- Moore officials: Federal grants to help build 'safe rooms' delayed by red tape
Officials in the Oklahoma City suburb ravaged by deadly tornadoes Monday complained earlier this year about FEMA's foot-dragging over $2 million in federal grants for "safe rooms" in 800 homes that would protect people from severe weather.
- Silver lining: Family digs dogs out of rubble
MOORE, Okla. – In the rubble of their flattened home, under a car and in a smashed kennel, were the two remaining members of the Hendricks' family: a pair of chihuahaus, Lola and Louie, who survived the monster tornado that struck this Oklahoma town.
- Tales from the tornado: First-person accounts from survivors
A tornado that devastated Oklahoma City's suburbs has left dozens of people dead, numerous injured and missing and countless homes destroyed. As rescue workers continue to pick through the rubble, hoping to find survivors, here are some accounts from those who did make it out.