By PBS NewsHour
The Power of Finding Photos After Tragedy…
The monster tornado that ripped through Oklahoma is believed to have affected 33,000 people and destroyed or damaged 12,000 to 13,000 homes, according to official estimates. Gwen Ifill reports on residents returning home to to see what remains of the…
Marking the one year anniversary of the devastating tornado that hit Joplin, Mo., a new exhibit, "Dear World, From Joplin With Love," opened Saturday at the Spiva Center for the Arts. The collection of portraits by Robert X. Fogarty focuses…
By Tom LeGro
A Year After Joplin's Tornado, Disaster's 'Immensity' Still a Challenge…
After a tornado destroyed a third of the city in May, some residents of Joplin, Mo., are finding that earlier pledges to rebuild aren't going as planned. Jeffrey Brown reports from Joplin on how art is helping some heal and…
A new round of storms across the Midwest on Tuesday killed at least 14 people and leveled many homes in Oklahoma City, its suburbs and towns to the north and south. In Joplin, Mo., crews continue to look for survivors…
By Lauren Knapp
Severe weather continues to threaten the lower Midwest just days after the deadliest tornado in 60 years killed at least 122 people in Joplin, Mo. Tornadoes touched down in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning,…
The clean-up and recover efforts continue in Joplin, Mo. three days after an F5 tornado killed at least 125 people and destroyed 7 miles of property. New storms threatened the region on Tuesday night, killing 12 in Kansas, Arkansas, and…
As the toll from the weekend tornado in Joplin, Mo., increased to 122 dead and 750 missing Tuesday, search-and-recovery crews continued to race to find survivors of the disaster that wiped out much of the city. Gwen Ifill discusses the…
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