Members of five Rotary Clubs in Kentucky drove 12 hours to Gordon Cooper Technology Center in Shawnee Friday with a charter bus and school bus full of donations for volunteers and those affected by the May 19 tornado.
Fourteen years ago, the tornado outbreak in Moore destroyed the home where Andy Blochowiak lived. Monday, as a tornado raced toward his duplex, he wasn't worried about things that could be replaced, but was more concerned for his dog, Tommie.
She’s only seven years old and lives several hundred miles away, but she’s determined to help victims of the tornadoes which struck on the west edge of Shawnee, Bethel Acres and other county areas last Sunday evening.
Sue Dyke, from Wesley Methodist Church in Shawnee, said that along with all of the wonderful sites giving away supplies for tornado victims, the Wesley Free Clothes Closet is offering jeans, shoes, work clothes, children clothing, toys,...
Three days after a tornado destroyed homes in Shawnee, Dale and Bethel Acres, Jodi Warrior, while digging through the debris and rubble, found something she could have never replaced — her children's baby books.
Thomas Asbury said he his fiancé, Leighann Bryson, are lucky to be alive after seeking shelter in a bathroom at their Pottawatomie County home, where they clenched each other's wrists and prayed as Sunday's tornado ripped apart their house.
Jim Kinnamon of Shawnee showed up Sunday night at the Expo Center driving a pickup truck pulling a tractor with a front end loader. He was told to head to Bethel Road north of the river where the roadway was completely blocked because of a down tree.
For Raegan Permetter, 11, the physical injuries she suffered after being hit by a car last fall have slowly healed. And while she remembers nothing about the accident itself, the lingering effects of a traumatic brain injury are still part of her...