MOORE, Okla. – It has been six months since powerful tornadoes tore through central Oklahoma, destroying schools and homes in Moore.
Despite the devastation, the city has a lot to be thankful for as the year continues.
Debris cleanup has cost the city $14.9 million.
In addition, 100,000 claims have been filed, adding up to a total cost of $1.1 billion.
Businesses have also rebounded with double-digit sales tax growth each month since June.
Deidre Ebrey, Moore’s director of economic development, stopped by our studios with a closer look at how far the city has come.