President Joe Biden has approved a federal disaster declaration for the state of Montana in the wake of historic floods that hit Yellowstone National Park and nearby communities.Flood-ravaged Montana communities see an uncertain summer
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon is issuing an emergency declaration following the historic floods that devastated Yellowstone National Park and its surrounding communities earlier this week.
The United States Department of Agriculture has designated more than 200 of counties across Colorado, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas, and Arizona as primary natural disaster zones due to ongoing drought conditions.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers representing western states sent a letter to President Joe Biden this week echoing governors' recent calls for him to designate a federal drought disaster.
Of all the hazards that hurricanes bring, storm surge is the greatest threat to life and property along the coast.
While the world is still reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic, public health and emergency management experts are already preparing for the next one.
Colorado's Senate Military Affairs Committee voted to indefinitely postpone two bills that would require state agencies to follow the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) before declaring an emergency public health order.
Damages from the unusual winter storm that impacted Texas and other states earlier in February could exceed $45 billion.
Staff from six state agencies are being deployed to help local officials clear roadways and assist essential workers in the health care and power grid industries in the wake of 2.7 million Texans being left without power after a winter storm hit the state.