FEMA Ranks Los Angeles County As Riskiest In The Nation; Riverside, San Bernardino Counties In Top 10With Southern California’s abundance of earthquakes, wildfires and heat waves, the entire region’s risk was deemed very high, but Los Angeles County ranked No. 1 in the country for risk.
Financial Aid Available Until Wednesday For Those Impacted By Bobcat FireResidents that were impacted by the Bobcat Fire can apply for financial relief through the Federal Emergency Management Agency until Wednesday, December 16.
Bobcat Fire Residents Must Apply For Federal Aid By Dec. 16Residents impacted by the Bobcat Wildfire have until Dec. 16 to register for financial support from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, authorities said Wednesday.
FEMA Grants LA County $6.8M To Fund Food, Shelter EmergenciesThe Federal Emergency Management Agency announced on Monday that Los Angeles County will receive more than $6.8 million to help residents with food and shelter.
Woolsey Fire Recovery Deadlines Approaching For LA County Residents Important disaster recovery deadlines are coming this week for those affected by the Woolsey Fire in Los Angeles County.
President Trump Says He Is Halting FEMA Wildfire Aid To Calif.“I have ordered FEMA to send no more money. It is a disgraceful situation in lives & money!”
Deadline To Apply For FEMA Aid Related To Woolsey Fire ExtendedResidents and businesses whose homes or property were damaged by the Woolsey Fire have until Jan. 31 to apply for aid from FEMA.
Didn’t Get The Presidential Alert Test On Your Phone? Here’s WhyIf you didn’t get the alert, or if you want to provide feedback, FEMA wants to hear from you.
First-Ever Presidential Alert Goes Out Across US: What You Need To KnowSimilar to AMBER and weather alerts, it's designed to allow a president to issue a warning about a crisis like a missile headed toward the U.S. or an incoming tsunami.
All Americans To Receive Text Alert From The President WednesdayThe national presidential alert system will let any president issue a warning about a crisis. That could include a missile launched by another country at the U.S. or a tsunami.
Puerto Rico To Blame For Post-Maria Setbacks, Says USFederal officials are blaming a lack of leadership, money and communication in Puerto Rico for setting back hurricane recovery efforts in the U.S. territory.
San Juan Mayor Says FEMA Ends Puerto Rico Too SoonSan Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz says many in the U.S. territory still need the water and food they have been getting from FEMA.
Thomas Fire Victims Warned To Beware Of ScamsThomas Fire victims were warned Friday to beware of FEMA-related scams.
FEMA: Californians Buy Record Number Of Flood Policies To Prepare For El NiñoFederal emergency officials reported Tuesday a surge in the number of California residents who have purchased flood insurance, most likely in response to a rainy El Niño winter.
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