Top 5 videos, photos that show destructive path of deadly EF3 tornado in Oklahoma

Top 5 videos, photos that show destructive path of deadly EF3 tornado in Oklahoma

EL RENO, Okla. – Not many people had seen how damaging an EF3 tornado can be until a town in Oklahoma was struck Saturday night.  The tornado struck around 10 p.m., leaving several people dead and several injured. The storm destroyed buildings and vehicles, leaving a devastating trail of destruction. Here are five videos and three photos of the storm’s damage:  Copyright 2019 by KPRC Click2Houston – All rights reserved.

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Texas House, Senate approve budget deal with agreements on school finance, property taxes, Hurricane Harvey recovery

Texas House, Senate approve budget deal with agreements on school finance, property taxes, Hurricane Harvey recovery

Texas Legislature 2019 The 86th Legislature runs from Jan. 8 to May 27. From the state budget to health care to education policy — and the politics behind it all — we focus on what Texans need to know about the biennial legislative session.  More in this series  The Texas Legislature on Sunday advanced a $250.7 billion two-year budget, ending weeks of deliberation over how much money to spend on the 2019 legislative session’s two…

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Families in Dripping Springs continue to rebuild weeks after flooding

Families in Dripping Springs continue to rebuild weeks after flooding

DRIPPING SPRINGS, Texas — While many are out relaxing at lakes and pools this weekend, that’s not the reality for some people in Dripping Springs as they are still recovering after flash flooding hit their apartment complex three weeks ago. “I’m forever grateful for the men and woman in the service,” said Garrett Navarro, his Memorial Day weekend plans are not as expected. Several inches of flash flood water made it’s way inside his home…

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Texas future flood control projects

Texas future flood control projects

HOUSTON (FOX 26) – This week’s panel: Jacquie Baly – UH Downtown Political Science Professor, Mike Collier- former Democratic Lt. Governor candidate, Ben Streusand – conservative commentator, “Three Amigos”, KSEV Radio, Laura Moser – former Democratic congressional candidate, Ben Ferguson – Radio host and conservative commentator, Antonio Diaz- writer, educator and radio host,  talk about the legislature approving $3 billion from the rainy day fund to future flood control projects. AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – Nearly…

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Trump versus Pelosi – What's Your Point?

Trump versus Pelosi – What's Your Point?

HOUSTON (FOX 26) – This week’s panel: Jacquie Baly – UH Downtown Political Science Professor, Mike Collier- former Democratic Lt. Governor candidate, Ben Streusand – conservative commentator, “Three Amigos”, KSEV Radio, Laura Moser – former Democratic congressional candidate, Ben Ferguson – Radio host and conservative commentator, Antonio Diaz- writer, educator and radio host,  talk about Trump’s ongoing war with Democrats. WASHINGTON (AP) –  May 23, 2019 She’s calling for an “intervention” to save the nation…

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Pflugerville woman fills home with donations

Pflugerville woman fills home with donations

PFLUGERVILLE, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – Roughly one year ago, Dawn Branecky decided she did not want her coworker’s “pack n’ play” go to waste.  A woman she met through work was involved with TruCare Pregnancy Center in Austin, so Branecky decided she could take the “pack n’ play” there.  Then Branecky, a Pflugerville resident, put a post on the “Buy Nothing Pflugerville” Facebook page, asking if anyone else in the community had donations they wanted her…

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National Democrats Launch Ad Campaign Against U.S. Rep. Chip Roy After He Blocks Aid Package

National Democrats Launch Ad Campaign Against U.S. Rep. Chip Roy After He Blocks Aid Package

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee said it’s releasing digital ads criticizing Austin-area Congressman Chip Roy after the Republican single-handedly delayed a disaster aid package Friday. The DCCC announced the ads “will reach thousands of voters in Texas’ 21st Congressional District on Facebook and Instagram.” The freshman congressman opposed a $19 billion bipartisan aid package that would have provided aid to hurricane-prone parts of Texas, as well as other parts of the country dealing with natural…

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New Kingsland bridge now complete

New Kingsland bridge now complete

KINGSLAND, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – The new RM 2900 bridge in Kingsland is finished. The old bridge washed away during severe flooding last fall. A community now whole again. “We were all ecstatic about it. I’m extremely happy about it. We all walked the bridge Friday morning to get over there,” said Jack Garner who lives south of the bridge. After 7 months and $17.3 million later, there’s a new bridge in town over…

