Lincoln, McClain, Oklahoma and Pottawatomie counties are named in the federal disaster declaration as well as Cleveland County. The storm has resulted in at least 24 deaths, including seven children from an elementary school, and 237 injuries.
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Just thinking about these so many families that are devastated, Stoops said during an ESPN interview. This will be a long-term effort to get everyone back on their feet.
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Stars with local ties send their well wishes and sympathy to Oklahoma tornado victims
Death toll revised to 24; search for survivors continues Lincoln, McClain, Oklahoma and Pottawatomie counties are named in the federal disaster declaration as ...
MICHAEL OVERALL, CARY ASPINWALL AND AMANDA BLANDWorld Staff Writers
Walmart pledges $1M for Moore tornado recovery The Bentonville, Ark.-based company said Tuesday that it will make donations of cash and materials equal ...
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Oklahoma delegation promises assistance to state Rep. Tom Cole of Moore said the president’s “was a generous and gracious gesture, and I know he meant ...
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Bob Stoops: Loss of children is "heartbreaking." Just thinking about these so many families that are devastated, Stoops said during an ESPN interview. ...
ERIC BAILEY World Sports Writer
How to help tornado victims A list of web sites, phone numbers, mailing addresses and more for how to help Oklahoma tornado vict ...
Senate panel OKs measure to tap rainy day fund for tornado relief Senate Bill 249 would provide up to $45 million from the fund, which contains nearly $600 million.
BARBARA HOBEROCKWorld Capitol Bureau
Moore tornado rating upgraded to EF-5 Winds at the maximum gust were estimated to be between 200 and 210 mph, the lower end of the EF-5 ca ...
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Obama opposes GOP bill on Keystone XL oil pipeline The White House said Tuesday that the bill 'seeks to circumvent longstanding and proven processes' by ...
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Others tell stories of survival She says one girl was hit on the head with a light falling from the ceiling. The students sat “crisscross ...
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Pope expresses solidarity with tornado survivors The pope posted a Twitter message to the survivors Tuesday, and followed up with a telegram to the archbishop ...
State backs off plans for Tulsa popular culture museum “We need to be thinking first of our fellow Oklahomans who have suffered from this devastating disaster,” ...
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Tulsa area responders helping with recovery efforts in Moore Oklahoma Task Force 1, a search and rescue team based in northeast Oklahoma, deployed to Moore early ...
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Shock cuts veteran guard Scholanda Dorrell One more cut is necessary for the Shock to reach the regular-season limit of 11 by Thursday’s deadli ...
More than 200 treated for injuries following tornado About 20 patients remained at one hospital Tuesday, but it wasn't clear how many patients remained hospitalized ...
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Damage teams beginning to assess damage across Oklahoma Some of the storms caused isolated damage, but no injuries have been reported.
Oklahomans warned to beware of fraudulent disaster charities “The main scam that we see first in tragedies like this is charity fraud,” said Diane Clay, a spokeswoman ...
KYLE ARNOLD World Staff Writer
Support for tornado victims pouring in from sports, entertainment stars Stars with local ties send their well wishes and sympathy to Oklahoma tornado victims
Moore man killed in wreck during storm cleanup He was reportedly not wearing a seat belt.
Obama says Oklahoma will receive help Obama, who spoke from the White House at 9 a.m. Tuesday, said: “Our prayers are with the people of Oklahoma ...
Videos, photos and reaction from Moore Tweets and Facebook posts to give you an idea of what is happening in Moore
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Medical Examiner: 51 killed in tornado that swept through Moore The death toll is expected to rise, officials said. The tornado had winds up to 200 mph, the National ...
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Severe weather threat diminishing for northeast Oklahoma Update 7:10 p.m.: The severe weather threat has diminished for much of northeastern Oklahoma. ...
Photos, video and reaction to today's storms We continue to update the story as Oklahomans react.
Kids rescued from rubble at Moore elementary Rescue workers lifted children from the rubble before they were passed down a human chain and taken to ...
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Hope for survivors fades at ruined school In a drizzle under hastily erected bright lights, dozens of emergency workers searched into the night ...
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Death notices for May 21 Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma.
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Moore tornado: At least 20 children among the dead; 2 dozen more still missing Rescue workers are searching the rubble of a collapsed school for two dozen more students.
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Death notices for May 20 Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma.
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