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Tornado victim finds missing dog

Tornado victim finds dog during TV interview

Amid the devastation in Oklahoma, a tornado victim's missing dog emerges from the rubble during a TV interview.

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Tornado damage in Union City, Okla

Tornadoes hit Okla. again

Residents in Oklahoma and across the Midwest woke up Sunday to excessive storm damage, destroyed homes and no power in some areas.

Moore couple survives in storm ditch

Okla. couple survives in storm ditch

An Oklahoma couple leaves their apartment to find shelter during a deadly tornado and say they were turned away at local bank.

Students, parents reunited after horrific tornado

A Moore student talks about riding out the storm with his mother protecting him.

Effort turns from rescue to recovery

Moore County Commissioner Brian Maughn talks about the ongoing efforts of public health officials after a tornado devastates the area.

Family desperate to locate missing 9-year-old

The Hornsby family is frantically searching for their missing daughter Janae.

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Plaza Towers Elementary, Moore tornado

Look back: Monster twister hits Moore, Okla.

Tuesday marks one year since an EF5 tornado ravaged Moore, Okla., on May 20, 2013, killing 24 people -- including seven students at Plaza Towers Elementary school. Take a look back at images from the storm.

Moore Oklahoma tornado damage

Common tornado myths busted

The tornado that ripped through Oklahoma has left many questioning what they thought they knew about how the powerful natural disasters. Here are the most common tornado myths debunked.

Moore, Okla, tornado damage

10 costliest tornadoes since 1950

The tornado that destroyed Moore, Okla., is likely to rank among these costliest twisters.

Moore, OK 5/20/13

Tornadoes hit Midwest

View severe weather images from the storms that have impacted the center of the country starting on Saturday.

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Tornado victim finds missing dog

Tornado victim finds dog during TV interview

Amid the devastation in Oklahoma, a tornado victim's missing dog emerges from the rubble during a TV interview.

How you can help

Show your support for the victims of the Midwest tornadoes in one of the following ways:

American Red Cross

Click here to donate to the Red Cross Disaster Relief fund. You can also give blood at your local hospital or blood bank. You can send send a $10 donation to the Disaster Relief fund via text message by texting the word REDCROSS to 90999. The donation will show up on your wireless bill or be deducted from your balance if you have a prepaid phone. You need to be 18 or older or have parental permission to donate this way. (If you change your mind, text the word STOP to 90999.)

Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief

This organization says donations will go straight to help those in need providing tree removal services, laundry services and meals to victims of disasters. They are requesting monetary donations (clothing is not needed). Click here to donate at Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief's website. You can send checks to BGCO, Attn: Disaster Relief, 3800 N. May Ave., Oklahoma City, OK., 73112.

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is organizing disaster response units to serve hard-hit areas in central Oklahoma. Supporters can donate online via the organization's website at SalvationArmyUSA.org. You can text the word STORM to 80888 to make a $10 donation to the Salvation Army on a cell phone. If you want to send a check, the Salvation Army asks that you put the words "Oklahoma Tornado Relief" on the check, and mail it to The Salvation Army, P.O. Box 12600, Oklahoma City, OK., 73157.

United Way of Central Oklahoma

Click here to donate to the United Way of Central Oklahoma’s Disaster Relief Fund. Checks, with a notation of "May Tornado Relief," can also be sent to the United Way of Central Oklahoma, P.O. Box 837, Oklahoma City, OK , 73101.

Feeding America

Feeding America says it will deliver truckloads of food, water and supplies to communities in need in Oklahoma, and will also "set up additional emergency food and supply distribution sites as they are needed." Click here to donate online.

Operation USA

The international relief group, based in Los Angeles, says it is "readying essential material aid — emergency, shelter and cleaning supplies" to help Oklahoma's community health organizations and schools recover. Donate online here. You can also give a $10 donation by texting the word AID to 50555. Checks should be sent to: Operation USA, 7421 Beverly Blvd., PH, Los Angeles, CA 90036.

Local photos: April 2011 tornadoes

Camp Creek tornado damage cleanup

ONE YEAR LATER: Greene County Storm Damage

We took to the skies a year after the tornadoes ripped through Greene County, Tennessee to see how cleanup has progressed.

Glade Spring before/after

ONE YEAR LATER: Damage Before/After

Photos of the same areas just after the April 28 tornadoes and again a year later.

Glade Spring damage

Aerial Photos of Glade Spring Damage (1)

Aerial photos of the damage done to the Glade Spring area after heavy thunderstorms and tornadoes on April 27.

Glade Spring damage

Aerial Photos Of Glade Spring Damage (2)

Aerial photos of the damage done to the Glade Spring area after heavy thunderstorms and tornadoes on April 27.