- Tornado Outbreak 2011
- Work on tornado-damaged East High ballfields set to begin next month
- First responders work to improve communications after storms
- Tornado funds came with strings attached
- Importance of communication biggest lesson for Electric Department
- EMA upgrading in wake of storms
Final April 27 stats: Storm death won't change state count
Yasamie August with the Alabama Emergency Management Agency said because Hannah’s death was not directly attributed to the storm, the official toll would not change.
Tornado may end 23-year run of popular Christmas display
On April 27, a twister packing 210-mph winds left the future of the Powell Christmas lighting display in doubt.
Terror in T-Town: Local resident tells harrowing April 27 experience
When Dr. Joe Cannon answered a cell phone call from his daughter on April 27, he heard the sounds of crashing and Lacey repeatedly screaming, “A tornado is coming.”
- Alabama schools get funding for temporary safe rooms
Local house that withstood E5 tornado gets new life
Don Bowers idyllic farm was in ruins except for the house. The outbuilding, except for the barn and farm shop, was destroyed.
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