Southern California Marines And Sailors Support Arlington COVID-19 Vaccination CenterU.S. Marines and Sailors from Camp Pendleton, California deployed on Feb. 19, to support the Arlington vaccination center at Globe Life Field.
Texas Governor Says Partnership With FEMA Could Soon Open COVID Vaccine 'Super Sites'Dallas is one of two locations in Texas where a COVID-19 vaccination "super site", operated in conjunction with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, could open soon.
Extra $300 Per Week For Unemployed Texans Is No MoreThe Lost Wages Assistance program that provided an additional $300 a week to unemployed Texans who qualified, ends with the benefit week ending September 5.
As Nursing Homes Account For 40% Of Coronavirus Deaths, Victims' Families Blame Lack Of PPEWhen FEMA sent 15,000 nursing homes PPE earlier this month, staff at some of them said the supplies were ‘unusable’.
U.S. Spends More Than $5B To Buy Out Flood-Prone Homes; Claims Still ComingOver the past three decades, federal and local governments have poured more than $5 billion into buying tens of thousands of vulnerable properties.
FEMA Administrator Brock Long Announces ResignationLong oversaw FEMA's response to three major hurricanes — Harvey, Maria and Irma — during his time as administrator. The agency was sharply criticized in particular for its response to Maria, which devastated Puerto Rico and knocked out power for months.
5 Tourists Rescued From Flooded Home As Storm Hits HawaiiSirens wailed while workers piled sandbags in front of hotels and police blared warnings to tourists to leave the world-famous Waikiki Beach as Hurricane Lane bared down.
10 Months After Harvey, Last Victims Leave HotelsFEMA said Friday the final 707 displaced households will move out by Sunday.
Lawmakers Ask If States Or Feds Should Handle Missile AlertsThe confusion — and panic — have raised questions about whether any state should be solely responsible for notifying the public of such an event — especially as Washington and North Korea trade insults and threats.
FEMA Allowing Churches To Apply For Hurricane Disaster AidThe Federal Emergency Management Agency has revised its policies to allow houses of worship to apply for some federal aid to help deal with damage from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
FEMA: Disaster Relief Now Costing $200 Million A DayThe head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency says the U.S. is spending more than $200 million each day on the response to three major hurricanes and huge wildfires.
Irma Looms As FEMA Still Focused On Responding To HarveyFaced with the looming threat of dual disasters, FEMA has ramped up preparations for Hurricane Irma as it barrels towards Florida, even as the agency continues the massive recovery effort in storm-battered Texas.
Gov. Abbott Adds 7 Texas Counties To Presidential Disaster DeclarationThis request will bring the total number of counties receiving assistance in the wake of Hurricane Harvey to 43.
What NOT To Do After Your Home Is FloodedCourage abounds in South Texas as rescues continue after Tropical Storm Harvey. But when it comes to saving your home one restoration expert says "don't be a hero."
Gov. Abbott Requests Addition Of Counties To Presidential Disaster DeclarationThe original request, which was granted by FEMA, will provide Individual Assistance, Public Assistance and Hazard Mitigation to Texas counties affected by the storm.