Two Months after Historic Flooding, over $85 Million in Assistance has been Approved for St. Louis Area Residents

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Governor Parson to Award Missouri Public Safety Medals to First Responders and Civilians from Across State in Jefferson City Ceremony

Award ceremony includes presentation of new Red, White and Blue Heart Award for first responders seriously injured or killed in…

SEMA hosts Applicant Briefings Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 16 and 17, for local governments, nonprofits included in federal disaster declaration

Eligible local governments and agencies in St. Louis City, and St. Louis, St. Charles, and Montgomery counties included in federal…

Federal Government Approves Governor Parson’s Request for Federal Disaster Declaration to Assist St. Louis Region after Record Flooding

Eligible residents and businesses in City of St. Louis and St. Louis and St. Charles counties can seek assistance to…

St. Louis Multi-Agency Resource Center will continue providing flooding assistance this week

3 additional dates have been added so families impacted by flooding can receive assistance Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday at St.…

Governor Parson Announces FEMA to Participate in Damage Assessments in Preparation for Federal Disaster Declaration Request for Historic Flooding

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Governor Parson Provides Update on Support to St. Louis Region to Expedite Federal Disaster Declaration Request

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Governor Parson's Statement on Flooding Event in St. Louis Area

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Acting Governor Kehoe Issues Executive Order 22-05 in Response to Severe Weather, Flooding in St. Louis Area

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Governor Parson Signs Executive Order to Accelerate Drought Response Actions

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Division of Fire Safety urges caution for those who include consumer fireworks in Independence Day celebrations

Fireworks sales at seasonal retailers are legal in Missouri from June 20 to July 10 Original Source

Missouri launches free Critical Incident Stress Management training program for first responders

Registration is now open for free training program offered across the state for law enforcement, firefighters, EMS and dispatch personnel…

Missouri SEMA team member selected for national floodplain management award

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Memorial ceremonies this weekend will honor Missouri’s fallen firefighters

Governor Parson has proclaimed Sunday, May 15, as Missouri Fire Service Memorial Day Original Source

Missouri law enforcement community honors state’s officers who made ultimate sacrifice in 2021

Names of 11 officers who died in the line of duty in 2021 were added to Law Enforcement Memorial, along…

Advisory: Missouri to honor law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty during memorial service on Capitol grounds Saturday

On May 7, 11 officers who died in the line of duty during 2021 will be added to Law Enforcement…

State of Missouri to observe National Crime Victims’ Rights Week with Capitol ceremony on Thursday April 28

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Missouri Severe Weather Preparedness Week is March 7 – 11

Missourians are reminded to prepare and plan for severe weather and participate in Statewide Tornado Drill on Tuesday, March 8…

Recent earthquake activity raises interest in Earthquake Awareness Month in Missouri

Largest quake in 30 years in November serves as a reminder to prepare for earthquake safety Original Source

Federal Medical Team Headed to St. Louis to Assist Hospital Staff Following State Request

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FEMA Approves Governor Parson's Federal Disaster Declaration Request for December 10 Severe Storms and Tornadoes

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Missouri law enforcement agencies invited to apply now for Local Violent Crime Prevention (LVCP) Grant by Jan. 21, 2022 deadline

New state grant will fund technology and equipment used in violent crime reduction and prevention efforts beginning Feb. 1, 2022…

Missouri to Honor First Responders Seriously Injured in the Line of Duty with new Red, White and Blue Award

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Governor Parson Requests Federal Disaster Declaration for Seven Missouri Counties Due to Severe Storms and Tornadoes

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State Assisting Missouri Communities Affected by Deadly Tornadoes and Severe Storms

Governor Parson to Travel to Impacted Areas on Sunday Original Source

Thanksgiving begins period of higher fire risk as more friends, relatives gather to celebrate the holidays this year

State Fire Marshal urges Missourians to put safety first as they cook, decorate and gather again for more family reunions…

Winter Weather Preparedness Week is Nov. 15 – 19

Missourians are reminded to prepare for cold temperatures and potentially dangerous weather this winter Original Source

Department of Public Safety launching grant program to help deter crime in 7 Missouri communities

A total of $500,000 in funding is available through new state Economic Distress Zone Fund grant program; Eligible applicants must…

Phone scammers manipulate Caller ID, making phone calls appear to come from Missouri Capitol Police

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Governor Parson Announces More Than $1.8 Million in Grants to 19 Agencies Across State to Investigate and Prosecute Criminals Who Victimize Children

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