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.
Cities can't prosecute people for sleeping on the streets if they have nowhere else to go because it amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.
If school districts were required by law to teach swimming in their K-12 curricula, we could reduce the number of swimming emergencies.
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.
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.
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.