BY SILAS ALLEN email@example.com | Updated: Mon, Jun 10, 2013
When Oklahoma City Community College students returned to campus Monday, many of their classes weren't where they expected. College officials spent last week finding classroom space for all the college's summer courses after a tornado swept through campus, causing heavy damage to several buildings.
BY ADAM WILMOTH firstname.lastname@example.org | Published: Mon, Jun 10, 2013
While events like the NBA Finals offer the area unprecedented good publicity, recent weather disasters can have the opposite effect. City and state leaders, however, say the storms likely will have no long-term negative affect.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Hundreds of claims roll in daily to the state's insurance companies for property damaged or destroyed in the May 19-20 tornadoes that raked central Oklahoma. And state officials are still tallying claims from the May 31 tornado outbreak.
State Insurance Commissioner John...
BY PAUL MONIES Business Writer email@example.com | Published: Fri, Jun 7, 2013
Photos of a wind turbine blade on top of a damaged building at the Canadian Valley Technology Center in El Reno made the rounds on social media in the immediate aftermath of the May 31 tornado. The blade wasn't from a working turbine but was used for training at the CareerTech, officials said.