A Moore woman, her son and a small dog experience the ordeal of May 20.
News Tim Farley
In the wake of the sorrow and tears surrounding the May 20 tornado, a
small but welcome dose of laughter and smiles arrived when an injured
Moore woman, Pam Chandler, was reunited with her dog, a black dachshund
CFN Gazette staff
Who knew weather had, as Stephen Colbert might say, a well-known
political bias? That seemed to be the case last week as the tornado that
leveled Moore also reignited a long-running debate in Washington, D.C.,
over federal spending for emergencies. Republicans say Democrats dress
up emergency spending bills with unneeded extras, while Dems counter
that Repubs don’t want to spend money for victims of natural disasters.
If your musical tastes don't lean country, there's still a music benefit for tornado relief you can check out tonight.
Music Zach Hale
Want to support the Moore relief efforts but arena country ain’t your
thing? Worry not! Tonight at the Chevy Bricktown Events Center, 429 E.
California, dozens of the metro’s brightest musicians will come together
in perhaps the most aurally enticing fundraiser yet: Music 4 Moore.
The May 20 tornado fuels calls for more schools to have shelters or safe rooms.
News Greg Horton
Strengthening school safety from Mother Nature’s deadly wrath quickly
became a focal issue in the wake of the May 20 tornado that devastated
parts of Central Oklahoma. The EF5 funnel cloud destroyed two Moore
elementary schools — Briarwood and Plaza Towers — killing seven children
at the latter location.