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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT NEWS
The Office of the Governor
MADISON -- Governor Tony Evers has declared a state of emergency in response to Wisconsin's ongoing winter storm and potentially life-threatening temperatures. Gov. Evers has also directed state agencies to close state government offices for public business with limited exceptions.
The Office of the Governor
MADISON -- Governor Tony Evers has declared a State of Emergency for the entire state of Wisconsin in response to the ongoing winter storm and the pending dangerous wind chills that will blanket the state the rest of the week.
Andrew Beckett, Wisconsin Emergency Management
MADISON, Wis. — A major winter storm will impact most of southern Wisconsin beginning this morning, continuing throughout the day and evening, with some areas seeing double digit snowfall amounts. Following the snow, bitter Arctic air will cover the state, bringing some of the coldest temperatures in the last few years.
ReadyWisconsin
MADISON, Wis. – Time is running out for Wisconsin residents to register for federal disaster assistance, if they had property damage caused by the flooding and storms the state experienced in August and September of this year. If you sustained flood or storm damage, and live in one of the nine federally declared counties, you have until Dec. 17, 2018 to apply for assistance.
ReadyWisconsin
MADISON, Wis. – With the start of the holiday shopping season just around the corner, many consumers will be looking online for bargains. Being aware of some potential risks could keep a simple online purchase from turning into a financial headache.
The Office of the Governor
MADISON – Governor Scott Walker today announced that President Donald J. Trump has approved a federal disaster declaration to help individuals and local communities impacted by devastating floods and strong storms that occurred in August and September. Earlier this month, Governor Walker requested federal disaster aid.
ReadyWisconsin
As technology advances, our homes are becoming more connected. Mobile devices, TVs and even many new appliances are now incorporating wireless technologies into their normal operations. During Cyber Security Awareness Month, it’s important to consider ways to make sure your home network and the devices that are connected to it are protected.
ReadyWisconsin
MADISON, Wis. – From paying bills to interacting with friends, online accounts have become a crucial part of our lives. October is Cyber Security Awareness Month in Wisconsin, and it’s a good time to secure those accounts.

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