A look at how American Military University alum – Captain Peter Jensen of the Ventura County Fire Department – managed the Thomas Fire in California.
This flu season is on track to be one of the worst in 15 years, with nearly 12,000 people hospitalized so far, federal health officials reported Friday.
Amid worsening air quality, the Seoul Metropolitan Government activated the city's free public transport program three times last week.
The death toll from the mudslides that struck Southern California climbed to 15 on Wednesday, with 24 people unaccounted for.
Emergency blood supplies could be shuttled through the skies above Palo Alto if the federal government chooses the city for an experiment.
While Palm Beach County drug overdoses and deaths climbed last year, the area's unofficial recovery hub, Delray Beach, saw overdoses dwindle.
What elements are needed for preparedness and response capabilities? How feasible is it for a community to prepare for every disaster?
EMS departments that enroll in the Community Emergency Medical Services program under Act 66 will be able to administer in-home health care, including disease management and follow-up medical visits after hospital discharge, according to a summary of the law.
The Thomas Fire, which began burning through Ventura and Santa Barbara counties on Dec. 4, has grown to 270,000 acres -- the third-largest fire in the state's modern history -- with containment up to 45 percent.