One month after a tornado ripped through Washington, local officials are still making their case for why they need federal assistance.
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."
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.
Almost two dozen counties in Indiana were affected by yesterday's storms. Gov. Pence says it is too early to know if the state will seek federal assistance.
Washington residents describe the severe storms that shook their town Sunday - leaving people without power and some without a place to live.
The number of homes without power is slowly decreasing, but several counties still report thousands of homes still in the dark.
Daviess County seems to have taken the brunt of the severe weather early Tuesday morning.
In Daviess and Pike counties, State Road 257 from U.S. Route 50 to State Road 356 is now open.
Interstate 69 opened Monday after decades of planning and building. Celebrations were held along the road to mark its opening.