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May 14, 1999
Yuma, Ariz. -- While the El Ni?o storms last winter brought flooding to other parts of the United States, Yuma, Arizona experienced very little damage because the city had the foresight to prepare...
Region IX
May 14, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In the face of the massive devastation from the tornadoes in Oklahoma and Kansas, FEMA has deployed a BPAT to study the performance of buildings and other structures. The team...
May 13, 1999
» Photos WASHINGTON, D.C. -- What once was a haven for over 500 students and staff, is now only a memory and mounds of debris. When a tornado touched down in this Eastern Texas community on May 4,...
Texas
May 13, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FEMA's regional office in San Francisco (Region IX) continues to work with state officials on the recovery from last December's severe freeze. As of May 10, 5,316 people have...
California
May 13, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Federal and state agencies are working in partnership to help Oklahoma residents following the tornadoes, severe storms and flooding of May 3-5. Effective May 12, the declaration...
Oklahoma
May 13, 1999
ATLNATA, Ga. -- Residents of sixteen Cobb County houses who have been flooded repeatedly by nearby Noonday Creek will finally get relief from the menacing waterway. The state and federal governments...
Region IV
May 13, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Forecasters at the National Weather Service (NWS) are projecting more heavy rain and severe weather for much of the central U.S. between May 14 and May 21. From May 14 through...
May 13, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In March of 1997 tornadoes ripped through 260-mile long stretch of Arkansas, and severely damaged the town of Arkadelphia's business district. Wayne and Mae Buck lived through...
May 13, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- State officials report Florida's wildfire situation has diminished somewhat due to improved weather conditions. The past week brought much needed rainfall to large portions of the...
Florida
May 13, 1999
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Californians who suffered damages or losses because of the severe freeze in late December may still call for disaster assistance, according to FEMA and the Governor's Office...
California

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