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  1. Kentucky tornadoes: Death toll from tornadoes rises to 74 | CNN

    While Kentucky may have suffered the most extensive damage, at least 50 tornadoes were reported in seven other states over the weekend, the National Weather Service said. As of Sunday, EF-3 tornadoes were identified in Defiance, Missouri; Edwardsville, Illinois; Bowling Green, Kentucky; Saloma, Kentucky; and a swath … See more

    Just five hours before a tornado shredded the city of Mayfield, children had packed Gibson’s Pharmacy for the annual visit from Santa Claus. “The lobby was full of families. My kids were in there,” said Sam Brown, whose father … See more

    In just two days, donors gave $4 million to the Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund, Beshear said. “Help keeps pouring in from all over the county. Thank you to everyone. We … See more

    As officials focus on the immediate needs of tornado victims, forecasters are keeping an eye on the possibility of more severe weather in the … See more

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    In parts of Kentucky, it’s impossible to figure out where porches and front doors once stood. “I’ve got towns that are gone – that are just, I mean, gone,” the governor told CNN on Sunday. “You go door-to-door to check on people … See more

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    WebDec 11, 2021 · Debris and structural damage can be seen at the Mayfield Consumer Products candle factory in Mayfield, Kentucky, early Saturday. Brett Adair/LSM. More than 30 reports of

    • Author: Jason Hanna,Elizabeth Joseph,Claudia Dominguez,Susannah Cullinane

      WebDec 12, 2021 · A devastating tornado outbreak has killed dozens of people across multiple states, with Kentucky possibly seeing its deadliest tornado system ever, officials said.

      • Author: Emily Shapiro,Max Golembo,Mark Osborne,Meredith Deliso

        WebDec 13, 2021 · The tornado hit after a day of increasingly urgent warnings — by 3 p.m., the local National Weather Service office in Paducah, Ky., said that “several strong tornadoes” were “likely.”

        • Author: Campbell Robertson, Rick Rojas, Azi Paybarah, Eduardo Medina,Jim Tankersley