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Hodgen Mainda, Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance and the State Fire Marshal, shares his perspective on why National Preparedness Month is important.

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Hurricane Sally made landfall on Tuesday near Gulf Shores, Alabama, as a category 2 hurricane, causing widespread flooding and leaving behind a trail of destruction.

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Retired Navy veteran Marty Severson never expected a summer rain to subme

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FEMA is continuing to mobilize teams and supplies to respond to impacts from Hurricane Sally in the Gulf and wildfires out west.  Federal, state, local, tribal and territorial partners are working

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As a kid, Kristin Duquette dreamed of being an Olympic swimmer. “There’s nothing like representing your country on an international stage,” Kristin says.

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Each September, National Preparedness Month reminds us how important it is to prepare for disasters.

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As Hurricane Laura approaches and wildfires continue to burn in the west, it is more important than ever to be prepared.

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Tropical Storm Isaias is an important reminder that disasters don’t wait.

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By Greg Forrester, President and CEO at National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster

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Last updated March 6, 2020