Forty-six cities and their surrounding suburbs will win Homeland Security Department counterterror grants from a $740 million program this year. The funding amounts for the cities will be announced Wednesday.

Three of the cities on this year's list didn't make the cut last year but are now considered high-risk terror targets by the Homeland Security Department. They are: Memphis, Tenn., and Fort Lauderdale and Orlando, Fla.

Eleven of the cities may not qualify in 2007. They are: Baton Rouge, La.; Buffalo, N.Y.; Las Vegas; Louisville, Ky.; Oklahoma City; Omaha, Neb.; Phoenix; Sacramento, Calif.; San Diego; Tampa, Fla., and Toledo, Ohio.

The rest of the cities to win the funding are:

CALIFORNIA: Anaheim/Santa Ana; Los Angeles; San Francisco/Oakland

COLORADO: Denver

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: The National Capital Region, including Washington and its Maryland and Virginia suburbs

FLORIDA: Jacksonville; Miami

GEORGIA: Atlanta

HAWAII: Honolulu

ILLINOIS: Chicago

INDIANA: Indianapolis

LOUISIANA: New Orleans

MASSACHUSSETS: Boston

MARYLAND: Baltimore

MICHIGAN: Detroit

MINNESOTA: Minneapolis/St. Paul

MISSOURI: Kansas City; St. Louis

NORTH CAROLINA: Charlotte

NEW JERSEY: Jersey City/Newark

NEW YORK: New York City

OHIO: Cincinnati; Cleveland; Columbus

OREGON: Portland

PENNSYLVANIA: Philadelphia; Pittsburgh

TEXAS: Dallas/Fort Worth/Arlington; Houston; San Antonio

WASHINGTON: Seattle

WISCONSIN: Milwaukee