The day after a massive tornado swept through Moore, Okla., the suburb is a place of mourning for those lost. And it is a place for reunions of children with parents, with most residents marveling at how they survived the storm's fury. (May 21)
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin says her state is facing one of its 'most horrific' disasters ever. She says officials don't have a firm number of deaths caused by a massive tornado that tore through the town of Moore. FEMA has arrived to help. (May 21)
Comfort dogs from Illinois head to Oklahoma to help
The Oklahoma meidcal examiner revised the death toll down to at least 24 people, including nine children.
An Oklahoma man describes his experience during the massive tornado that struck the state. (CNN)