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Cleveland native survives OK tornado, his parents thankful he is alive

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The parents of a Cleveland, Tennessee native, now living in Moore, Oklahoma, say they are grateful their son is alive. Twenty-five-year-old Jay Brown and his wife were in Moore when this week's massive tornado hit. More>>

Channel 3 crew's photo essay from Oklahoma

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Channel 3 reporter Antwan Harris and photojournalist Ramsay Fulbright are in Moore, OK with local Red Cross volunteers. More>>

Local Oklahoma native praying for family and friends

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The destruction in Oklahoma hits far too close to home for one Rhea County woman. More>>

#WRCBinOK: Local Red Cross volunteers arrive to Oklahoma

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Channel 3 reporter Antwan Harris follows two Red Cross volunteers as they make their way from Chattanooga to tornado ravaged Moore, Oklahoma. More>>

Why aren't there more storm shelters in Oklahoma?

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Much of the soil in Oklahoma, including Moore, is red clay -- a porous substance that makes foundations settle and basements and underground tornado shelters leak. More>>

Volkswagen donates $250,000 to Oklahoma relief efforts

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The donation is expected to help cover costs of shelter, food, recovery and other assistance to families affected by the tornadoes. More>>

How to help Oklahoma tornado victims

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The loss of life and stunning devastation in Oklahoma City suburbs after a monster tornado ripped through the area are heart-wrenching. More>>

9-year-old from Plaza Towers school among first tornado victims identified

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A 9-year-old girl who was "always smiling" is among the first of the Oklahoma tornado victims to be identified. More>>

Tales from the tornado: First-person accounts from survivors

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As rescue workers continue to pick through the rubble, hoping to find survivors, here are some accounts from those who did make it out. More>>

'Bless you for posting': Facebook group reunites tornado victims with photos, documents

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After the storms devastated parts of Oklahoma, residents are finding family photographs and documents miles away from their owners, and are working via Facebook to return them to their owners. More>>

'Bless you for posting': Facebook group reunites tornado victims with photos, documents

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A Facebook page has been set up to return photos and documents to victims of a deadly storm system that has ripped across the state. More>>

Channel 3 embedded with local Red Cross, heading to Oklahoma

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At least 120 people were injured in what President Barack Obama called "one of the most destructive tornadoes in history." Channel 3 has a news crew embedded with the local Red Cross on its way to the disaster zone.
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