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Yakima Mudslide Danger Low, But Possible

After the disaster in Oso, Yakima residents might wonder could a mudslide like that in Snohomish County happen in Yakima?

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Mudslide death toll now stands at 21

Authorities say the number of people who have been confirmed dead from the mudslide in Washington state has increased from 18 to 21.

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Rescued Baby Improving, Long-Term Needs for Oso Area in Planning Stages

The 5-month-old baby rescued from the Oso landslide is listed in serious condition and improving at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

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Authorities’ Hopes Fade for Finding Survivors

Washington authorities say they have all but abandoned hope of finding mudslide survivors, but are keeping the official death toll at 17.

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Local Red Cross Offices Helping in Snohomish County

American Red Cross chapters in Yakima and Benton counties are helping people recover from the deadly mudslide.

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List Stands at 90 Confirmed Missing, 25 Dead in Mudslide

A spokesman for authorities dealing with Washington state's deadly mudslide says search crews found an additional body late Wednesday, bringing the death toll to 25 victims.

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Yakima Officials on Standby Ready to Help

The Yakima County Office of Emergency Management is on standby and ready to help if needed in Snohomish County after a deadly mudslide Saturday.

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More Than One Hundred Reports of Missing People in Mudslide

Authorities say they still don't know how many people remain missing from a deadly Washington state mudslide.

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Death Toll Rising in Mudslide

Searchers found five more bodies Sunday in the tangled sludge of a massive landslide in rural Washington state, bringing the death toll to at least eight from the wall of debris that swept through a small riverside neighborhood.

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Eighteen People Missing After Mudslide

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee described the scene of a deadly mudslide that killed three people as a square mile of "total devastation" after flying over the disaster area Sunday.

The governor assured families at a news briefing that every endeavor is being explored to find their loved ones

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