- May 2013 Tornadoes
Siblings withstand storm in fridge
Brother and sister co-owners of a Chinese takeout restaurant huddled inside a refrigerator to survive Monday’s deadly tornado that claimed 24 lives.
VIDEO: Residents begin cleanup following EF-5 tornado
Survivor Michael Dawson talks about living through the tornado and the discovery in his backyard following the storm that gave him a startle.
Tornado briefs: Jazz bands plan benefit concert
Transcript Staff Representatives from Knipplemeir Chevrolet, Patriot Ford and Kelsey Buick GMC got together on Tuesday and decided to cast aside competition and get together to make a difference. Larry Knipplemeir, Kurt Kelsey and Ben ...
Curfew set, search process explained
Police arrested two men on looting complaints Tuesday after homeowners saw the men and alerted authorities, said Moore Police Department spokesman Jeremy Lewis....
First victim identified
MOORE — The first victim of Moore’s tornado was identified by family as 9-year-old Janae Hornsby, a Plaza Towers Elementary student, according to a local news station....
INTERACTIVE: Aerial view of Moore before and after tornado
Compare before and after shots of Plaza Towers Elementary, Briarwood Elementary, and the Moore Medical Center.
A walk through the field of wreckage
Again, it was Moore. For the third time in less than 15 years, residents of this city of about 60,000 must mourn their dead, help the living and pick up the pieces of shattered lives that now lay in a field of wreckage....
County crews will assess property damages
The Cleveland County assessor expects the number of homes destroyed by Monday’s tornado will exceed the total from the May 1999 tornado that devoured much of the city of Moore....
OSU Veterinary Hospital offers aid to tornado animal victims
STILLWATER — Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences is reaching out to animal owners affected by the recent Oklahoma tornadoes. “OSU’s veterinary center is here to support the victims of the recent Oklahoma ...
OU Athletics encourages donations to Red Cross
The Oklahoma athletics department is advising all fans that the best way to help with the Moore tornado relief effort is to text RED CROSS to 90999 to give $10 or go online to make a donation at RedCross.org....
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