Monday marks the one-year anniversary of a massive tornado that swept through Woodward, Oklahoma, on April 15, 2012.
Six Oklahomans were killed and dozens were injured when the EF-3 touched down.
Authorities say a signal tower for the city's tornado sirens was struck by lightning, leaving little warning.
The tornado ripped a path two miles long, damaging nearly 100 homes and businesses.
Here's a look back at some of the stories we reported on News9.com after the tornado hit Woodward:
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4/16/2012 Related Story: Woodward Residents Begin Massive Cleanup Following Tornado
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News 9 Storm Tracker Marty Logan was first on scene when the massive tornado hit Woodward. In fact, it was only a flash of lightning that gave us the best look of the tornado and the only thing Marty saw as he tracked the tornado live on the air.
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As community members started the cleanup process, we spoke with several Woodward residents who shared with us their personal experiences:
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4/17/2012 Related Story: Woodward Woman Finds Wedding Ring, Family Dog In Tornado Rubble
4/17/2012 Related Story: Woodward Man Blown Away From His Home As Deadly Tornado Hit
4/16/2012 Related Story: Family, Friends Remember Sixth Victim In Woodward Tornado
4/15/2012 Related Story: Woodward Survivor Lived Through 1947 Disaster As Well
Now, a year later, News 9 will return to Woodward. We'll have live coverage all day starting 4 a.m. Monday on News 9, and as always, on News9.com.