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New York Times Magazine Highlights Tragedy of Lost Native Tornado Knowledge
Of all the things that veteran “weather god” Charles England regrets about his tenure as the main meteorologist for Channel 9 in Oklahoma City is that he never consulted local trib...
A Tornado Tale, Part 4: Rebuilding in Oklahoma, and How to Help
The tornadoes that ripped through central Oklahoma at the end of May have since been supplanted in the news by any number of events each more upsetting than the last—most notably t...
A Tornado Tale, Part 3: Fending Off Scammers as the Community Steps In
This is the third in three installments detailing the experience of one American Indian family in the tornado that plowed through Moore, Oklahoma on May 20, 2013...
A Tornado Tale, Part 2: An Interminable 15 Minutes, Then Silence
The Komahs, their grandchildren and two neighbors huddled in the underground shelter as the EF-5 tornado, packing winds of 200 miles per hour or more, raged overhead...
A Tornado Tale, Part 1: One Family’s Survival Story
Maxine and Richard Komah rode out the Moore tornado of May 20 huddled underground with their distraught young grandchildren and some neighbors, hanging onto the heaving door of the...
Oklahoma Tornadoes: Debate Over Funding Storm Shelters in Schools Begins
As Oklahoma and Indian country mourn their dead and clean up from the devastating tornadoes that swept through the center of the state during the second half of May, politicians ha...
Oklahoma Tornadoes: New Website Collects Aid for Native Victims
The lives of at least 50 Native families have been turned upside down, many of them literally, by the tornadoes that devastated Oklahoma in May...
Tornadoes Pummel Moore and Oklahoma City Anew; At Least Five Killed
A mother and her baby were killed by a tornado that barreled through Missouri and Oklahoma City less than two weeks after a massive twister ravaged the nearby suburb of Moore...
Oklahoma Tornado Destroyed 20 Indian Families’ Homes; Tribes Mobilize Relief
As it emerged that the homes of 20 American Indian families had been destroyed in Moore, Oklahoma, earlier this week, tribes across Oklahoma and the nation began gathering resource...
Oklahoma Awakes to Grim New Reality as Recovery Efforts Begin
As Oklahoma awoke to a devastating new reality—inasmuch as anyone had slept at all, that is—on the morning of Tuesday, May 21, the stirrings of recovery were evident, though commun...
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