All disasters start locally. If you get the management basics right on the small events, that will make the big events easier to handle.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved three drugs for opioid dependence treatment: buprenorphine, methadone and naltrexone.
The federal government, working with the California Department of Parks and Recreation, set up 74 camp trailers at the park for Camp Fire victims.
A couple says they're lucky to be alive after dozens of power lines fell on the Seattle street they were driving on, with one wooden public utility pole striking their SUV.
A 15-hour standoff at a New Hampshire hotel ended Thursday with three people dead, including two who had barricaded themselves inside a room and shot repeatedly at police and drug enforcement agents.
After this spring's massive flooding along the Missouri River, many want to blame the agency that manages the river's dams for making the disaster worse, but it may not be that simple.
Michigan health officials have reported 22 cases of measles in metro Detroit since March 13, the state's biggest outbreak of the disease in a quarter century. Here's what people need to know about measles.
If community paramedicine is used in more poor and homeless communities, a new avenue will be created to prevent infectious diseases from spreading.
Volunteers helped clear debris-clogged roads and donated money to help pay for the funerals of 23 people killed by a devastating tornado in Alabama.