landslides and mudslides Headlines

  • A83 reopens after landslides cleared

    Workers cleared around 3,000 tonnes of debris to allow the first traffic back on the Rest and Be Thankful road in Argyll since the October 9 closure.

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  • Villagers dodge landslide after listening to their instincts

    A group of Indian villagers managed to cheat death after they felt rumbling beneath them and avoided a landslide while travelling along a road in Chamba, Himachal Pradesh, in northern India

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  • Recurring landslides due to illegal miners

    There’s a common thread in the recent fatal landslides in Benguet and Mountain Province. It’s the same thread in ruinous recurring mudslides in Marikina, Pangasinan, Nueva Vizcaya, Bulacan, Rizal, Quezon, Palawan, Camarines, Samar, Surigao, Compostela Valley, and Davao. by Jarius Bondoc
  • UC lesson: Nobody wins in a landslide

    A University of Cincinnati geologist is studying one of the lesser-known hazards of life in the West: landslides.
  • The Latest: Mudslides now a risk for Southern California

    Cool weather is helping fire crews increase their containment of the Northern California deadly blaze that razed a town and killed at least 56 people.
  • How ‘Landslide Lyndon’ stole the Senate race in 1948

    Special to By Bill Federer, November 14, 2018 In 1941, Lyndon Baines Johnson ran for U.S. Senate. Franklin D. Roosevelt made a speech on the eve of the election criticizing LBJ’s opponent, Wilbert Lee O’Daniel, nevertheless, LBJ lost by 1,311 votes. LBJ alleged voter fraud. In 1948, LBJ ran for Senate again. On election […]

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