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.
It’s been less than a month since massive tornadoes tore through central Oklahoma killing dozens or people and wiping out countless homes. Country music icon Ronnie Dunn is one of many stars participating in a July 6th benefit concert for the victims of the storms.
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.
We’re hearing the dramatic story of a pregnant woman who was in labor when Monday’s tornado hit Moore, Oklahoma. She says she was in the hospital with nurses by her side when the twister tore apart the building.
The very first funeral was held today for one of the seven children killed at the Plaza Towers Elementary School during Monday’s massive tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. Nine-year-old Antonia Candelaria “could find the good and joy in everything,” according to her obituary.
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.
In a rare, live interview, country music superstar Toby Keith talked with Shepard Smith about growing up in Moore, Oklahoma and what he's doing to help in the aftermath of the tornado that left a wide path of destruction. Keith's sister was among those whose homes were damaged.
Yesterday, Moore, Oklahoma resident Nate Ulepich talked to Megyn Kelly about Monday’s devastating tornado. He revealed that he had sadly lost his new home and that his beloved dog Sugar could not be found. Thankfully, there’s good news out of Moore! Last night, a patrolman found Sugar tied to a tree, and three volunteers who recognized Sugar from seeing her on the news brought her to a local shelter. Nate has now been happily reunited with his faithful companion!
We heard some new details at the top of the hour from devastated Moore, Oklahoma, where an EF-5 tornado - the most powerful strength - brought mass destruction to the area.
Roberts said the current death toll remains at 24, with 10 children among the dead, including two infants.
The seven children who died at Plaza Towers Elementary School were initially reported to have drowned because of a broken water main. Officials now say those children were asphyxiated when the building crumbled on top of them.
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.
Disaster relief is underway in Moore, Oklahoma after a tornado ripped through parts of the city. Salvation Army officials say they’ve dispatched response teams and set up mobile food stations. The Red Cross has created a website safeandwell.org, where people can register to let others know they are safe.
The National Weather Service has upgraded the tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma to an EF-5 with winds in excess of 200 miles per hour. An EF-5 is the most dangerous of all tornadoes. There have been only 58 of them since 1950.