Governor Robert Bentley visited Lake Martin with one message for tornado victims here and across the state. "We're going to make sure that every area of Alabama is taken care of--rural as well as urban," says Bentley...
The images of the aftermath of the April 27th tornadoes are disturbing just to look at, so for people who've lived through it, feelings of grief and anxiety can linger for days and even weeks.
Massive trees pulled out of the ground and scattered everywhere, but who's supposed to clean them up and can you be compensated?
Murmurs of a Special Session to assist Alabama's hardest hit public schools have begun around the Capitol and State House...
Emergency officials in North Alabama are looking back over the past 16 days to see how they handled the April 27th tornado outbreak.
The number of storm-related deaths in Alabama as a result of the April 27th Tornado outbreak is being revised upwards.
Often the physical, mental and emotional trauma of living through a natural disaster has various effects on the mental health of survivors. Dr. Joseph Ackerson, a professor in UAB's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology, compiled the following list of mental health resources.
Anderson Hills Subdivision has been in the path of two destructive tornados. The first one blew through in 1995, damaging and destroying dozens of homes.
Two days after Alabama experienced the deadliest tornados in its history, President Barack Obama flew to Tuscaloosa to take a look at the damage himself.
At 5:17 a.m. an EF-3 tornado with winds of up to 155 miles per hour touched down at 11042 Staghorne Drive in Coaling in Tuscaloosa County. The twister traveled for 18.3 miles and lost strength near 7400 Old Tuscaloosa Hwy in McCalla in Jefferson County.
Alabama Department of Industrial Relations Director Tom Surtees announced Wednesday that over 250 storm recovery jobs have already been posted by 12 employers on Alabama's online jobs database.
Our FOX6 News crews were very busy today visiting communities all over Alabama. FOX6 News reporter Ashley Nix found an awesome story in Brookwood today... she talked with Peggy Blevins and Dewayne Searcy. Peggy is a storm victim and Dewayne is a volunteer. The two have become great friends thanks to the storm.
After days of making sure Alabamians are safe and accounted for, officials have released the most recent numbers concerning missing individuals following Wednesday's string of fatal tornadoes.
Madison County EMA says they do not have public storm shelters in part because the results of a study about the 1974 tornado outbreak.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has designated 11 more Alabama counties for disaster relief to households and businesses affected by killer tornadoes.
PetSmart Charities® has dispatched seven Emergency Relief Waggin'® vehicles, each stocked with $60,000 worth of crucial supplies to aid pets and rescuers hit hardest by the recent floods and tornados in the south and Midwest.
Several communites are still hurting and asking for help. To makes sure that all areas get help, we will post messages we receive here...
The Yankees announced on Friday that they have donated $500,000 to support tornado-relief efforts in the southern U.S.
The tornado that devastated the Hackleburg community has now been classified as an EF-5, the strongest on a scale measuring tornadoes.
Ever since the tornado warnings sounded, we've had a steady stream of photos coming in from our viewers that have captured the sheer destruction and horrific aftermath of the April 27 tornadoes. Click here for a slideshow of those images.
President Barack Obama and his family toured the shattered remains of storm-ravaged neighborhoods in Tuscaloosa, AL, and offered hope and help as 19 Alabama counties and seven states attempt to recover from storms that killed more than 300 people.
An especially violent spring storm tore through the state of Alabama on Wednesday, tearing a path of destruction across the state and killing at least 131 people.