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EDM Evening Update: Flooding Along the Mississippi, Damages From Severe Storms, Executive Action for Gun Control

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EDM Monday Evening Briefing January 4, 2016: Flooding continues to occur along the Mississippi, damages from severe storms reaches $10 Billion, and President set to take executive action on gun control this week.

Flooding Continues to Impact Communities from Recent Severe Weather Systems

Levees Protect Communities, But Can Increase Risk

Damages for Severe Storms Approximately $10 Billion for 2015

President Proposes Executive Action for Gun Control

 

Kimberly Arsenault Kimberly Arsenault serves as an intern at the Cleveland/Bradley County Emergency Management Agency where she works on plan revisions and special projects. Previously, Kimberly spent 15 years in commercial and business aviation. Her positions included station manager at the former Midwest Express Airlines, as well as corporate flight attendant, inflight manager, and charter flight coordinator. Kimberly currently holds a master's degree in emergency and disaster management from American Public University.