(MADISON) – Schools, businesses, families, and individuals have two opportunities to test their emergency plans during statewide tornado drills on April 20, 2017. The drills are part of the annual spring severe weather campaign to encourage everyone in Wisconsin to be ready for possible tornadoes and severe weather.
Madison – Governor Scott Walker joined Wisconsin’s Homeland Security Advisor and Adjutant General of the Wisconsin National Guard, Major General Donald Dunbar and Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) Administrator Brian Satula today at the 50th Annual Governor’s Conference on Emergency Management and Homeland Security. Held at the Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells, the conference attracts more than 400 representatives from fire, law enforcement, emergency management, and other first responder agencies.
(MADISON) – Don’t forget to change your clocks ahead one hour on Sunday as Daylight Saving Time begins. It’s also a great time to change your batteries in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors and get other emergency safety items ready for spring storm season.
50th Annual Governor’s Conference on Emergency Management and Homeland Security Begins Wednesday
Students at Waubesa Intermediate School in McFarland Learn How to Be Prepared for Disasters & Emergencies
Did you know that most home cooking fires occur on Thanksgiving? That’s why it’s important to follow the safety tips below to help keep your holiday safe this year.
Gov. Scott Walker joined Maj. Gen. Don Dunbar, Wisconsin’s adjutant general, and Wisconsin Emergency Management Administrator Brian […]
Another series of severe storms moved across Wisconsin yesterday afternoon and evening, causing damage to buildings, down […]
Governor Scott Walker declared a State of Emergency for Barron, Jackson, and Rusk counties following severe storms […]