North Korea threatens Guam and warns of nuclear war with America; strong quake hits China; Missouri drone project aids emergency managers - and other news.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for July 5, 2017: A New York City police officer is killed in an unprovoked attack - and other news.
University of Virginia student Otto Warmbier, who spent 17 long months in detention in North Korea, has finally come home — in a coma.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for April 24, 2017: A small earthquake rattles Santa Barbara, California on Sunday, Frito Lay issues a recall for jalapeño-flavored potato chips for possible salmonella contamination - and more news.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for April 5, 2017: President Trump approves disaster relief funds for California after winter storms and Oroville Dam disaster, authorities release footage and offer a reward as the manhunt intensifies in Baytown, Texas.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for March 22, 2017: TSA issues a new rule banning certain electronic devices on select flights in wake of terror threat, severe weather across the Southeast spawns large and damaging hail storms and more.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for March 6, 2017: Some California beaches plagued by sewage spill from Mexico reopen, four banned ballistic missiles launched by North Korea and other news.
Emergency and disaster briefing for September 9, 2016: North Korea confirms its fifth nuclear test, a high school shooting in Texas turns deadly, effects of Hurricane Newton may produce dangerous weather in the Midwest, police arrest a woman who started a fire on a JetBlue flight, firefighters work to contain the Gap fire in northern California, authorities foil a bomb plot in London, and forest fires in Portugal and Spain force evacuations.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for August 24, 2016: A strong earthquake hits central Italy overnight, firefighters battle wildfires in California and Washington, North Korea fires a ballistic missile, Baton Rouge weather watches and warnings are under scrutiny, severe weather impacts Kansas and Colorado, a gas leak prompts an evacuation in California, a possible explosion ignites a substation fire in Florida, and eyes are on the Atlantic for tropical weather developments.
California firefighters continue to battle widespread wildfires, House Democrats stage a sit-in to protest gun control inaction, North Korea continues its rogue missile testing, and a brain-eating amoeba causes a death in Ohio.