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Topic - Federal Emergency Management Agency
The hurricane season opened this year with only a whimper. Instead of smashing houses and uprooting ancient trees along the Atlantic coast and spoiling the Fourth of July, Hurricane Arthur was a bit of a dud.
Nearly 10 years after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, some regions are still rebuilding. And nearly 10 years after the Federal Emergency Management Agency was accused of mismanaging aid for victims, investigators found the agency is still finding ways to waste taxpayers' money.
Imagine running a high-security day care at a Costco, and you have a pretty good idea of the scenario unfolding along the Arizona border.
Federal officials are urging residents of Tuscaloosa and Blount counties to apply for tornado recovery assistance online or by phone.
Minot residents who have been living in Federal Emergency Management Agency units on their private lots since a 2011 flood devastated their homes might get a reprieve from a Sunday deadline to move them.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved aid for nine more Indiana counties hit by a winter storm.
Federal officials have denied Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's appeal seeking a major disaster declaration for a January chemical spill that contaminated the water supply in nine counties.
The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management and the Federal Emergency Management Agency has announced that more than $2 million has been approved to help Arkansans recover from last month's severe storms.
The National Mobile Disaster Hospital has opened in a Mississippi city where the local hospital was heavily damaged by an April 28 tornado.
The Eddington and Denmark fire departments will receive more than $57,000 in Federal Emergency Management Agency operations and safety grants.
State emergency management officials say residents who receive a letter from the Federal Emergency Management Agency rejecting a request for disaster assistance should not give up their efforts or become discouraged.
Thirteen more Alabama counties are qualifying for federal assistance due to the storms, tornadoes and flooding that hit the state in late April and early May.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is opening a disaster recovery center to assist Arkansans affected by last month's severe storms.
Officials say the Baxter Springs and its residents affected by a recent tornado won't get financial assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.