FEMA, FCC To Conduct Nationwide Emergency Alert System Test WednesdayIt is only a test. Just remember that when the Federal Emergency Management Agency, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission, conducts a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System on Wednesday, Aug. 7.
Miami-Dade To Receive $119M From FEMA For Hurricane Irma CostsThe Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved a $119 million grant to the State of Florida to help reimburse Miami-Dade County for the costs of debris removal from Hurricane Irma.
Lawmakers Ask FEMA For More Housing For Storm SurvivorsTwo U.S. senators and three congressmen are asking federal officials to bring recreational vehicles and mobile homes to the Florida Panhandle to help residents who lost their homes to Hurricane Michael.
Didn’t Get The Presidential Alert From FEMA? Here’s WhyDidn’t get the president alert from FEMA on Wednesday? You’re not alone.
Nationwide Test Today Of Presidential AlertHopefully you weren't surprised when you got an alert from President Donald Trump on your cell phone this afternoon.
Presidential Alert Message Will Be Sent To All Cell Phones This ThursdayDon't be surprised when you get an alert from President Donald Trump this week on your cell phone.
Trump Admin Diverted Funds From FEMA To ICEThe federal government says it is doing what it can to get ready for Hurricane Florence.
Former Head Of Personnel At FEMA Accused Of Sexual MisconductThe former head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's personnel office is accused of sexual misconduct
Democrats Call For Federal Audit of Keys Debris ContractsThe political storm surrounding the two emergency contracts issued by Governor Rick Scott in the Florida Keys following Hurricane Irma is gaining strength.
Missouri Senator Questions Keys Debris ContractsMissouri Senator Claire McCaskill is demanding answers from the Federal Emergency Management Agency about the two contracts issued by Governor Rick Scott immediately after Hurricane Irma hit the Florida Keys.
FEMA Admits Being Understaffed, Underprepared For 2017 HurricanesThe 65-page report lays out a series of miscalculations that left FEMA ill-prepared to meet residents' immediate needs and to set the stage for long-term recovery.
Judge Orders To Extend Housing For Puerto Rican EvacueesSome much-needed relief to the many people displaced from Puerto Rico following the devastation of Hurricane Maria.
Facing South Florida: Puerto Rico Maria RecoveryThis weekend, FEMA’s Transitional Shelter Assistance program (TSA) officially ends, and will not be extended.
Miami-Dade Emergency Operations Center Holds Hurricane DrillThis is part of the annual training exercise prior to hurricane season done in concert with the state level exercise.
FEMA Extension Helping Puerto Rican Family Still Getting Settled After MariaIt was a full-blown exodus as Puerto Ricans left their island home after Hurricane Maria.