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The Soup Ladies of Black Diamond Feed First Responders in Oso

The Soup Ladies is a non-profit that feeds First Responders after major disasters, formed by Black Diamond, Washington resident Ginger Passarelli. Her crew has been cooking for First Responders in Oso since the mudslide struck on Saturday.

Help locals keep volunteers supplied in Oso mudslide search effort

As soon as the hillside came crashing down in Oso Saturday, locals went racing to the scene to search for survivors. Many haven't stopped searching since, and an effort is underway to help keep them supplied.

Some anger, frustration with initial search response in Oso mudslide

There's growing frustration from some criticizing rescue efforts following the massive Oso mudslide.

Video: Family dog rescued from home destroyed by Oso mudslide

Amidst the tragedy and devastation of the Oso mudslide comes a small miracle for one family who lost everything - the discovery of their beloved dog alive and well buried in the rubble of what was their home.

Update: Work begins to bring McKenzie home

Work has now begun on the renovation that will make it possible for 7-year-old McKenzie Harris to return home following a devastating accident that left her quadriplegic, thanks in large part to the generosity of the Ron and Don Nation.

How Washington State Patrol Officers Know That You're High

Washington State Patrol Sergeant Mark Crandall is an expert in detecting what drug someone is using, and he trains other officers so they know what to look for when they pull someone over. This is a look into the training process. The Department of Corrections pulls high people off the streets so officers have live people to train with.

Millennials Are Reviving Co-op/Commune Life

Soaring rent prices and a craving for connection has some 20 and 30-somethings moving into co-ops and communes. Here you'll meet some of the residents of Bob the House, a co-op of nine people in Seattle's University District.

Fat Shaming: Can a doctor tell a patient she's obese?

Many overweight people have had awkward and hurtful experiences at a doctor's office. They go in for an ear infection and the doctor would rather talk about losing weight. This is often called 'fat shaming.' A Seattle 'fat positive' woman and an obesity doctor from Swedish weigh in on the issue.

Movie trailer voice goes silent

The guy that talked you into seeing a ton of movies has passed on.

Grandfather writes his own obituary

An 80-year-old man wrote his own obituary that his family found after he died.

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