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1 hr ago | The Advocate
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it will seek an investigation into the potentially fraudulent practices of a monitoring firm Livingston Parish hired to oversee debris removal after Hurricane Gustav.
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2 hrs ago | Charleston Daily Mail
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin officially requested the Federal Emergency Management Agency change its mind and provide additional money to West Virginia to cover costs associated with the recent massive chemical leak.
4 hrs ago | NJ.com
A house in Union Beach in July, which had been unoccupied since Hurricane Sandy hit the state in October 2012.
9 hrs ago | KOSA
Associated Press March 11, 2014 GALVESTON- A Southeast Texas flight museum battered in 2008 by Hurricane Ike will get a new home with help from a $7.6 million government grant.
11 hrs ago | Washington County News
Holmes County Board of County Commissioners approved of hiring Clifton McGowan as the new Federal Emergency Management Agency Coordinator based on ranking during their regular meeting on March 11 with a vote of 4 to 1, with Commissioner Bill Parish voting "no."
12 hrs ago | Curbed
Well, isn't that nice of them. PSEG, which has annoyed residents of East Hampton in the past few weeks by placing enormous transmission lines along residential streets, has agreed to bury the lines if town officials pay for it.
13 hrs ago | DM News
The Postal Regulatory Commission yesterday announced it had named David A. Trissell to replace Stephen Sharfman as General Counsel.
13 hrs ago | Federal Emergency Management Agency
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency approved $4,106,484 in Hazard Mitigation Grant Program funds to Pine County, Minn., for the acquisition and demolition of 32 homes.
16 hrs ago | KPTM
People in Council Bluffs were hit hard by the floods of 2012. City officials are discussing a $50 million program to upgrade its levees.
Recently, I joined with House colleagues from both parties and across the nation to write and pass the revised Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act.
The Department of State named the U.S. Delegation attending the 58th Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women to be held, March 10-21, 2014, at UN Headquarters in New York.
Rob Moore is a senior policy analyst for NRDC where he is part of a team devoted to protecting U.S. water resources.
Fire departments in Texas have been awarded more than $1.2 million in preparedness grants from the Federal Emergency Management Agency .
More than $7.6 million is being awarded to the state of Texas by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to relocate the Lone Star Flight Museum out of a flood zone in Galveston to Ellington Field in Houston.
The House last week approved the Homeowner Flood insurance Affordability Act, on the heels of the Senate's Jan. 30 passage of its own version of the bill.
While an excavator sat menacingly beside her former Town of Vestal home, Diane Peris Cafferty thought about all the celebrations held inside its walls before flood waters forced her to relocate in 2011.
The thought of the United States government gathering up its citizens and placing them in "residential centers" or containment camps seems outlandish, but it's happened before and has been attempted more often than you think.