Maryland Officials Urge Earthquake Safety ReadinessEarthquakes may be unusual in Maryland, but emergency management officials are urging residents to know what to do when one happens.
Disaster Reimbursements for Maryland Snowstorm Total $25.4MThe Maryland Emergency Management Agency says the federal government will reimburse Maryland state and local governments $25.4 million to cover most of their costs related to a January snowstorm.
Suburban Police Seek $1M Repayment For Baltimore Riot HelpPolice departments in central Maryland and the Washington area are seeking reimbursements for helping Baltimore police during the city's April riots.
Maryland Sending State Troopers To Help New JerseyMaryland is sending 25 state troopers and workers from Baltimore to assist with recovery efforts in New York and New Jersey following Superstorm Sandy.
Authorities Hand Out Supplies To Help Residents Cope With The HeatBoth Baltimore and Washington have broken records with temperatures soaring beyond 100 degrees.
MEMA: Outage Numbers Similar To Isabel Power LossesAbout a million Marylanders were without power shortly before the sun came up, similar to the number that lost power in 2003 when Tropical Storm Isabel hit the state.
O'Malley Names New Director Of MEMAGov. Martin O'Malley has appointed a new director of the Maryland Emergency Management Agency.
Baltimore City, County Added To Md. Disaster ListFederal aid is being made available to support recovery efforts in Baltimore and Baltimore County following Hurricane Irene.
Japan Disaster Prompts Concerns For Md. Nuclear SafetyThe unfolding nuclear crisis in Japan has raised concerns over how vulnerable Maryland would be in a similar disaster.
Md. Officials Urge Caution As Heavy Rains ApproachMaryland emergency management officials are urging residents to use caution as heavy rains approach the state bringing the potential for flooding.