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Lawmaker temporarily blocks $19B disaster bill

Lawmaker temporarily blocks $19B disaster bill

WASHINGTON (AP) – A House GOP conservative complaining a long-overdue $19 billion disaster aid bill leaves out money needed to address the migrant crisis at the border blocked the bill Friday, extending a tempest over hurricane and flood relief that has left the measure meandering for months. The move came a day after the measure flew through the Senate despite a Democratic power move to strip out President Donald Trump’s $4.5 billion request for dealing…

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New Kingsland 2900 bridge is finished,

New Kingsland 2900 bridge is finished,

KINGSLAND, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – TxDOT has finished construction of the new 2900 bridge in Kingsland, just in time for Memorial Day weekend. The previous one had washed away in floods last October.  The last moments of the previous RM 2900 bridge were captured by Kenneth Smith. In the morning of October 16th, sections of the road deck were flipped and washed away by flood waters rushing down the Llano River. The bridge was built…

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$19.1 Billion Disaster Aid Bill Stalled After Republican Blocks House Vote

$19.1 Billion Disaster Aid Bill Stalled After Republican Blocks House Vote

Texas House Republican Rep. Chip Roy blocked an attempt to pass the $19.1 billion disaster aid bill by unanimous consent, likely stalling passage of the legislation until Congress returns in June. The Senate approved the measure Thursday 85-8 and House Democrats hoped to rush the legislation through in a special session on Friday, skipping the regular voting process because lawmakers already left town to begin a weeklong Memorial Day recess. The procedural vote required the…

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Katy rich with more than a century of history

Katy rich with more than a century of history

KATY, Texas (FOX 26) – In the late 1800s, as the ports of Galveston and Houston began to grow, a railway company was making its way to a watering stop before heading to port. This city was a water stop for a train line called the Missouri-Kansas-Texas line. It was shortened to MKT and some people think the KT is how this city got its name. “The guys that worked the train kind of slurred…

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Midway Meat Market reopens after Harvey

Midway Meat Market reopens after Harvey

KATY, Texas (FOX 26) – A Katy institution for generations reopened this month for the first time since Hurricane Harvey. Midway Meat Market in Katy has a new look but the same service customers have known for decades. Hermann Meyer has waited almost two years to greet his longtime customers again – waiting for Midway Meat Market to finally reopen. Even if Meyer doesn’t remember every customer’s name, you can bet he knows faces. Meyer has…

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The Latest: Record flooding likely for Arkansas communities

The Latest: Record flooding likely for Arkansas communities

Updated 9:45 am CDT, Friday, May 24, 2019 This aerial image shows the Arkansas River with the Tulsa, Okla., skyline after flooding on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Storms and torrential rains have ravaged the Midwest, from Texas through Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and Illinois, in the past few days. (Tom Gilbert/Tulsa World via AP) less This aerial image shows the Arkansas River with the Tulsa, Okla., skyline after flooding on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Storms…

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Power outages remain after tornado slams Missouri's capital

Power outages remain after tornado slams Missouri's capital

Updated 9:45 am CDT, Friday, May 24, 2019 In this aerial photograph, the Missouri Capitol is seen Thursday, May 23, 2019, in Jefferson City, Mo. Material covering part of the exterior of the building as it undergoes a renovation was damaged during a strong storm overnight. less In this aerial photograph, the Missouri Capitol is seen Thursday, May 23, 2019, in Jefferson City, Mo. Material covering part of the exterior of the building as it undergoes…

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Katy Veterans Memorial Museum

Katy Veterans Memorial Museum

KATY, Texas (FOX 26) – Betty Edmundson has been with the VFW museum since its inception in the mid-1990s, and she may be the perfect guide for this unique repository of America’s military history. It covers all branches of the military and just about every military conflict from the American Revolution up to now. “We’ve got some information with maps and pictures and artifacts on the American Revolution, then going into the War with Mexico,…

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A brief history of Katy, Texas

A brief history of Katy, Texas

KATY, Texas (FOX 26) – Located just miles from Houston, around 14,000 people call the City of Katy home. The city is located in Harris County, Fort Bend County and Waller County. The borders of all three counties intersect in Katy’s Thomas Park. What was once just wide-open prairie has under gone more than a century of growth to become the city it is today. Here’s a brief timeline of the city’s early history, according to the…

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Here's how to watch out for storms during hurricane season

CLOSE Storm surge and flooding are the greatest threats to Corpus Christi in a hurricane. Kirsten Crow/Caller-Times, Kirsten Crow/Caller-Times The Atlantic side of the U.S. will most likely see a near-normal hurricane season with nine to 15 named storms, according to a new federal report. Under that forecast, four to eight systems would become hurricanes, and two to four of those major, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Thursday. Buy Photo A sign over S….

