Another storm season is here, and that means it's time to make sure you and your family are ready for the storms that will head our way.
Do you have the right supplies in your storm shelter? Here are the top five things you need to be sure you have in the event of a tornado.
Tornadoes are Mother Nature's most violent storms. They can produce winds that can reach 300 miles per hour, and they can produce damage paths as wide as a mile and as long as 50 miles.
You're at home and you hear that a tornado is heading for your neighborhood. Where do you go, and what do you do?
You're driving in town, and you see a tornado in the distance. What do you do, and where would you go?
You're at the mall with your kids, and you hear there's a tornado taking aim. What do you do, and where would you go?
What you need to do to prepare before the a thunderstorm, how to stay safe during the storm and then once the storm passes what you need to know.
You may not realize it but flash flooding is responsible for more fatalities than any other type of storm. INSIDE - what you need to know before, during and after a flooding event.
In August 2012, wildfire ravaged Creek County leaving more than 58,000 acres burned and dozens of homes destroyed. Do you know what to do to protect your family and your property?
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Tornado watch vs tornado warning. Red flag warning. Flood watch vs flash flood watch. What does all that mean?
Whether you're at home or going to a safe place during severe weather, be sure to think about your medication and personal living needs.
INSIDE | A list of documents and items you should consider keeping in a waterproof, lockable container you can easily grab.
A recent study showed that 50 percent of the tornado-related injuries were suffered during rescue attempts, cleanup and other post-tornado activities.
Frigid temperatures force homeowners in Southeastern Oklahoma to seek shelter.
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