The annual tornado season is reaching its end and the overall tornado touchdowns is well below normal for this time of year.
From January to May 2014 this year has been one of the ten least active starts to the tornado season since 1953.
Oklahoma town devastated by deadly tornado looks back after one year.
Texoma's risk of a signigicant tornado is the highest in the nation and shared with a majority of Oklahoma.
The National Weather Service on Thursday confirmed a tornado touched down in Wichita County.
It certainly was an interesting week in Texoma! Click the headline to relive it all.
Tornado victim says "Goodbye mama" in text message moments before storm struck.
Survivors recount horror of deadly tornado that tore through Vilonia, Arkansas.
Volunteers from the American Red Cross Wichita Falls Area are heading to Arkansas to help in the wake of devastating storms.
It has been a dangerous weekend across much of the country, as a massive storm system spawned tornadoes in several states.
April 13th was the first time in many months that a tornado touched down in Oklahoma and Texoma.
Regardless of the changes in tornado warning and prediction technology since 1979, some of the basic safety advice and practices remain unchanged.
It's been 35 years since one of the 10 costliest tornadoes to hit the United States in modern history barreled down on Wichita Falls.
The National Weather Service has released new information indicating multiple new tornado records have been set.
Fifty years ago, the most powerful tornado ever to hit Wichita Falls tore through the northern part of the city, and Sheppard Air Force Base.
Today marks 50 years since a massive tornado ripped through parts of Wichita Falls and Sheppard Air Force Base.
Oklahoma town crippled by tornado forced to cancel entire high school football season.
Wichita Falls, TX. -- Live music, food and games are all part of the fun at the Red River Ice House Sunday.
The business teamed up with local bands and radio stations to raise money for The American Red Cross.
The tornado that struck El Reno, Okla., on Friday night is believed to be the widest on record in the United States at 2.6 miles across, the National Weather Service reported on Tuesday.
Three professional "storm chasers" were among the 13 people who died in the tornadoes that ripped through the Oklahoma City area Friday, the research project they ran confirmed Sunday.