April 1st, 2014
10:14 PM ET

Up close look at Washington landslide search

For the first time since the Washington landslide, authorities are allowing an up close look at the search area. It is a heartbreaking scene, at least 28 people died there and 22 others are still missing. There are nearly 600 people combing the scene, and in some areas the mud is 70 feet deep. Ana Cabrera got a first hand look.

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March 28th, 2014
09:49 PM ET

Heartbreaking stories of loss in Washington's landslide

Natasha Huestis had left her four-month-old daughter with her mother when the Washington landslide hit. Natasha says she realized she lost both of them when she learned "there was nothing left where the houses were." She speaks to Gary Tuchman about how she is finding strength in a time like this.

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March 28th, 2014
12:25 AM ET

Holding onto hope after the Washington landslide

Rescuers are not giving up hope of finding more landslide victims alive in the rubble north of Seattle. After all, they’ve found a dog buried alive. Gary Tuchman has that incredible story and those of victims’ families.

Anderson discussed the search with volunteer firefighter Jeff McClelland.

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March 26th, 2014
10:53 PM ET

Web exclusive: Robin Youngblood tells Anderson how she survived the Washington landslide

Robin Youngblood is one of the lucky ones. Her house was ripped from its foundation and landed a quarter-mile away, but she survived. Youngblood spoke to Anderson and described how the slide moved her house in 30-seconds and smashed it to "matchsticks." In their full conversation, she goes into detail about what she believes caused the ground to give way, and what she plans to do now.

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March 26th, 2014
10:50 PM ET

Searching for landslide survivors and praying for miracles in Washington

Search crews are working as quickly as possible in very dangerous conditions following the Washington landslide. The mud in some areas resembles quicksand and buried dozens of buildings. Washington's Governor described the area as suffering "100% devastation." Gary Tuchman has the latest on the search.

March 26th, 2014
12:16 AM ET

Rescuers race to find victims after Washington landslide

It has been days since rescuers in rural Washington pulled any survivors from the deadly landslide. A chunk of mountain gave way and took just seconds to turn a town into a massive debris field. Up to 24 people are dead and there are many more who are reported missing. Gary Tuchman has the latest from Darrington, Washington.

Some landslide survivors waiting for word on their loved ones have already resigned themselves to the worst. George Howell has the story.

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March 25th, 2014
01:05 AM ET

Woman missing four loved ones after Washington landslide: Pray for us please

Fears of a new landslide hampered rescue efforts north of Seattle today. The death toll from the landslide continues to rise, and the number of people reported missing nearly doubled today. Nichole Webb Rivera's parents, daughter and daughter's fiancé are among the missing.

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