Your best bet is to find a homebrew supply shop in the area. They can guide you, as well as sell you whatever you need. There are also many websites from which you can order what you need. Some examples (no endorsement implied): Williamsbrewing.com, midwestsupplies.com, brewmasterswarehouse.com, northernbrewer.com.
However, in brief, to get started:
A large pot for boiling
A fermenter vessel -- usually either a carboy (large water jug) or plastic bucket with tight fitting lid (with a hole to insert an airlock
Airlock and rubber stopper
Empty beer bottles (no twist-off)
That's pretty much it, for equipment.
Brody's Brew House
Primary: Scottish Strong Ale
Seconary: Don't use one, generally
Kegged: Sweet Potato Saison
In the fridge: Czechvar, New Belgium sampler
Planned: Either a Porter or an AIPA. Possibly a RIS.
"For a quart of ale is a dish for a king." - Shakespeare