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Joplin Tornado (2011)

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  • Oklahoma tornado: Search, cleanup continue; rebuilding ahead

    Oklahoma tornado: Search, cleanup continue; rebuilding ahead
    MOORE, Okla. — State and local officials vowed Tuesday to rebuild this bereft suburb, shattered by a tornado that brought death and massive destruction, even as they fought poor weather to push ahead with rescue efforts.
  • Mike Landis

    Mike Landis
     Mike Landis joined KY3 in the spring of 2010, but he was no stranger to the Ozarks. "I was born right here in Springfield, and am proud to have grown up in the surrounding area," Mike explained.  "I grew up watching KY3, and am honored to have made...

    Engineering study shows wind speeds below 135 mph caused majority of damage in Joplin

    Engineering study shows wind speeds below 135 mph caused majority of damage in Joplin
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- An investigative team of engineers affiliated with the American Society of Civil Engineers found EF-2 winds, not EF-4 or EF-5, caused more than 80 percent of the damage in the Joplin tornado in May 2011. The twister had a 22-mile-...

    Despite Life Saving Potential, State Reluctant to Mandate Storm Shelters

    Despite Life Saving Potential, State Reluctant to Mandate Storm Shelters
    MOORE, Okla. (AP) — After living nearly 20 years in their one-story brick home, Sherry and Larry Wells finally won the lottery — for a state rebate on a home storm shelter, that is. A contractor finished installing the concrete bunker...

    Dogs to help mend hearts in Newtown

    Dogs to help mend hearts in Newtown
    A team of golden retrievers made an 800-mile journey from the Chicago area to Newtown, Conn., over the weekend to comfort those affected by the recent school massacre. Lutheran Church Charities deployed about 10 of the canines Saturday evening for...