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UPDATED: ME releases names of tornado victims
Ten children, including two infants, are among the victims of Monday’s tornado, according to the state Medical Examiner. One person has not been identified and next-of-kin have not been contacted for eight other victims....Continued ...
Officials vow not to quit looking until everyone is found
The tornado that killed 24 people and injured at least 100 others in the Moore and Oklahoma City area cut a17 mile long path that started in Newcastle and ended at Lake Stanley Draper. Nine of the dead are children....Continued ...
Plaza Towers teacher’s aide recounts twister
When the tornado siren sounded at Plaza Towers Elementary in Moore on Monday afternoon, Maylene Sorrels had one reaction: protect her students....Continued ...
First victim identified
MOORE — The first victim of Moore’s tornado was identified by family as 9-year-old Janae Hornsby, a Plaza Towers Elementary student, according to a local news station....Continued ...
Norman church serves storm victims
Journey Church was humming with activity Tuesday morning as hundreds of volunteers worked to organize donated goods for the victims of Monday’s tornado in Moore....Continued ...
Resident near Plaza Towers tells his story
As Moore resident Troy McElmurry stood near the rubble on Tuesday where his home used to be, he said he’s not sure if he wants to rebuild or not....Continued ...
Curfew set for Moore; search process explained
Police arrested two men on looting complaints Tuesday after homeowners saw the men and alerted authorities, said Moore Police Department spokesman Jeremy Lewis....Continued ...
Joplin pays it forward to Moore following Monday twister
MOORE — Joplin is paying it forward. The day before the two-year anniversary of an EF-5 leveling one-third of Joplin, pastors from Ignite Church responded to Moore, where an EF-5 spent 40 minutes on the ground....Continued ...
County crews will assess property damages
The Cleveland County assessor expects that the number of homes destroyed by Monday’s tornado will exceed the total from the May 1999 tornado that devoured much Moore....Continued ...
Hospital workers acted on their training
Medical providers acted on training and instinct Monday afternoon when an EF-5 tornado tore through the Moore Medical Center, 700 S. Telephone Road. Shannon Largent, clinical nurse manager at the center, said the hospital was on high ...Continued ...
- Volunteers, residents should be prepared
- Trauma teams available for tornado victims
- Arrests made in drug case
- County adds district judge
- Officials make room for new judge
- UPDATED: ME releases names of tornado victims
Former Sooner takes a stand
All Jade Staggs ever wanted to do was play golf for Oklahoma. Growing up less than 15 miles from the campus, it was her dream school.
From Durant to SaberCats, athletes pitching in for Moore relief
Selfish, conceited, arrogant. These are just a few of the descriptions athletes are often tagged with.
However, it’s often in times of great need that athletes can have the greatest impact. That’s been the case in the response to the EF-5 tornado that struck Moore Monday.
Sooners heading to Super Regionals
The chant reaching near-deafening levels, Lauren Chamberlain finally realized what she was supposed to do.
- Former Sooner takes a stand