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January 6, 2000
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Federal and state emergency management officials today reminded victims of the 1999 floods that legal assistance is still available to them through the Young Lawyers Division of the...
North Carolina
January 5, 2000
Washington, DC -- Federal funds have been made available by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help Texas fight the uncontrolled Purgatory fire located in Comal County. FEMA Director...
Texas
January 5, 2000
Washington, DC -- Damage assessments and recovery operations from the nation's latest severe weather are underway. Here is the latest from the impacted states: Kentucky * Residents continue to...
January 5, 2000
Q. What are your personal goals for the agency as we go into the last year of the administration? A. I plan to continue to improve the agency and to serve our customers better. I've asked the...
January 5, 2000
SEATTLE, Wash. -- While few emergency managers expected any significant infrastructure failures from the "Y2K rollover," most kept a wary eye out for localized outages. Few materialized, prompting...
Region X
January 5, 2000
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Income tax time may turn into a limited blessing for North Carolina flood victims, who need all the help they can get to recover from the watery devastation of Hurricanes Dennis,...
North Carolina
January 4, 2000
Washington, DC -- The National Weather Service (NWS) reports severe weather hit yesterday from Louisiana to the Ohio Valley as unseasonably warm air clashed with a cold front from the west. Severe...
January 4, 2000
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Home and business owners who suffered property and economic damages in last year's hurricanes and floods still have time to apply for loans from the U. S. Small Business...
North Carolina
January 1, 2000
SEATTLE, Wash. -- As strains of "Auld Lang Syne" lilted to a close in Alaska's outer islands, emergency managers across the entire Pacific Northwest cautiously cheered a relatively glitch-free Y2K "...
Region X
December 31, 1999
Seattle, Wash. -- Initial reports from Guam as the first U.S. territory to welcome the New Year indicate a "Y2K Bug-Free" rollover, and while experts caution that some Y2K anomalies may be cumulative...
Region X

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