May 9, 2014
Two High School Students Hoping to Make a Difference
It's been more than a week since deadly tornadoes ripped through north Alabama. The severe weather took two lives and caused extensive damage in Limestone County.
Rogersville To Get Weather Siren Coverage
Whether from phone apps, television, weather radios or outdoor weather sirens, all can play an important part in saving lives.
AT&T technicians continue repairing storm damage
In the week since the storms, some people are still without phone service in various parts of the Tennessee Valley.
Some Limestone County Residents Still Without Power
Crews have been working around the clock in Limestone County to replace utility poles and rehang power lines knocked down by the storms one week ago, but 1,400 people are still without power.
Limestone, Lincoln EF-3 tornadoes remained on ground for about 30 minutes each, tracking...
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - The EF-3 tornadoes that struck Limestone County and Lincoln County, Tenn., each tracked almost 16 miles on the ground, according to storm surveys conducted Tuesday by the National Weather Service forecasting office in Huntsville.