Emergency and disaster management briefing for October 4, 2017: Las Vegas police release video of mass shooting, Verizon announces increase in users affected by 2013 Yahoo security breach - and more news.
After two days, a survivor is pulled from earthquake rubble in Mexico City, a Florida nursing home license is revoked following the deaths of ten patients, weak infrastructure leaves Puerto Rico in the dark following Hurricane Maria, two more sinkholes have opened up in Central Florida, British Columbia is finally seeing relief from its devastating wildfire season, SEC computers may still contain major vulnerabilities, Colorado gains control of a fire sparked by an electrical power cap insulator, and CVS announces new prescription measures to help fight the exploding opioid crisis.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for September 20,2017: Mexico was struck by a powerful 7.1 earthquake leaving hundreds dead, Hurricane Maria makes landfall in Puerto Rico - other news.
The biggest earthquake in a century struck Mexico’s southwestern coast late Thursday night. The quake killed at least 16 people and destroyed many homes and office buildings.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for September 8, 2017: A deadly 8.2 magnitude earthquake strikes Mexico, Hurricane Irma latest - and other news.
Florida declares a state of emergency as Hurricane Irma strengthens and its track moves closer to the state – and more news.
Deadly protests in Charlottesville called terrorism by definition, California fights rapidly spreading wildfire, and other news.
A Las Vegas police officer is shot responding to a suspicious vehicle call, Santiago, Chile, is struck by a strong earthquake overnight - and other news.
NOAA released an animation last year that displays every recorded earthquake between January 1, 2001, and December 31, 2015.
Tropical Storm Emily forms just off the coast of Tampa, nine people were struck and injured when a van plowed into a crowd in Los Angeles - and other news.