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Deadly tornado nearly follows path of ’99 storm
MOORE — A massive F4 tornado with winds estimated at 200 mph spun through this city Monday afternoon, killing approximately 91 persons and taking a path eerily close to the May 3, 1999, storm that killed 43....
Moore patients, employees accounted for
MOORE — Patients and staff inside the seriously damaged Moore Medical Center were all accounted for, hospital officials said late Monday....
Theater guests, staff take cover then help others
MOORE — Before even hearing the massive tornado that ripped through the walls, obliterated the windows and chewed through the Warren Theater in Moore where he works as a team member, Young said he could feel it.
‘This is it. This is my life’
MOORE —In the aftermath of a violent tornado ripping through Moore, residents are shocked, dazed and resolute....
Journey Church, OU open doors to storm victims
Journey Church in Norman has opened its doors to shelter victims of the tornado that swept through Moore on Monday. They are also collecting donations for the victims....
Thousands jam roadways seeking shelter from the storm
MOORE —People were running and walking, riding bicycles and careening through ditches on ATVs trying to get into neighborhoods in the Moore area Monday afternoon. History seemed to replay the events that once rocked this area when a ...
Tornado rekindles nightmare storm of 1999
MOORE — For some residents of Moore, Monday’s events were a reminder of the May 3, 1999, tornado that caused devastation in the same area. Judy Odem, who’s lived in Moore for 40 years, said she learned after the 1999 tornado that she ...
One step closer to judge post
Legislative leaders in both houses pledged Tuesday that securing passage of a bill adding a district judge for Cleveland County is a done deal.
Moore voters approve proposition continuing OG&E distribution
In a landslide vote Tuesday, Moore voters approved to continue the franchise of OG&E to distribute electricity in the city and maintain poles, wires, conduits and other facilities and equipment in the public rights of way....
Library to offer email basics class
Beginning computer users are invited to Email Basics at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library, 2201 SW 134th St. The class takes place in the library’s Computer Training Center.
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