2 hrs ago | Gilmer Mirror
In response to the disaster, people are donating many different resources that the community needs to rebuild itself, including children's books.
6 hrs ago | ComputerWorld
When questions arise about the threat of tornadoes to Perimeter Technology's Oklahoma City data center, Todd Currie has answers at the ready.
10 hrs ago | WFXL-TV Fox 31
In an effort to show support for a hospital that had a similar fate of its own, Employees of Phoebe Sumter Medical Center in Americus recently reached out to employees of Moore Medical Center in Moore, Oklahoma, which was destroyed in late May by an EF5 tornado that ravaged Oklahoma and surrounding states.
14 hrs ago | Examiner.com
The animals rescued after the Moore tornado will be up for adoption this Sunday, June 23 at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds .
16 hrs ago | BizzyBlog.com
When a devastating tornado touched down in Moore, Okla., on Monday afternoon, Shayla Taylor was on the upper floor of the local hospital, in active labor with her second child.
Turner Trucking has a history with helping areas in need. From Hurricane Katrina in 2005 to a tornado in Joplin, Mo., the company has sent trucks out with supplies collected in the community.
It was nearly a month ago that a tornado passed through the city of Moore, Oklahoma and destroyed everything in its path.
Through donations and the power of social media, Diane Brothers and other stylists are giving the Moore tornado victims a day to not feel like a victim.
Theresa Hall, Jeff and Sheri Barber pose with a truck load of items to be donated to those affected by tornadoes in Oklahoma.
Bob Patterson has seen a lot of destruction during his career working for BELFOR Property Restoration, but the recent devastation from tornadoes in Oklahoma has been one of the worst.
Nikki Winters stands in the hallway of her south Oklahoma City home Wednesday. Four strangers joined her and her son underneath a matress in the hallway as a tornadio struck nearby May 31. CHRIS LANDSBERGER - CHRIS LANDSBERGER As tornadoes danced around one south Oklahoma City neighborhood May 31, people stuck in a traffic jam fled their cars for ... (more)
Motorcycle clubs in Greene County are collecting supplies to send to people affected by last month's destructive tornados in Oklahoma.
LOG CABIN FILE PHOTO Medical personnel and responders ready a public shelter for victims from the 2011 Vilonia tornado.
FEMA announced Friday that disaster assistance for Oklahomans affected by the storms between May 18 and June 2 has topped $7.6 million.
It's a mystery along the destruction path of the May 20 tornado. Questions surround a mammoth tank in the backyard of Southwest Side resident Jo Lynn Johnson.