Tuesday, April 1
(Oso, WA) -- There is some good news in a place where it's been very hard to find any. The number of people feared missing is down dramatically in the huge mudslide in Washington state. Authorities said over the weekend that the number missing or unaccounted for has fallen from 90 to 30. The number of confirmed dead is up to 21, officials said Sunday night. More than 600 people are working on search efforts in the rural area about an hour north of Seattle.