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Family moves back into home 17 months after Hurricane Harvey

Family moves back into home 17 months after Hurricane Harvey

PASADENA, Texas — Hurricane Harvey seems like a long time ago, but some people are still dealing with its effects almost two years later. One family whose home was almost destroyed received a happy ending to its 17-month nightmare. “Muchas gracias, estoy muy emocional,” said Irene Salazar who owns the Pasadena home that flooded. “No tengo palabras.” It took eight weeks for military veteran-run volunteer organization Team Rubicon to rebuild the house. “From right here,”…

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Wildfire severely damages historic Big Bend complex

Wildfire severely damages historic Big Bend complex

Published 5:58 pm CDT, Thursday, May 23, 2019 BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, Texas (AP) — A wildfire that ignited in Mexico jumped the Rio Grande into Big Bend National Park and severely damaged a historic border ghost town and former Army border post. Posts on the park’s Facebook page say shifting wind gusts Wednesday night blew embers onto the barracks, officers’ quarters, visitors’ center and restrooms at the Castolon Historic District. Firefighting crews from the park,…

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'Major icon,' historic area of Big Bend National Park destroyed by wildfire, officials say

'Major icon,' historic area of Big Bend National Park destroyed by wildfire, officials say

A wildfire caused “extensive damage” Wednesday to the Castolon Historic Area of Big Bend National Park, according to officials. A wildfire caused “extensive damage” Wednesday to the Castolon Historic Area of Big Bend National Park, according to officials. Photo: Big Bend National Park Photo: Big Bend National Park Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Image 1 of 9 A wildfire caused “extensive damage” Wednesday to the Castolon Historic Area of Big Bend National Park,…

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NOAA Predicts ‘Near-Normal’ 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season

NOAA Predicts ‘Near-Normal’ 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Just over a week from the start of the 2019 hurricane season, government forecasters say they expect about a dozen named storms, including two to four major hurricanes, to develop in the Atlantic.  For a storm to be named it must have winds of 39 mph or higher, while major hurricanes are those with winds higher than 111 mph. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasters believe El Niño activity — periodic warming in the Pacific…

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The Latest: Official: Tornado's path may have been 50 miles

The Latest: Official: Tornado's path may have been 50 miles

Updated 10:51 am CDT, Thursday, May 23, 2019 The sign for the Hidden Oaks apartment complex in Jefferson City Missouri stands bent on May 23, 2019, from an apparent tornado in front of a tree that was ripped apart. A “violent tornado” touched down in Jefferson City, Missouri, causing possible fatalities, according to the National Weather Service less The sign for the Hidden Oaks apartment complex in Jefferson City Missouri stands bent on May 23, 2019,…

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Tornado hits Missouri capital as deadly storms sweep state

Tornado hits Missouri capital as deadly storms sweep state

David A. Lieb, Associated Press Updated 7:34 am CDT, Thursday, May 23, 2019 A car is trapped under the fallen metal roof of the Break Time gas station and convenience store in tornado-hit Jefferson City, MO., Thursday, May 23, 2019. The National Weather Service has confirmed a large and destructive tornado has touched down in Missouri’s state capital, causing heavy damage and trapping multiple people in the wreckage of their homes. less A car is trapped…

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Deaths reported after severe weather in Missouri

Deaths reported after severe weather in Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – A “violent tornado” touched down in Jefferson City, causing heavy damage in Missouri’s capital city as severe weather swept across the state overnight, causing three deaths and leaving many people trapped in the wreckage of their homes. The service reported that a “confirmed large and destructive tornado” was observed over Jefferson City at 11:43 p.m. Wednesday, moving northeast at 40 mph (64 kph). The capital city has a population of…

