On May 22nd a massive tornado hit Joplin, Mo., killing 151 people and destroying 8,000 buildings. It also left 700 cats and dogs homeless
Denver Bronco LenDale White was on the radio this weekend helping raise money for people who lost their homes in the tornado in Joplin, Mo.
The Mile High Chapter of the Red Cross sent two people to Joplin, Mo. in the aftermath of a destructive tornado. They returned to Denver on Thursday.
One woman who grew up in Joplin but lives in Colorado just returned after checking on relatives and a family business. Nicolette Cusick found both good and bad news in her hometown.
A Highlands Ranch pastor and his family got caught in the twister in Missouri that killed more 100 people and survived.
The twister that struck the city of Joplin in Missouri was the deadliest single tornado in the United States in 60 years.