Searchers in Washington are using bulldozers and bare hands to work their way through debris at the scene of Saturday’s mudslide near the tiny community of Oso. At least 24 people are believed to have died.
Read original article – Published March 26, 2014 2:30 PM
Map Warns Of Patches Susceptible To Landslides
- Lawmakers plan to spend as little as one day in Juneau, as they meet Thursday for their third special session this year.
- Charging documents state that a seizure caused an accident that left two people dead July 4th last year. The driver in a van accident, Chris Allen, 24, is facing murder and manslaughter charges.
- Alaska Airlines is still ironing out operational wrinkles following the acquisition of Virgin America last year. At the same time, its smaller, regional airline is still grappling with a pilot shortage.
- A green sponge discovered in 2005 in Southeast Alaska waters has unique properties that could be used to treat certain types of cancer. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration hosted a news conference Wednesday morning.