Officials vow not to quit looking until everyone is found
The tornado that killed 24 people and injured at least 100 others in the Moore and Oklahoma City area cut a 17-mile-long path that started in Newcastle and ended at Lake Stanley Draper. Nine of the dead are children.Continued ...
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VIDEO: Tornado survivor's missing dog found during TV interview
Barbara Garcia was being interviewed by CBS News about how she survived the destruction of her home to Monday's massive tornado in Moore, when the dog she feared dead was suddenly discovered alive in the rubble of her home.Continued ...
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Wildcats softball team takes on RCSO
The Claremore Wildcats Special Olympic softball team battled the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO) Tuesday evening at Walnut Park.Continued ...
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