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4 years ago today, 'tidal wave of water' hit Wimberley, causing catastrophic flooding

4 years ago today, 'tidal wave of water' hit Wimberley, causing catastrophic flooding

SAN ANTONIO – Thursday marks four years since heavy rain that triggered record flooding began to fall in the Texas Hill Country. The towns of Wimberley and San Marcos were ravaged by what was called a “tidal wave” along the Blanco and San Marcos rivers. Thirteen fatalities were reported across the affected area, and the aftermath of the storm was devastating for both communities. Large piles of debris and trees littered both towns and water flooded parts…

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How to protect your home the next time it floods in Houston

How to protect your home the next time it floods in Houston

HOUSTON – The rain and flooding on May 7 caused a rise in Jennifer Coulter’s stress level. “It literally all came flooding back. No pun intended,” she said. “It has been a hard week emotionally, and I have certainly felt things that I thought I was OK with. And I thought I was over with, and I’m not.” The flooding was an unwanted, yet familiar reminder for the Kingwood resident whose home flooded two years…

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One Man’s Search For The Lost Galveston Hurricane Statue

One Man’s Search For The Lost Galveston Hurricane Statue

A closeup of Victims of the Galveston Flood, a statue originally designed by celebrated sculptor Pompeo Coppini in 1904 that went missing. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: <iframe src=”https://embed.hpm.io/334159/334056″ style=”height: 115px; width: 100%;”></iframe> After the Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900, which killed thousands, celebrated sculptor Pompeo Coppini memorialized the Victims of the Galveston Flood in clay, and then plaster, anticipating funding for a final bronze version. But…

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Full Show: Raising The Age For Tobacco, And The Lost Galveston Hurricane Statue (May 22, 2019)

Full Show: Raising The Age For Tobacco, And The Lost Galveston Hurricane Statue (May 22, 2019)

On Wednesday’s Houston Matters: Assuming Gov. Greg Abbott signs a bill passed by state lawmakers, you may soon need to be 21 to buy tobacco products in Texas. We discuss what this bill might accomplish, and what else is being done to try to curb tobacco use among young people. Also this hour: Nancy Sims and Brandon Rottinghaus join us to discuss political developments in Austin, Washington, and here in Houston. Then, we discuss a proposed…

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Who are the Hurricane Harvey relief champs in Congress?

Who are the Hurricane Harvey relief champs in Congress?

CLOSE National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says a warmer atmosphere could lead to more frequent, heavy storms in a preview of the official hurricane outlook forecast to be released at the end of the month. (May 17) AP, AP Editor’s note: This article has been updated to reflect that U.S. Rep. Michael Cloud signed on as a co-sponsor this week. Remember those billions of federal dollars Congress approved for relief from Hurricane Harvey and…

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Who are the Hurricane Harvey relief champs in Congress? You might be surprised who isn&apos;t

Who are the Hurricane Harvey relief champs in Congress? You might be surprised who isn&apos;t

CLOSE National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says a warmer atmosphere could lead to more frequent, heavy storms in a preview of the official hurricane outlook forecast to be released at the end of the month. (May 17) AP, AP Remember those billions of federal dollars Congress approved for relief from Hurricane Harvey and other weather disasters from 2017? The government is still sitting on it. WHY SHOULD YOU CARE? For the folks in Puerto…

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6 Texas Gas Stations Agree To Refund Customers For Hurricane Harvey Price Gouging

6 Texas Gas Stations Agree To Refund Customers For Hurricane Harvey Price Gouging

AUSTIN, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) –  The Texas Attorney General’s Office’s Consumer Protection Division settled lawsuits against two Texas gas stations accused of price gouging during the Hurricane Harvey disaster. The AG’s Office also secured Assurances of Voluntary Compliance with four Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex gas stations. Under separate agreements, Encinal Fuel LLC and Lafayette C-Store will each pay $17,500 in civil restitution to refund Texans who were charged up to $9.99 a gallon for gas from August…

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The Latest: Confirmed tornado spotted near Tulsa airport

