As New York firefighters respond to coronavirus emergency calls, an FDNY battalion chief and 9/11 survivor confronts the city’s latest mass tragedy.
Governors of both parties are taking charge of the coronavirus pandemic, setting up rules and plans for their states as federal officials scramble to keep up.
By Marshall Allen, Topher Sanders, Joaquin Sapien and Lexi ChurchillProPublica After the first confirmed coronavirus case on U.S. soil, 800 miles to his north, the chief of a Northern California fire department gathered his executive team in mid-February to prepare…
Nine practical things to do to prepare yourself for when COVID-19 comes to your community.
Experts say only a handful of states have done the work necessary to prepare for such worst-case scenarios.
There are all kinds of emergencies we can prepare for. A zombie apocalypse for example. You may laugh now, but when it happens you’ll be happy you read this.
Harnessing new prediction technology, federal authorities hope to sharpen the disaster warnings they send directly to cellphones, as well as to state and county emergency managers, to make the warnings faster and clearer about life-threatening conditions
As summer and dry weather approaches, Washington state health officials are urging everyone to prepare for smoky days with unhealthy air quality.