AMU's Dr. Chris Reynolds appreared on 'Let’s Talk Live' and spoke about how AMU's students and faculty play a part in emergency and disaster management.
Community support was invaluable late last week, when two deadly wildfires broke out in California.
It is important for agencies to offer frequent HAZMAT training. Only through training can first responders learn how to react to different events.
A severe hurricane is devastating to residents and infrastructure. For Mexico, recovering from Hurricane Willa could potentially take years.
Texas A&M's Disaster IQ app sets out to streamline vital information while also educating communities with a resilience strategy during emergencies.
Hurricanes may lose their wind-speed, but they can still remain a serious flooding threat and lead to very dangerous weather conditions like tornadoes.
Florence is poised to be the most devastating storm to hit this part of the U.S. since Hurricane Hugo in 1989. Experts expect a Friday morning landfall.