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Beware of resilient, mutated 'super lice' — yes, they're real

Back-to-school season is a time for next chapters, seeing old friends, making new friends — and, of course, organized germ exchanges. Yes, the sharing of germs and other critters, such as lice, also is part of the fun of...

source: By Joan Spitrey
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Ten years ago this week, Hurricane Katrina made landfall on the Gulf Coast and forever changed the landscape and its people.

source: Business Insider

Scores more firefighters raced to the Okanogan Complex of fires, the biggest wildfire in the history of Washington state and the nation's No. 1 summer wildfire priority. But it still might not be enough.

source: NBC News

Despite high-tech safety features and the increasing ability of vehicles to protect occupants during a crash, the U.S. is having a deadly year on the nation's roads.

source: Property Casualty 360

Hundreds of Central Texas residents could be forced to buy flood insurance or face stricter building regulations for new structures nearly three months after deadly flooding, according to new Federal Emergency Management Agency advisory maps recently made public.

source: Claims Journal

On a recent Friday night, while many were kicking off the weekend with an evening on the town, Jenyne Wells waited for the phone to ring. As a 911 call-taker at SunComm, Yakima County's emergency dispatch center, she was waiting for anyone needing help. It would not be...

source: Emergency Management

As the use of contract and temporary workers grows and millennials move into government, the public sector will need to adapt.

source: Governing


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