One family in Moore, Oklahoma likely feels they found something of a guardian angel in 11-year-old Dyllon Orthman. After seeing the devastation caused in the Oklahoma town after massive twisters tore through its streets and destroyed over 1,000 homes, Dyllon decided he wanted to make a difference. So, he got out his lawnmower and took to the streets.
President Obama is visiting Moore, Oklahoma -- the scene of last week’s devastating tornado. During a press conference, he vowed to provide continuous support to the community as it rebuilds.
Today on Studio B, Shepard Smith reported from a chopper above Moore, Oklahoma. Monday’s tornado took 24 lives, including children, and destroyed homes and businesses. “Our goal over the next […] is to show you the entire path that the tornado through this suburb of Oklahoma City,” Shep said.
Yesterday, Fox News' Shepard Smith reported live from the center of a tornado's deadly devastation in Moore, Oklahoma. Today, he'll be on the ground yet again - interviewing country superstar Toby Keith and continuing with coverage of developments underway as the community begins to deal with their loss.
Retired US Army Sgt. Troy Gamble is a resident of Moore, Oklahoma where a massive tornado caused death and destruction on Monday. He spoke to Fox News’ Alicia Acuna and shared the story behind an American flag that he put up amid the debris that was once his home.
75 children at Plaza Towers Elementary School were sheltered down in the building when a tornado ripped through Moore, Oklahoma. 15 of those children are unaccounted for at this moment.
A tornado that stretches over a mile-wide near in the Greater Oklahoma City area barreled through the city of Moore. Video taken from a chopper shows a fire that broke out amid homes that have been leveled. Hundreds of people are out and searching through rubble looking for survivors.
Dramatic live video captured the formation of a tornado south of Oklahoma City. The video came courtesy of KWTV/KOTV.
As the tornado touches down, the video captures debris flying and power lines being struck.