Remembering Oso: 10 Years Later

FOX 13 takes a look back at the deadliest landslide in U.S. history. The stories of heroism and how the community is healing. Hosted by David Rose and Hana Kim.

Oso Memorial unveiled 10 years after tragedy

Today, marks 10 years since the Oso Landslide. And today, right beneath the scar left by that tragic event, a memorial stands — a testament to dedication and a $5 million investment.

Dedicated, Brave, Strong: The Harper brothers' unyielding commitment to Oso

In the heart of Oso's fire department hangs three words: dedicated, brave, strong. These words not only reflect the spirit of the town, but also define the Harper brothers, Tim and Willy. From growing up in Oso, living their lives here, and committing to their hometown's well-being and security, these words perfectly encapsulate why the brothers are beloved in the community.

Woman remembers six family members killed in Oso landslide

Each year on March 22, for the past decade, 43 tolls mark a remembrance in Oso for the 43 people who died in a devastating landslide. For Jessica Pszonka, who lost six members of her family in the tragedy, the tolls are almost too painful to bear.

Remembering Oso 10 years later

On March 22, 2014, a landslide devoured an entire subdivision of the town of Oso in Snohomish County, killing 43 people.