The National Weather Service says the twister’s path was 10 miles long and 700 yards wide.
The Waco City Council on Tuesday raised concerns that the curfew has negative effects on children it’s meant to protect. The curfew is set to expire Nov. 7.
Fifteen people are now confirmed dead in Arkansas -– 11 of them killed by a monster twister that wiped out two towns near Little Rock. CBS 11 News is live in Mayflower, Arkansas.
Weary residents who were evacuated from their neighborhoods in West Wednesday evening were allowed back home Saturday. The long line of people snaked their way through the first loosening of check points in days. All had obtained a special mark on their cars to get in. Only homeowners who lived further away from the deadly blast site where a fertilizer plant blew up were allowed back. This is “Stage-1” of what has turned into a long week of loss, transition and ultimately hope for the small town.
Twenty-two Dallas teenagers were picked up last night as police crack down on curfew violations.