Former FEMA Presidential Appointee Mark Neveau weighs in on The KTVU News at 5PM.
Mark Neveau spoke with KTVU's Julie Haener during the 5 O'Clock News on Monday, June 1, 2020.
California's wildfire season is just around the corner, but the state is already facing a series of challenges-—the COVID-19 pandemic and a $54 billion deficit.
Former FEMA Presidential Appointee Mark Neveau breaks down the process for California counties to reopen.
Former FEMA Director Mark Neveau spoke to KTVU's Julie Haener during the 5 O'Clock News on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 about these two important issues: air travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and the upcoming wildfire season in California.
Former FEMA Director Mark Neveau weighs in
Former FEMA Coordinator Mark Neveau explains why these floating hospitals are so essential right now.
Former FEMA coordinator Mark Neveau spoke with Andre Senior and Heather Holmes on The Four on Friday, March 20. Neveau, a former FEMA coordinator and Fremont Fire Dept. Battalion Chief, has responded to many of the largest disasters in the U.S. in recent history, including Ground Zero in New York City and several hurricanes along the East Coast.
Former FEMA coordinator Mark Neveau spoke with KTVU's Andre Senior and Heather Holmes on Wednesday, March 18 and shared a few details about the federally-announced COVID-19 Emergency Aid Package.
Mark Neveau spoke with Heather Holmes on The Four on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.
Mark Neveau spoke with KTVU's Alex Savidge and Heather Holmes on The Four on Wednesday, March 4, 2020.
Former FEMA Coordinator Mark Neveau weighs in on this developing international story.
The fire broke out at the Nustar Energy facility in Rodeo early in the afternoon on October 15, 2019.
Mark Neveau spoke on the phone with Heather Holmes and Alex Savidge during The Four as police were responding to a shooting incident at the Tanforan Mall in San Bruno on July 2, 2019.
Mark Neveau appears on The Four on Wednesday, February 6, 2019.
President Trump tweeted Wednesday morning, threatening to cut off FEMA funding to California for forest fires.
Scientists researching the effects of climate change say global warming is producing stronger hurricanes, which could mean emergency response protocols might need to change in the face of future disasters.
As of Saturday, all six counties involved in the North Bay Fires have been declared an emergency disaster zone, officials said. This means there’s individual assistance for those impacted.