The Latest: Confirmed tornado spotted near Tulsa airport

Updated 6:50 am CDT, Tuesday, May 21, 2019 This image made from video provided by KWTV-KOTV shows two funnel clouds formed in Crescent, Okla., Monday, May 20, 2019. An intense storm system that weather forecasters labeled “particularly dangerous” swept through the Southern Plains Monday, spawning a few tornadoes that caused some damage and a deluge of rain but no reports of injuries. (KWTV-KOTV via AP) less This image made from video provided by KWTV-KOTV shows two…

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Flash floods shut down Oklahoma interstate, prompt rescues

Flash floods shut down Oklahoma interstate, prompt rescues

This image made from video provided by KWTV-KOTV shows two funnel clouds formed in Crescent, Okla., Monday, May 20, 2019. An intense storm system that weather forecasters labeled “particularly dangerous” swept through the Southern Plains Monday, spawning a few tornadoes that caused some damage and a deluge of rain but no reports of injuries. (KWTV-KOTV via AP) less This image made from video provided by KWTV-KOTV shows two funnel clouds formed in Crescent, Okla., Monday,…

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More Than A Dozen Tornadoes Touch Down From Texas To Oklahoma

More Than A Dozen Tornadoes Touch Down From Texas To Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — An intense storm system moved across the Southern Plains on Monday night, spawning tornadoes that caused damage and a deluge of rain but not the “particularly dangerous” twisters that forecasters had feared. No injuries were reported. Late Monday, the National Weather Service reduced the severe threat of violent storms to a small area of southern Oklahoma and northern Texas. But it kept an area stretching from Tulsa, Oklahoma, to Wichita Falls,…

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Topless Jeep Weekend brings chaos, complaints

Topless Jeep Weekend brings chaos, complaints

CRYSTAL BEACH, Texas – Between Thursday and Sunday, 305 people were booked into the Galveston County Jail. According to the sheriff, 125 of those arrests were made on Bolivar Peninsula. The Wednesday before the four-day Topless Jeep Weekend began, only one arrest was made on the Peninsula. Longtime cops in Galveston County describe the chaos brought on by the topless jeep weekend as a blast from the past. “Because pre-Hurricane Ike, this would be like…

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New tool to fight flooding installed at Lyric Market

New tool to fight flooding installed at Lyric Market

HOUSTON — Standing on the edge of Houston’s theater district means the Lyric Market is at the mercy of nearby Buffalo Bayou. It swamped the area during Hurricane Harvey with several feet of water and filled underground garages to their ceilings. Building management wants to make sure the investment is as protected as possible when the next flood hits. That’s why new flood gates, named “flood planks” by their manufacturer, were installed and tested. “It’s…

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Subtropical Storm Andrea becomes first named storm of Atlantic Hurricane Season

Subtropical Storm Andrea becomes first named storm of Atlantic Hurricane Season

The National Hurricane Center has confirmed that the disturbance discovered in the Atlantic has officially formed into a subtropical storm Monday. Subtropical Storm Andrea is located several hundred miles southwest of Bermuda. The NHC had previously predicted its formation earlier in the afternoon as it had a 70 percent change of becoming a short-lived subtropical storm or topical cyclone. This formation is the first named subtropical storm of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, which officially doesn’t…

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Parts of Texas under high risk for tornadoes

Parts of Texas under high risk for tornadoes

AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – Dangerous weather conditions have formed and are lingering over Texas and Oklahoma. On Monday, areas of the two states were under a high risk for tornadoes.  Twisters were spotted in Paducah, Texas and Butler, Oklahoma. Weather authorities are not taking this lightly and they urge everyone to listen to the warnings. Meteorologists say this kind of high risk alert is rare. “Two years ago was the last time a “high…

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Tornado outbreak from Oklahoma into Texas Panhandle

Tornado outbreak from Oklahoma into Texas Panhandle

Heads up North Texas! A warm front is lifting north, bringing a surge of moisture into our area. That leaves a small window of time for isolated severe storms for Monday. A significant severe weather outbreak is expected across Oklahoma and the eastern part of the Texas Panhandle Monday.  If storms form, they would be capable of all modes of severe weather while racing north into Oklahoma. Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, windy and warm through…

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Severe weather in Oklahoma

Severe weather in Oklahoma

GERONIMO, Okla. (AP) – The Latest on severe weather in the Southern Plains (all times local): 5:15 p.m. Authorities have confirmed a tornado with winds up to 130 mph (209 kph) touched down in southern Oklahoma. The National Weather Service says the EF2 twister Saturday morning traveled for about a half a mile in Geronimo, about 80 miles (129 kilometers) southwest of Oklahoma City, damaging two homes and sending one injured person to the hospital…

