The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO

Tornado: Multimedia coverage

Tornado: Multimedia coverage
  • VIDEO: Joplin reacts to prospect of Westboro Baptist Church protest

    Members of the Westboro Baptist Church from Topeka, Kan., threatened to protest at the memorial service honoring victims of the Joplin tornado. Area residents and bikers from around the country  decended on the Missouri Southern State University campus in an anti-protest supporting Joplin and the tornado's victims.

    May 29, 2011

  • 052911 Obama visit7_72.jpg GALLERY: President Obama tours Joplin

    President Barack Obama toured areas of Joplin devastated by last Sunday's tornado.

    May 29, 2011 9 Photos

  • RESOURCE: Joplin tornado recovery Web site, RebuildJoplin.org, goes live

    After successfully mobilizing community support for local schools, Bright Futures has just launched a website that will act as a clearinghouse of information both tornado victims and volunteers alike.

    May 29, 2011

  • AUDIO: Joplin tornado emergency service dispatch audio; 911 recording shows progression of storm

    A recording of the first 36 minutes of emergency dispatch traffic shows that the Joplin Police Department apparently lost some radio transmission capability during the storm.
    It also shows that police feared a riot by  victims of the EF-5 twister at St. John’s Regional Medical Center if more rescue workers did not arrive quickly to help the injured and to evacuate the heavily damaged building.
    The tape starts with the broadcast of a National Weather Service tornado warning for an area 10 miles west of Carl Junction around the state line.
    The first sighting near Joplin is two minutes and 20 seconds later at 20th Street and Black Cat Road.
    Four minutes and seven seconds in the tape, there is the first warning that a tornado is on the ground and it is reported at 20th Street and Maiden Lane.
    The remainder of the tape illustrates the progression of damage down 26th and 20th streets from Main Street to Connecticut Avenue, Range Line and beyond to Duquesne. It also shows the difficulties faced by emergency workers trying to get through the debris to respond.

    Follow the link below to listen to the 911 recording.

    May 29, 2011

  • CURATED VIDEO: Residents share tornado videos on YouTube

    Dozens of Joplin residents shared video of the aftermath of Sunday's tornado on the video hosting site YouTube. Here is some of that video.

    May 29, 2011

  • RESOURCE: State of Missouri launches online tornado resource page

    The State of Missouri has launched a resource Web site/page to aid in relief efforts. Follow the link below to access it.

    May 29, 2011

  • VIDEO: Tornado-damaged churches propose plans for services

    The May 22 tornado hasn’t stopped several churches in the path of the storm from making plans for their first services since the disaster.

    May 28, 2011

  • INTERACTIVE: LA Times posts graphic of Joplin tornado damage

    The single deadliest tornado since the National Weather Service began keeping records in 1950 hit Joplin. At center is Joplin High School. Use the slider below to compare the landscape before and after the tornado hit. Images courtesy Google Earth, GeoEye. This is a LA Times interactive graphic.

    May 27, 2011

  • VIDEO: National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) serves at MSSU

    The National Organization for Victim Assistance visits Missouri Souther State University to help victims of the recent Joplin tornado coup with their losses. Made by Kellen Jenkins for the Joplin Globe

    May 26, 2011

  • Photo Gallery GALLERY: Joplin tornado May 2011

    This is a gallery of photos from Wednesday and Thursday after the Sunday, May 22, tornado that wreaked havoc on on Joplin, Mo. The photos were shot by Globe staff photographers, photo stringers and volunteer photographers from around the country. 

    May 26, 2011 19 Photos

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