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Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week in Review

Saturday, March 18th, 2017 6:00am MDT

Floods and wildfires are arguably the two most common disasters Coloradans face with numerous such events occurring each year.  To better prepare residents for the danger of these disasters, this week is Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week. Each day this week the National Weather Service will be posting public information statements covering a number […]

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Wildfire Safety and Mitigation – Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week

Friday, March 17th, 2017 5:06am MDT

Floods and wildfires are arguably the two most common disasters Coloradans face with numerous such events occurring each year.  To better prepare residents for the danger of these disasters, this week is Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week. Each day this week the National Weather Service will be posting public information statements covering a number […]

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Wildfire Awareness – Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week

Thursday, March 16th, 2017 6:07am MDT

Floods and wildfires are arguably the two most common disasters Coloradans face with numerous such events occurring each year.  To better prepare residents for the danger of these disasters, this week is Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week. Each day this week the National Weather Service will be posting public information statements covering a number […]

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Flash Flooding – Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017 6:04am MDT

Floods and wildfires are arguably the two most common disasters Coloradans face with numerous such events occurring each year.  To better prepare residents for the danger of these disasters, this week is Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week. Each day this week the National Weather Service will be posting public information statements covering a number […]

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Long Time Frame Flooding – Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017 5:17am MDT

Floods and wildfires are arguably the two most common disasters Coloradans face with numerous such events occurring each year.  To better prepare residents for the danger of these disasters, this week is Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week. Each day this week the National Weather Service will be posting public information statements covering a number […]

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Types of Floods – Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week

Monday, March 13th, 2017 5:20am MDT

Floods and wildfires are arguably the two most common disasters Coloradans face with numerous such events occurring each year.  To better prepare residents for the danger of these disasters, this week is Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week. Each day this week the National Weather Service will be posting public information statements covering a number […]

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Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week begins

Sunday, March 12th, 2017 9:30am MDT

Floods and wildfires are arguably the two most common disasters Coloradans face with numerous such events occurring each year.  To better prepare residents for the danger of these disasters, this week is Colorado Flood Safety and Wildfire Preparedness Week. Each day this week the National Weather Service will be posting public information statements covering a number […]

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Oroville Dam flood danger recedes; state criticized for spending on rail, illegals

Monday, February 13th, 2017 8:13am MDT

The flood danger from the Oroville Dam receded Monday, but California was hit by a wave of criticism for failing to heed warnings about risks to the spillway at a time when the state spent generously on illegal immigrants and high-speed rail. California Gov. Jerry Brown, a Democrat, came under fire amid reports that federal […]

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North Korea Floods Kill 133, Displace 107,000: U.N.

Monday, September 12th, 2016 10:18am MDT

More than 130 people have died and 107,000 have been forced to flee their homes in North Korea after flooding near the border with China and Russia, according to the United Nations. Flooding of the Tumen River in the country’s northeast has killed 133 people and left 395 missing, said a U.N. statement dated Sunday, […]

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Adoring press detail Obama’s golf, vacation while Louisiana is underwater

Thursday, August 18th, 2016 9:22am MDT

Three days of heavy downpours have brought historic flooding to Louisiana, where 30 parishes have declared to be a disaster, and the death toll has climbed to 13. The U.S. Coast Guard and other first responders rescued more than 20,000 people over the weekend, as the massive flooding inundated areas in and around Baton Rouge. […]

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