MOORE, Okla. – Seven years ago, a devastating EF-5 tornado hit Moore, killing more than 20 people, including children. The tornado was just one part of a three-day severe weather event. On May 20, 2013, the touchdown first started near Chickasha and began to rapidly intensify. It then produced a tornado on the west side of […]
State and national leaders are praising the designation of a local park that honors the lives lost during the Tulsa Race Massacre as an official member of the African American Civil Rights Network.
A day after Governor Steve Sisolak officially announced he “feels confident” on June 4 as the date gaming operations can resume, a few Strip properties confirmed they will reopen their doors a week from Thursday.
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Mercy hospitals in Oklahoma will restrict visitor access starting Saturday, March 14, to prevent coronavirus from spreading to patients. “Out of an abundance of caution, our next critical step in safeguarding our patients and co-workers is to begin enforcing restricted visitor access statewide. Effective at 6 a.m. Saturday, March 14, all […]
MOORE, Okla. (KFOR) – Moore Public Schools’ counselors have been meeting with students around the clock since Monday’s tragic accident, but the district says there’s a long way to go. “This is gonna be a long time. Months, weeks, years for some of these kids,” said Michelle McNear, Moore PS Assistant Superintendent, Counseling. Two students’ […]
MOORE, Okla. – Twenty-four people were killed in the tornado that tore through Moore May 20, 2013. Ten of those victims were children, seven of them were in the Plaza Towers Elementary School. Terri Long – 49 Megan Futrell – 29 Case Futrell – 4 months Shannon Quick – 40 Sydnee Vargyas – 7 months Karrina […]
MOORE, Okla. – Heartbreak, devastation and the city picking up the pieces after a deadly tornado ripped through Moore, Oklahoma, on Monday. Now, one day later as families mourn, the clean-up and recovery effort continues throughout the area. The medical examiner’s office has confirmed 24 people have been killed in Monday’s Moore tornado; at least […]
WASHINGTON, D.C.– President Obama will visit tornado-torn parts of Oklahoma on Sunday, according to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney. A tornado struck on Sunday; then a massive EF5 hit on Monday, killing 24 and injuring more than 300. During a press conference on Tuesday, President Obama said he would make sure Oklahoma gets all […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – Friends and family who lost their little girl in the Moore tornado gathered in Oklahoma City Wednesday afternoon to remember her and raise funds for recovery. Nine-year-old Sydney Angle was killed in Plaza Towers elementary during the EF-5 tornado that tore through Moore Monday. Her parents lost their home in the same […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – We couldn’t believe our eyes. School children, one after another, being pulled out of the rubble. Wednesday, students and parents from schools not directly impacted by the tornado spent the day at St. Andrew’s Church filling backpacks for kids who lost all their belongings in the tornado. Parents are using the tragedy […]
MOORE, Okla. – For the first time since the terrible storms, we were allowed to survey the damage at Plaza Towers elementary. Edmond police showed us the first look at this terrible scene. Ali Meyer toured the unrecognizable area where the tornado took seven children from their families Monday. *Get complete coverage of the Moore […]