Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) announced plans for a "text to 911" system in the state Wednesday.
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Detectives tracked down a 14-y.o. boy who'd threatened to shoot his classmates this week – by following his digital scent through a crime scene in cyberspace.
President Trump targets critical infrastructure upgrades in rural America with major funding – and other news.
The shooting spree at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has led to a groundswell of national support for prompt action on stricter gun laws.
Overall water use is climbing in Southern California as that part of the state plunges back into drought.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for February 16, 2018: The gunman that opened fire at a Florida high school and killed 17 people received prior treatment at a mental health clinic.
On average, 900 people and 1,000 vehicles are involved in railroad accidents each year. That equates to a person or vehicle being hit by a train every three hours.
Here is a look at the 17 people who authorities say died in the deadly shooting Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.
By receiving security training about what information not to divulge, reporters could help lessen the lethal effects of any future active shooter incidents.
Like a frightening scene in a science fiction movie, the day when Cape Town, South Africa, runs out of water is rapidly approaching, and no one seems to be able to prevent it.