BY BRYAN PAINTER email@example.com | Published: Sun, Nov 10, 2013
In Q&A during a visit to Oklahoma, Louis Uccellini talked with The Oklahoman about what he takes from his tour of the areas affected by the May 20 tornado and about decisions regarding the change in the Enhanced Fujita rating of the May 31 El-Reno-area tornado.
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | Updated: Fri, Aug 30, 2013
MOORE — The city of Moore and state of Oklahoma will receive nearly $37 million in federal aid to help recover from the May and June tornadoes and storms that killed dozens of people and caused damage estimated at more than $1 billion.
Now that the country music tornado benefit concerts are over, Oklahoma rockers took their turn to raise money for the May tornado victims.
Rock for Oklahoma was the brainchild of native Oklahoma ban Kings of Leon manager Andy Mendelsohn. who then teamed up to raise money for those affected and...
Frightened by a TV meteorologist’s warning to get underground, Virginia Shrum fled with her family and a friend to a long drainage tunnel behind their Oklahoma City apartment on May 31 to escape an approaching tornado.
It became a death trap.
In all, 11 people from the apartment sought...