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EDM Wednesday Briefing: San Bernardino Help Needed, North Korea "H-Bomb" Test, Suspicious Package, California Weather

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EDM Wednesday Briefing January 6, 2016: FBI asking for timeline assistance from San Bernardino shooting, North Korea reports a successful test of a hydrogen bomb, officials indicate seismic waves too small for "H-Bomb," suspicious package left at door of German Chancellory, El Niño storms has California officials concerned.

FBI Asks Public for Help With 18 Minute Gap on Day of San Bernardino Attacks

North Korea Reports Successful Hydrogen Bomb Test

In Germany, Suspicious Package Delivered to Chancellor Angela Merkel

California Concerned Over Steady Storm Influx, El Niño to Blame

AP Photo/Nick Ut
A sign warning of flooded road is posted along the Pacific Coat Highway in Malibu, Calif. after a heavy rain on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016. Photo Credit: AP Photo/Nick Ut

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.