Rebuilding Joplin

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Nowhere to run: 1 in 10 in Moore had storm shelters

Only 10 percent of homes in Moore, Okla. have storm shelters. Could tougher building codes have prevented loss of life in the Tornado Alley city? More

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Videos of the Joplin Storms Videos of the Joplin Storms

A selection of YouTube videos from the storms. More

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Photoessays, Social Media, and Related Links Photoessays, Social Media, and Related Links

An assortment of links relating to the Joplin storms of May 22, 2011 More

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Google Maps: The Joplin Tornado Strike Google Maps: The Joplin Tornado Strike

Interactive maps of the path of desutruction and the landmarks from around the tornado area that were affected by the storms. More

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Emily's Story Emily's Story

Emily was 13 years old when the tornado struck the car she and her family were traveling in. She shares her experience. More

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Making a Difference Making a Difference

One factor more than anything else has made the difference in the success of Joplin's recovery: the volunteers. More

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Partnering Up Partnering Up

When all was said and done, insurance companies came through for Joplin—big time. But not everyone in Joplin had property insurance. More

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Building Stronger Building Stronger

What can builders and engineers do to reduce the death and destruction tornadoes cause? More

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Safe Rooms Safe Rooms

The Joplin storm was the second time Tom Cook had everything swept away from him by a tornado. That time, he and his daughter survived thanks to their tornado safe room. More

A House Rebuilt
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A House Rebuilt

Everett and Eileen Wallace were some of the lucky ones who survived to piece their... More

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