three people perished in the 2014 Oso mudslide. On Monday, the community gathered again.
The bill appropriates $40 million annually for 3D mapping and disaster preparation.
A bill pushing more funding toward 3D mapping and disaster preparation is on the president’s desk.
Snohomish County’s regional trail from Arlington to Darrington was interrupted by slides and washouts.
People gathered to reflect on the loss of 43 people. Work remains for raising money for a memorial.
Gary J. Ray admitted he took at least $10,000 intended for families affected by the 2014 disaster.
At the historic cabin in the sky, they interact with hikers and enjoy the majestic solitude.
The early morning collision sent logs and debris across the road, closing Highway 530 for hours.
The PNW Paradise Ball and Auction will benefit a $6 million commemoration and education project.
The 46-year-old man was killed after the SUV he was driving crashed into a dump truck.
Few details had been released regarding the collision. State troopers were investigating the cause.
Use of 3-D maps to help scientists identify disasters before they happen was a bipartisan winner.
Barbara Tolbert, a tireless advocate for Arlington and the county, will be lauded for community service.
The body of Douglas W. Fister, 63, was found in water near the site of the Oso mudslide.
A Friday ceremony honored those who died and unveiled plans for a 4-acre park at the disaster site.
From 2014, our video about the disaster and its aftermath.
The brother of a slide victim says a 23-mile stretch is “sacred ground and that’s how it should be treated.”
Rep. DelBene hopes 3-D maps will allow scientists to identify the next disaster before it happens.
The DNR wants to study the area around the Oso slide and similar terrain across the state.