A great example of community resiliency was shown in Ellicott City, Md., when local residents to helped each other to rebuild after the last flash flood.
Driverless vehicles are expected to lower the rate of motor vehicle accidents; reports show they may reduce traffic-related accident deaths by 90 percent.
August is National Water Quality Month. EDM Digest delves into recent crises, water efficiency, drought management, and water conservation.
Lisbon broke a 37-year-old record to notch its hottest temperature ever as an unrelenting heat wave baked Portugal and neighboring Spain.
Despite the popularity of big shark-related movies and TV's "Shark Week", unprovoked shark attacks are still extremely rare.
Advice from an expert: There are many things wheelchair users and others with disabilities can do to be actively prepared for an emergency.
The White House is proposing to reduce by nearly 40 percent the uniformed public health professionals who deploy during disasters and disease outbreaks, monitor drug safety and provide health care in some of the nation's most remote and disadvantaged areas.
In many cases throughout the country, recruitment and retention of EMS volunteers is difficult. One Virginia town is now considering a $600 tax incentive.
Memorial Day is a holiday that proves to be an important time for emergency managers to discuss public safety issues with the public to keep them safe.
A daunting plume of blackened ash, like the one that soared more than two miles above Kilauea on Tuesday, hasn't been seen over the nation's most active volcano in nearly a century.