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More severe weather is in the forecast for parts of the central United States already reeling from powerful tornadoes this week.
Missouri Task Force 1, based in Boone County, went on alert. They have picked which firefighters from across the state would head to Oklahoma if they are activated.
A tornado at least a half mile-wide with 200mph winds churned through Oklahoma City's suburbs Monday afternoon, killing at least 51 and causing significant property damage for the second day in a row, forcing rescue crews to search for survivors in the debris of flattened homes, businesses and two schools.
Fox News shows devastation from the air while the ground search begins as multiple deaths are confirmed in Oklahoma.
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A tornado struck just south of Oklahoma City on Monday afternoon, ripping apart homes and other buildings in populated areas.
News On 6 has gotten dozens of calls and emails across Green Country about finding photos and other documents from as far away as Shawnee.
The State Emergency Operations Center is activated due to severe storms in the state.
A tornado watch has been issued for almost all of eastern Oklahoma until 11 p.m. Overnight thunderstorms on Saturday led to damage in Broken Arrow.
After an unusually quiet U.S. spring tornado season through the first half of May, it is trying to make up for lost time with multiple outbreaks of tornadoes possible through Tuesday.
Despite calls by several Oklahoma legislators to address hundreds of millions of dollars in state tax credits and exemptions for businesses and industries, little has been done as another session approaches its end.
Gov. Mary Fallin is proposing a last-minute legislative change to the state's Insure Oklahoma program that would direct $50 million in state tobacco taxes to pay for more than 9,000 Oklahomans who are expected to lose their health insurance under the program.
Backers of a museum devoted to Oklahoma popular culture say they're still hopeful state lawmakers will approve $40 million to help build it.