Flooding Committee Hears Update On Damage And FEMA Response

The community has not received a disaster declaration from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) yet. If there is a FEMA declaration there will be public and individual assistance. Public assistance will aid in recovering infrastructure while individual assistance will help homeowners. 

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National Emergency Alert Test Planned On Oct. 4

A national Emergency Alert System test will begin Wednesday at approximately 2:20 p.m.

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Surface Mines And A New Abortion Clinic Opening In MD, This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, West Virginia is part of a so-called "abortion desert" but a clinic with ties to the Mountain State is opening just over the border. Also, more questions are being raised about the role of surface mines in flash floods after widespread damage in eastern Kanawha County.

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After Devastating Floods, Small Communities Take Steps Toward Recovery

Sigman said the quick response from residents, first responders, and state and local officials resulted in better outcomes for the safety of residents. The National Weather Service said it received its first call about flooding at 6:45 a.m. By 7a.m. a warning had been issued and sirens were activated.

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