Emergency and disaster management briefing for November 20, 2017: Three air ambulance crew members are dead following a helicopter crash and other news.
While the charred remnants of subdivisions still blight the hills and valleys of the North Bay, residents have slowly begun to find stability.
A huge rescue effort is underway for survivors of a powerful earthquake that struck Iran's mountainous border with Iraq on Sunday, killing more than 400 people and injuring over 7,000.
U.S. political leaders were quick to express their shock and offer their prayers for the victims of mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
A man armed with an assault rifle opened fire inside a church in a small South Texas community on Sunday, killing 26 people and wounding about 20 others.
Fire service quantification and qualification provides ways to show the community how we currently operate and improve ourselves.
The Good Samaritan Health Professionals Act of 2017 protects healthcare volunteers from liability. It will be helpful for disasters or mass casualty events.
In recent months, many hurricanes and other storms have produced widespread floods and flash flooding. However, many communities are not ready for floods.
During the summer, a KKK rally turned violent in Charlottesville, Virginia. This type of event is certainly concerning for emergency management.
The deaf community are sometimes the last ones in the area to be evacuated. There needs to be a system set up that automatically connects them, that will automatically notify the community with a red siren so we know it's time to evacuate.