The National Weather Service says the deadly tornado that struck near Oklahoma City late last week was another top-of-the-scale EF5, and that it has set a new record as the widest ever recorded.
Monday night you have a chance to help a local organization's relief efforts in tornado-ravaged Moore, Oklahoma.
A storm that dropped tornadoes in the Oklahoma City area brought high winds and heavy rains to the suburb that was recently hit by a deadly twister.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a mother and child were killed as tornadoes moved through Oklahoma City.
Last night, Blake Shelton says he got together with some of his "closest friends from Oklahoma and beyond."
A local couple in Kansas City is taking approved supplies to Moore, OK that will be donated to help with the relief efforts.
The pictures from Moore, Okla., are powerful, telling a story without a single word.
An Oklahoma man found his damaged truck and was able to start its engine, which put a smile on his face in the aftermath of a devastating tornado.
From Moore, Okla., to Blue Springs, Mo.: The connection to the deadly tornado is incredibly painful for one local family, whose 7-year-old son lost his best friend in the tragedy.
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To the right are the paths of tornadoes over the years in the Moore, Oklahoma area.
Red: May 3rd, 1999 Tornado Path
Blue: May 8th, 2003 Tornado Path
Green: May 20th, 2013 Tornado Path
You can see how a portion of the 2013 storm (green) overlaps the 1999 storm (red), which was an F5 tornado that did around 1.1 billion dollars in damage. 36 people died in that storm and 8,000 homes were badly damaged or destroyed.