A group of children just barely escaped a tornado that nearly destroyed a small South Dakota town. Yesterday's twister struck while the kids were attending Sunday school at Zion Lutheran Church in Delmont.
Several towns in the Midwest have been left devastated after at least two tornadoes swept through Illinois.
Amid the damage from tornadoes last night in Oklahoma and Arkansas, a high school student inspired people on Twitter by snapping this picture. Chase Moore, who lives in Moore, Oklahoma, noticed that a snapped telephone pole had become suspended from power lines.
Maria Molina reported live this morning amid the devastation in Mayflower, Arkansas, located about 25 miles north of Little Rock. Tornadoes ripped through the area Sunday night, leaving at least 16 people dead in the state. At least two more deaths have been reported in Oklahoma and Iowa from other tornadoes.
Much of the country is gearing up for another tornado season, but what if we could stop a tornado in its tracks?
On America's Newsroom this morning, Mike Tobin brought us the latest details from on the ground in the Midwest, where massive tornadoes touched down across the Midwest Sunday. In a chilling video above, a man captured a tornado destroying nearby houses while he recited the Lord's Prayer.
An Illinois resident who is helping neighbors affected by the tornadoes and severe storms spoke to Fox News by phone about conditions on the ground.
New video shows the destruction left behind after several tornadoes touched down in parts of Illinois.
Tornado watches and warnings are in effect across the Midwest and are expected to remain into the evening.
The deadly storms in the Midwest have claimed 15 lives including three people were killed in flash flooding in Arkansas.
The National Weather Service reported a tornado four miles west of Bennington, Kansas crossing the US 81 freeway. Storm chaser Reed Timmer spoke to Jon Scott on the phone while he was inside the circulation. He reported it was a mile-wide tornado with winds reaching at least 150 miles per hour.
A second round of deadly twisters threatened the midwestern U.S. last night, with residents of Shawnee, Oklahoma bearing the brunt of one tornadoes wrath. New video shows the scary scene when the twister touched down in the town, leaving one person dead and upwards of 30 homes completely destroyed.