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Tribune reporter President Barack Obama on Tuesday approved disaster funding for 15 Illinois counties damaged during a deadly string of tornadoes downstate, a day after a group of Illinois lawmakers asked the president for emergency funding. The
11/24/2013 04:39:19 PM MST Only one week remains for those with losses in Colorado's September floods to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency "to keep their options open," a spokesman for the agency said.
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News The City of Santa Maria was awarded the 2013 Helen Putnam Award for Excellence on Tuesday. The City was recognized for its Listos disaster preparedness program. Fire Chief Dan Orr received the award on behalf of the City at Tuesday's City
House committee and was grilled about skyrocketing flood insurance rates that are beginning to hit middle class homeowners in waterfront communities in Queens and Staten Island, but the Obama Administration sounded cautious about putting those rate
Mattapoisett neighborhoods that were left out of the floodplain zone earlier this year were restored by voters at a Special Town Meeting Monday. The town's flood maps adopted at the Annual Town Meeting on May 13 did not include homes in the Harbor
Taipei, Nov. 18 (CNA) Six members of Taipei's search and rescue team will participate in a large-scale disaster prevention drill in Tokyo on Nov. 23, the city's Fire Department said Monday. The six, to be led by Hsieh Lai-pin, will depart on Nov. 19
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Steep rate increases for flood insurance are hitting homeowners and businesses across south Louisiana, and state officials and business leaders warn the increases could severely damage local economies. Despite the calls for alarm, Gov. Bobby Jindal