Storm Damage in St. Charles County on June 1, 2013 (KMOX/Brad Choat)

St. Charles County Hoping for Federal Aid After Disaster

St. Charles County is hoping for federal disaster money to help cover costs left over from recent flooding and tornadoes.


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St. Louis Tornadoes Spawn 6,300 Insurance Claims

The insurance department said most of those claims relate to damaged homes, though some also could be for vehicles.


6/7/13-Governor Jay Nixon (back to camera) listens as local government leaders and levee district officials describe the damage done during last Friday's tornado outbreak, as well as the recent flooding. Nixon told local authorities that the St. Louis region is "nearing a trigger", meaning the minimum threshold that must be met to qualify for federal disaster aid. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Nixon Gets Bird’s Eye View Of Local Storm Damage; Pledges Disaster Aid

Nearly $1.5 million in tornado, flood damage in St. Charles County alone.


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NWS: 9 Tornadoes Touched Down in St. Louis Friday Night

The National Weather Service says two of the tornadoes were rated EF-3, which means they contained winds measuring 136 to 165 miles per hour.


Storm Damage in St. Charles County on June 1, 2013 (KMOX/Greg Damon)

St. Louis Twisters Cause Damage, Again No Deaths

The storm Friday night produced two tornadoes, one that began in St. Charles County and traveled 32 miles through parts of St. Louis County.


Gillespie High School damage on May 31, 2013 (KMOV/Erik Lorenz)

EF-3 Tornado Hit Roxana, EF-2 Slammed Into Gillespie

National Weather Service announced Saturday the severity of the storms that crossed through bi-state region on Friday night.


Storm Damage in St. Charles County on June 1, 2013 (KMOX/Brad Choat)

Tornado Cut 22-Mile Path Through Area

The strongest was an EF-3 that tore through St. Charles County, Friday night.


Meteorologist: 2013 Tornado Activity at Record Low

“There is no comparison of 2013 to 2011,” Anthony Lupo said. “In 2011, we had a record number of tornadoes.”


April View From Studio B

TIAM: It’s Tornado Time

Learning about tornadoes.


4/11/13-Insulation hanging from the trees like pink moss, satellite dishes on top of smashed cars...those were among the sights in a section of The Hill neighborhood Thursday morning following Wednesday night's powerful storm. These photos were taken on Columbia near January. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Storm Damage Update: The Hill

National Weather Service now says there were two tornadoes. One in the Hill neighborhood.





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