One month after a tornado ripped through Washington, local officials are still making their case for why they need federal assistance.
An Ohio farmer has returned a weather ballon lost in November's tornado outbreak to the Purdue University students who launched it.
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 on Noon Edition, Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight and Washington Mayor Joe Wellman explain how their cities are recovering from Sunday's tornadoes.
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.
Kokomo does not have tornado sirens and instead relies on weather radios.
In southwest Indiana, 2 tornadoes hit the Washington area. National Weather Service Meteorologist Michael Koch says one of them traveled nearly 20 miles.
Residents in Kokomo struggle to clean up what is left of their homes after tornadoes caused major damage on the town's west side Sunday afternoon.
Washington residents describe the severe storms that shook their town Sunday - leaving people without power and some without a place to live.