ATLANTA — About 40 scientists from around the nation are expected to participate in “VORTEX Southeast,” an upcoming study of the unique characteristics of tornadoes
The National Weather Service has confirmed that at least seven tornadoes hit Mississippi Tuesday.
Gov. Phil Bryant said Monday that Mississippi is seeking a federal disaster declaration for some or all of the seven counties hit by a tornado last week.
Recently, a lawnmower threw a rock into the glass front door of Sybil Prather’s home in east Lowndes County.
A year ago today, a series of tornadoes ripped through Mississippi and other southern states, inflicting hundreds of millions of dollars in damage and costing the lives of 35 people.
J5 Broaddus acted as the city’s project manager for debris cleanup following the April 28 tornado and then, a month later, bid out the job.
Columbus Chief Operations Officer David Armstrong notified city councilmen Tuesday that the city is at risk of losing about $35,000 in storm cleanup reimbursement from the April 28 tornado.
Residents of Pilger braced for a massive cleanup after a storm with dual tornadoes tore through their tiny northeast Nebraska town, killing a 5-year-old and damaging more than half of the community’s structures.
A federal grant is helping workers who lost jobs because of the April 28 tornadoes — and more can be hired.
Before April 28, two suppliers of storm shelters reported an average of four to 10 orders for them a month in 2014. Each of them say since then, they’ve sold more than 100 and that it could be several months before they catch up with installing them.