Brandon Morgan wanted to get up early to chase tornadoes. But Morgan, 22, overslept, and by the time he rolled out of bed on …
(MOORE, Okla.) — The parents and guardians stood in the muddy grass outside a suburban Oklahoma City church, listening intently as someone with a bullhorn called out the names of children who were being dropped off — …
Huge twister killed at least 51 people on Monday.
(NEW YORK) — Monday’s powerful tornado in suburban Oklahoma City loosely followed the path of a killer twister that slammed the region in May 1999.
The National Weather Service estimated that the storm that struck Moore, …
(OKLAHOMA CITY) — Officials at two hospitals say they’ve been treating more than 120 patients, including about 50 children, since a massive tornado hit suburban Oklahoma City.
Spokeswoman Brooke Cayot (KAY’-ot) says nine of …
Violent winds destroyed homes, businesses and schools in Moore, Oklahoma, on Monday, leaving its residents reeling.
(MOORE, Okla.) — Television footage shows flattened buildings and fires after a mile-wide tornado moved through the Oklahoma City area.
Connecticut commuters planned for long, slow trips to and from work Monday following last week’s train collision that that injured 72 people and disrupted rail service into New York City.
A quiet tornado season across the U.S. was violently interrupted when twisters ripped through the Great Plains and Midwest, spurred by a storm system that stretched from Texas to Minnesota.
A powerful storm system rumbled through the Plains and upper Midwest on Sunday, spawning tornadoes that damaged homes and buildings near Oklahoma City and put the Tulsa area on high-alert
(GRANBURY, Texas) — Raul Rodriguez counts himself a lucky man.
For two years, the 42-year-old auto mechanic and his family have enjoyed life in his house in the Rancho Brazos Estates subdivision of Granbury, a North Texas …
Firefighters are working to contain a smoky wildfire in northwestern Wisconsin that has consumed 8,700 acres, destroyed nearly 50 structures and forced dozens from their homes.
Workers are set to begin demolishing perhaps the most famous symbol of Superstorm Sandy’s devastation along New Jersey’s shoreline.