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Outdoors Mudslide: 911 callers ranged from calm to frantic Mudslide: 911 callers ranged from calm to frantic(Video)
Audio recordings of 911 calls made in the moments after a massive, deadly mudslide struck the tiny Washington state town of Oso ranged from a frantic woman who reported people screaming for help to a caller who described her amazement that the landslide had pushed a house all the way across a highway.
Outdoors 50 years ago: 9.2 quake hits Alaska, triggers tsunami wave 50 years ago: 9.2 quake hits Alaska, triggers tsunami wave
The earth shook for 4 1/2 minutes on March 27, 1964, at 5:36 p.m. as the largest earthquake in U.S. history tossed and bent Alaska. The 9.2 magnitude earthquake killed 15 people. Another 113 died in tsunamis, including 4 in Oregon. The damage was costly: $113 million in 1964 dollars, more than $2.3 billion by today's standards.
Outdoors Photos: Aftermath of March 27, 1964, Good Friday quake in Alaska Photos: Aftermath of March 27, 1964, Good Friday quake in Alaska(Photo Gallery)
The earth shook for 4 1/2 minutes on March 27, 1964, at 5:36 p.m. as the largest earthquake in U.S. history tossed and bent Alaska. The 9.2 magnitude earthquake killed 15 people. Another 113 died in tsunamis, including 4 in Oregon. The damage was costly: $113 million in 1964 dollars, more than $2.3 billion by today's standards.
Outdoors Lost & Found Photos: February 8 ice storm Lost & Found Photos: February 8 ice storm(Photo Gallery)
After 2 days of snow, a layer of ice formed around trees, signs, light fixtures, cars - anything stationary outdoors. I took the dog for a walk at dusk, shot some photos, got home in time for dinner - and the power to go out for 6 days. These photos from February 8, 2014, got lost in the process.
Outdoors Group retracing trek of wandering Oregon wolf OR-7 Group retracing trek of wandering Oregon wolf OR-7
Wildlife advocates are preparing to retrace the 1,200-mile path of a wandering wolf whose trek in 2011 across Oregon and California attracted worldwide attention, hoping their upcoming journey will help build greater acceptance of wolves as they reclaim lost territories across the West.
Outdoors Voices crying for help stop in huge landslide Voices crying for help stop in huge landslide(Photo Gallery)(Video)
Voices of people crying for help in the wreckage of a deadly Washington state mudslide have stopped, and hopes of finding any more survivors waned as searchers pulled more bodies from the tangled debris field and crews worked through the night into Monday.