GILBERT, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina Boy Scout troop discovered its trailer holding thousands of dollars’ worth of camping gear was stolen, and the Louisiana Cajun Navy stepped in to help. WLTX-TV.. Seattle Times - Published
The Huffington Post reports that Carteret County Humane Society shelter manager Cassandra Tupaj said that three staff members, 43 dogs and 80 cats were stuck on the top floor of the Newport shelter’s..
While Gordon was still churning in the Gulf, the storm managed to lure quite a few people to South Mississippi harbors from those just learning the ropes to seasoned sailors and even the leader of the..
A group of volunteers known as the Cajun Navy traveled to North Carolina to help in rescue efforts after Florence. "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor explains how they're helping those in need. CBS News - Published
Watch VideoEven though the storm has been downgraded, Florence has caused at least 17 deaths in North Carolina and six in South Carolina. While residents are relying on local, state, and federal.. Newsy - Published
The Coast Guard, Cajun Navy and other groups have come to the Carolinas to rescue people from Hurricane Florence. But in the end, it’s family that most people turn to. (Sept. 15)
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BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A Louisiana man who founded Cajun Navy 2016, a volunteer flotilla renowned for responding to natural disasters, has been arrested on a charge he defrauded a customer who hired.. Seattle Times - Published
US President Donald Trump today delivered his first State of the Union address to the Congress where he listed out the achievements of his one-year-old administration and outlined his future agenda. .. DNA - Published
TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES:
Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, the First Lady of the United States, and my fellow Americans:
Less than 1 year has passed since I first.. Eurasia Review - Published
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg met with state officials and academics in Delaware on Monday to discuss emergency response for natural disasters. The social media leader met with Gov. John Carney,.. bizjournals - Published
Vista College CEO Jim Tolbert rallied the campuses, drove the truck across the state to pick up the donations, and coordinated delivery by program directors to Beaumont
Beaumont, TX (PRWEB).. PRWeb - Published
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When massive hurricanes – such as Harvey, Irma and Maria – hit, the impact can.. PRWeb - Published
After J.J. Watt hauled around a dozen trucks of supplies down to Houston from Wisconsin to help with Hurricane Harvey relief, Adam Wright, 39, offered a parking spot. Wright's company — Lightning.. bizjournals - Published
Watch VideoAs long as storms have devastated American coastlines, federal and local governments have tried to figure out how to hurricane-proof a city.
As we've seen after hurricanes in Florida.. Newsy - Published
Zello was the top free download in both Apple's App Store and the Google Play store on Thursday, after gaining fame as the top communications tool of the 'Cajun Navy' Harvey rescuers in Houston. MailOnline - Published
The all-of-the-above aid response – from the National Guard to the Cajun Navy – exemplifies a post-Katrina template for what the nation's top emergency managers call a 'whole-community' response. Christian Science Monitor - Published
A free walkie talkie app has shot to the top of the App Store as the Caribbean and southern US prepare for Hurricane Irma.
The app, called Zello, lets you use your phone as a walkie talkie or.. Business Insider - Published
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Though the Red Cross has a historical reputation for providing relief to victims of natural disasters and other emergencies, *the organization’s.. Zero Hedge - Published
Harvey is weakening, but the deadly storm is still causing misery across an ever-widening area. Volunteers known as the “Cajun Navy” are lending a hand. Here are the stories you shouldn’t miss.. L.A. Times - Published