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Texans With Character: Stacy Smith

Oklahoma was devastated by tornadoes this past week, and the recovery efforts have only just started. Stacy Smith gathered the right resources and traveled north to help out man’s best friend.

05/24/2013

A worker drills holes into the cement pad to anchor a safe room shelter. (credit: Julie Denesha/Getty Images)

More Texans Inquiring About & Installing Storm Shelters

After seeing the destruction from the Moore, Oklahoma tornado, some Texans are thinking about their own safety. Phones have been ringing off the hook at Texas companies that sell or install in-ground safe houses or shelters.

CBSDFW.COM–05/23/2013

People walk in their tornado-devastated neighborhood on May 22, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. (credit: Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)

Video Of Man’s Home Torn Apart By Tornado Goes Viral

It was hard to process Tom Lord said. He left for work with his home in Moore, Okla. in perfectly livable condition Monday, and returned to find it torn apart. Lord though, has the rare opportunity, to watch and replay exactly how it happened.

05/22/2013

Road signs and other debris left by the May 20 tornado are seen on May 22, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. (credit: Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)

School Supplies and Toys Donated To Tornado Victims

In a matter of hours Wednesday, the entrance of a South Oklahoma City Church was overwhelmed.

05/22/2013

Moore, Oklahoma resident Jim Routon hugs his neighbor's child, 7-year-old Hezekiah, at Briarwood Elementary School after a tornado destroyed the school on May 20, 2013. (credit: Paul Hellstern, The Oklahoman/NewsOK.com)

As Recovery Continues, Hope Springs Eternal For Moore Tornado Victims

Today officials in Oklahoma are estimating the deadly tornado that tore through the city of Moore damaged or destroyed as many as 13,000 homes. As it stands, the Oklahoma Insurance Department is estimating damage somewhere between $1.5 and $2 billion.

CBSDFW.COM–05/22/2013

Road signs and other debris left by the May 20 tornado are seen on May 22, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. (credit: Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)

President Obama To Visit Tornado-Ravaged Moore, Oklahoma

President Barack Obama will travel to tornado-ravaged Moore, Oklahoma, on Sunday. White House spokesman Jay Carney says the president will view the tornado damage first-hand and meet with victims and first responders.

05/22/2013

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SPCA Bringing Pets From Oklahoma To DFW

The SPCA of Texas is transporting about 70 cats and dogs from Oklahoma to the DFW area on Wednesday, after deadly tornadoes devastated the state on Monday.

05/22/2013

Dana Ulepich looks at the debris from her house, destroyed by a powerful tornado ripped through the area on May 20, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. (credit: Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Moore Residents Sort Through Tornado Debris

Hundreds of families in Moore, Oklahoma are without homes after a deadly tornado ripped the city apart. Many others are set to spend another day sorting through debris.

05/22/2013

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Moore, Okla. Family Finds Grandfather Buried Alive In Rubble

For folks who survived the Moore, Oklahoma EF-5 tornado say the devastation was worse than they remembered when they returned to their homes.

05/21/2013

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Oklahoma Twister Leaves Stories Of Heartbreak & Hope

As the day goes on CBS 11 News crews in Oklahoma have seen and heard stories of heartbreak and hope.

CBSDFW.COM–05/21/2013

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Texas Baptist Men To Offer Cooked Meals, Comfort To Okla. Storm Victims

Texas Baptist Men are prepared to send help to Oklahoma in the way of cooking food and coordinating with other relief agencies.

05/21/2013

Nathan Ulepich searches outside of the back of his house, destroyed after a powerful tornado ripped through the area on May 20, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. (credit: Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Strength Of OK Twister Upgraded, Search For Survivors Continues

Just after 3:00 p.m. (CST) officials with the National Weather Service upgraded the classification of the deadly tornado that struck in Moore, Oklahoma to an EF-5, the strongest storm rank on the enhanced Fujita scale.

CBSDFW.COM–05/21/2013

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