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The " CBS Evening News" will expand to 90 minutes at 6:30 p.m. WKMG-Channel 6 will break for its 7 p.m. news, then return to Scott Pelley and the network at 7:30. NBC is dropping a "Voice" recap show at 8 p.m. for the special "Devastation in Oklahoma." The network will offer the live "Voice" eliminations show at 9. " ABC World News" will offer ... (more)
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Following the massive tornado in Oklahoma this week, the Better Business Bureau, Washington State Attorney General's Office and the Secretary of State are warning of bogus charities.
Minnesota's Director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Kris Eide said she is moved by the news of the tragedy.
Governor Robert Bentley on Tuesday said various state agencies in Alabama are in contact with their counterparts in Oklahoma to offer any assistance needed in the recovery from Monday's deadly tornado.
Even as President Obama was declaring that tornado-devastated Oklahoma would get "everything it needs right away," the state's most vociferous critic of federal emergency aid vowed that he, too, would push for assistance "without delay." Republican Sen.
Sens. Tom Coburn and Jim Inhofe, both Republicans, have consistently voted against funding disaster aid for other parts of the country.
President Obama offered prayers Tuesday for the people of Oklahoma, and said the nation will stand with them as they seek to recover from the devastating storms that claimed at least two dozen lives.
More severe weather is in the forecast for parts of the central United States already reeling from powerful tornadoes this week.
Missouri Task Force 1, based in Boone County, went on alert. They have picked which firefighters from across the state would head to Oklahoma if they are activated.
A tornado at least a half mile-wide with 200mph winds churned through Oklahoma City's suburbs Monday afternoon, killing at least 51 and causing significant property damage for the second day in a row, forcing rescue crews to search for survivors in the debris of flattened homes, businesses and two schools.
Fox News shows devastation from the air while the ground search begins as multiple deaths are confirmed in Oklahoma.
Actor Sean Penn is urging the U.S. government to pressure Bolivia to free an American businessman jailed there since 2011.
A tornado struck just south of Oklahoma City on Monday afternoon, ripping apart homes and other buildings in populated areas.
News On 6 has gotten dozens of calls and emails across Green Country about finding photos and other documents from as far away as Shawnee.