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The first tornado of the May 9, 2016 outbreak across Oklahoma.
Students spent the day volunteering in Moore.
Authorities have confirmed at least two tornadoes touched down late Thursday and early Friday in northeast Oklahoma and southeast Kansas as thunderstorms rumbled across the region.
Utility workers are working to restore power in Chetopa, Kansas, just a couple miles north of the Oklahoma-Kansas state line.
Osage SkyNews 6 HD pilot Will Kavanagh took to the air Friday morning to get an overview of the path a tornado took which struck rural Ottawa County near Afton overnight.
Authorities have confirmed at least two tornadoes touched down late Thursday and early Friday in northeast Oklahoma and southeast Kansas as thunderstorms rumbled across across the region.
A landmark in Moore is destroyed in this tornado. We're talking about the Old KOMA radio towers.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin held a news conference on storm damage in Moore.
Jennifer Patterson, owner of Aim High Academy, a gymnastics studio in west Tulsa. Talked with 6 In The Morning about how dozens of girls and several adults escaped from a collapsed roof at their gym building Wednesday evening.
A News 9 viewer sent us a video showing the moment a tornado crosses Interstate 35.
Thursday morning, Osage SkyNews 6 HD flew over the River Oaks Mobile Home park near Sand Springs to look at damage from a tornado Wednesday evening.
Bob Mills SkyNews 9 HD flies over storm damage in Moore, Oklahoma, Thursday morning.
News 9's Tammy Payne reports on tornado damage in Moore, Oklahoma.
The Mayor of Moore, Glenn Lewis, speaks to News 9 about storm damage.
We took shelter at News On 6 in downtown Tulsa when storms blew threw.
One by one, little gymnasts, in the arms or Tulsa firefighters, were carried to safety, as the rain poured down.
Just after the storm hit, around 7:30 Wednesday night, owner Lisa Jenkins and her friends and family dug through the mess and tried to save what they could.
Dozens of girls and a few adults survived the collapse of the Aim High gymnastics studio.