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Raymond Graham, who died Sunday at age 74, will be remembered for his leadership role in developing and then managing Charleston County's Emergency Medical Services system.
The city last studied the issue 10 years ago, concluding that change was expensive and unnecessary.
FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate will swear in his deputy at the Department of Homeland Security agency during a brief ceremony set for Monday morning at the historic Faneuil Hall in Boston.
A Baltimore City Fire Department paramedic who incorrectly determined a gunshot victim had died will be suspended without pay.
Graduates will go on to work for Clark County fire and area ambulance services.
Medical personnel triaged mock victims at the University of Southern California Health Sciences Campus and the Los Angeles County Fire Department practiced an evacuation of its headquarters and transfer of command to battalion chiefs using their vehicle radios as the primary means of radio dispatch.
Some 6.7 million people have pledged to take part, according to organizers.
Scott got out of bed and turned on the light. His wife's face was pale.
The ruling by Judge Jerome O. Herlihy seems to clear the way for a possible conviction.
The storm prompted evacuation warnings earlier Tuesday near Santa Cruz and disrupted power across the state.