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Alabama resident Billie Jean Young was one of the lucky ones when last week’s tornado struck her state, indiscriminately destroying urban and rural areas alike.
The president is moving quickly to provide federal relief.
Comedian Bill Cosby encouraged graduates of Birmingham's Miles College to help rebuild the tornado-ravaged communities in Alabama.
An Alabama woman is putting mementos found in the debris from this week’s tornadoes on Facebook in hopes of reuniting the items with their owners.
Parts of Massachusetts were ripped by seven or more tornadoes that killed four, injured others and destroyed property in 19 communities. More than 50,000 residents also lost power.
Tornadoes have wreaked havoc across the south, with Alabama being one of the states hardest hit.
When the May 22 Joplin tornado ripped through Joplin, Missouri it left in its wake 139 known dead and destroyed at least 8,000 houses and apartment buildings.
Meteorologist Andrew Humprey explains that tornadoes around this time of year are to be expected.
BET.com talks with Joplin, Missouri's mayor pro-tem about the state of the Midwestern city four days after the twister.