As the death toll climbs over 20, and the extent of damage from the Oso, WA mudslide continues to be evaluated, Inslee's request would allow a variety of federal programs to assist victims of the March 22 catastrophe.
State officials, the Red Cross and others have been overwhelmed with requests for information and people wanting to know how they can help the hundreds of people affected by the horrific Oso, WA mudslide that has already claimed nearly two dozen lives.
With the death toll at least at 8, and over 100 people still classified as missing, officials are searching to find the cause of the massive mudslide near Oso, WA. Pictured are members of the Langston family, who's home in Darrington was flooded by displaced river waters from the slide.&n…
It looks like the predictions we often about hear about California breaking off into the ocean someday may not be far off. On Sunday, a stretch of road in the Los Angeles area slid into the ocean after heavy rains.