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.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for September 29, 2017: Mount Sinabung erupts in Sumatra, a second massive rockslide injures at least one in Yosemite - and other news.
You can now learn if your local drinking water contains dangerous levels of lead and other carcinogens by accessing a site and entering your zip code.
The political climate in the United States has renowned British cosmologist Stephen Hawking questioning his next trip to America.
Scott Pruitt, President Trump’s nominee for director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), passed another hurdle Thursday on his way to Senate confirmation - but will it still be an uphill battle to confirm him?
A new cybersecurity agency aims to develop new policies, Colorado looks to invest in a cybersecurity training center, the NIFC releases its latest wildfire risk outlook, authorities contain the Shenandoah wildfire, and Venezuela continues to take drastic measures to combat its worsening energy crisis.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that Advance Coatings Co. in Westminster, MA has agreed to pay penalties totaling $38,860 for allegedly violating clean water laws.
The Supreme Court has issued a temporary freeze on President Obama's sweeping Clean Power Plan that required state's to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. In light of the recent North Korean satellite launch and in conjunction with suspected increasing nuclear weapons capabilities, the Senate is considering implementing stronger sanctions agains North Korea. Further study of the Zika virus has scientists concerned that maybe they underestimated its dangers, and residents in New Jersey, New York wonder if coastal flooding is becoming the new normal.