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.
For folks who survived the Moore, Oklahoma EF-5 tornado say the devastation was worse than they remembered when they returned to their homes.
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.
Conference spokesman Bob Burda says Oklahoma City leaders asked the Big 12 not to cancel the tournament and allow it to show “the strong Oklahoma spirit and to the resiliency of the Oklahoma people.”
A town in West Texas is cleaning up after a tornado hit there on Monday night. The twister tore through the town of Blanket in Brown County, just west of the Comanche County line.
After disaster strikes, many North Texans begin looking for ways to help out. Several DFW area groups are already reaching out to our neighbors in Moore, Oklahoma.
Granbury residents were abruptly interrupted and evacuated while sifting through debris and examining storm damage because of threats of another storm.
The Oklahoma state medical examiner’s office says at least 24 people were killed in Monday’s massive Oklahoma tornado. The death toll is expected to rise.
A family of five, which was swept up (literally) by the EF-4 tornado that blew into Rancho Brazos are home now; picking up the pieces.
Residents in the Rancho Brazos neighborhood got their first look at the devastation caused by an EF-4 tornado in their neighborhood.
A woman whose house was in the path of the EF-4 tornado that hit Grandbury shares her story with CBS 11.
People who escaped alive from the Hood County subdivision where six people died in a tornado, will go back for the first time Saturday morning.