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The Latest: Response &#039;bunker&#039; opens amid flood watch

The Latest: Response 'bunker' opens amid flood watch

Updated 3:29 pm CDT, Monday, May 20, 2019 OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Latest on a round of severe weather forecast for Southern Plains (all times local): 3:10 p.m. Emergency management officials in Oklahoma City have opened a central response center in anticipation of severe weather in the area. The Multi-Agency Coordination Center, an underground bunker on the city’s northeast side, opened Monday after the National Weather Service issued tornado and flood watches across much of…

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Cedar Park PD warns of another phone scam

Cedar Park PD warns of another phone scam

88° × News Local Texas US & World Politics Featured Videos Parts of Texas, Oklahoma under high risk for tornadoes, severe weather Palm School supporters urge county not to sell U.S. Naval Academy’s Class of 2022 completes annual Herndon Monument climb Federal judge rules Trump’s financial records should be handed over to Congress Most Recent Stories Parts of Texas, Oklahoma under high risk for tornadoes, severe weather Palm School supporters urge county not to sell…

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Flooding, Sea-Arama and country legends highlight life in Houston area in May 1989

Flooding, Sea-Arama and country legends highlight life in Houston area in May 1989

Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers perform at Johnson Space Center for NASA staff and a May 20 broadcast in conjunction with the release of Rogers’ latest album and video, May 2, 1989. Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers perform at Johnson Space Center for NASA staff and a May 20 broadcast in conjunction with the release of Rogers’ latest album and video, May 2, 1989. Photo: Howard Castleberry, Houston Chronicle Photo: Howard…

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Resources on standby as severe weather approaches

Resources on standby as severe weather approaches

AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – Texas Governor Greg Abbott has placed numerous resources on standby across the state in preparation for an outbreak of severe weather expected to hit the state today. There is a high threat for tornadoes as well. Governor Abbott has also ordered the Texas State Operations Center (SOC) to Level III (increased readiness) for this weather event so the state stands ready to assist should this latest severe weather system cause…

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Tornado outbreak highly likely from Texas to Okla.

Tornado outbreak highly likely from Texas to Okla.

(FOX 26) – A dangerous, severe weather outbreak is forecast for parts of Texas and Oklahoma on Monday. Some areas have been designated as “high risk” zones for severe weather. The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center hasn’t used that designation in two years. These strong storms are bringing heavy rain, hail, and wind gusts of up to 80 mph. The latest forecast from the Storm Prediction Center has increased the tornado probabilities from 30% to…

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Severe storms, tornadoes possible from Texas Panhandle into Oklahoma

Severe storms, tornadoes possible from Texas Panhandle into Oklahoma

Heads up North Texas! A warm front is lifting north, bringing a surge of moisture into our area. That leaves a small window of time for isolated severe storms for Monday. A significant severe weather outbreak is expected across Oklahoma and the eastern part of the Texas Panhandle Monday.  If storms form, they would be capable of all modes of severe weather while racing north into Oklahoma. Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, windy and warm through…

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Tornado outbreak likely from Oklahoma into Texas Panhandle

Tornado outbreak likely from Oklahoma into Texas Panhandle

Heads up North Texas! A warm front is lifting north, bringing a surge of moisture into our area. That leaves a small window of time for isolated severe storms for Monday. A significant severe weather outbreak is expected across Oklahoma and the eastern part of the Texas Panhandle Monday.  If storms form, they would be capable of all modes of severe weather while racing north into Oklahoma. Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, windy and warm through…

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Texas, Oklahoma Prepare For Another Round Of Severe Weather

Texas, Oklahoma Prepare For Another Round Of Severe Weather

OKLAHOMA CITY (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Another round of severe weather is forecast for Texas, Oklahoma and parts of the Southern Plains, including the possibility of tornadoes. CBS 11 Meteorologist Jeff Ray is forecasting a significant severe weather outbreak today across the Oklahoma/Texas Panhandle. He says the system will likely develop an overnight squall line that moves into counties in North Texas by midnight, hitting the Metroplex Tuesday morning and midday. The line of  storms moving across North…

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