A variety of weather threats are expected across central Indiana today with a slight risk for severe weather.
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It’s the largest November tornado outbreak in recorded history with more than two dozen tornadoes confirmed in Indiana. Join us for "This Side Of The Storm."
This week's tornadoes sparks debate about whether the state should regulate tornado sirens.
The tornadoes damaged 300 homes in Kokomo and destroyed 60 more. About two dozen businesses were destroyed.
Washington resident Roger Watson reflects on his experience and how he plans to rebuild after two EF2 tornadoes damaged his entire street.
In southwest Indiana, 2 tornadoes hit the Washington area. National Weather Service Meteorologist Michael Koch says one of them traveled nearly 20 miles.
The number of homes without power is slowly decreasing, but several counties still report thousands of homes still in the dark.
Several school corporations throughout the state are closed today as communities assess damage.
Close to 11,000 Indiana residents lost power during severe weather Thursday night, including wind guests over 70 mph and tornado watches.