Tornado numbers still at all-time lows for the modern record.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Four more deaths are being attributed to the tornadoes and flooding last week in Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma medical examiner's office said Monday that 18 people died as a result of the powerful storms that swept through the Oklahoma City area late Friday. The previous death toll had been 14.
Spokeswoman Amy Elliott says the dead include 12 adults and six children. Seven remain unidentified.
The National Weather Service says five tornadoes touched down Friday, along with heavy rain that caused widespread flooding. Some victims have been difficult to find because their bodies floated away.
Among those killed were storm chasers Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and colleague Carl Young. They were killed in the tornado that struck El Reno.
The Oklahoma City Fire Department says a 34-year-old woman remains missing.
It's official, an EF1 tornado touches down south of Orrville in Wayne County.
Ohio had its share of tornadoes in the last month. But, nationally, tornado numbers are low.
After severe damage caused by a tornado, Ursuline College has reopened for business.
Jamie Orr walked Ursuline College's campus on Monday still reeling from how close she came to being struck by a tor
Residents remove trees and branches from yards. Ursuline College community turns out to view damage on campus. Pepper Pike mayor may need help from regional sewer district to remove trees and branches from creeks.
Four tornadoes touched down in northeast Ohio during Wednesday's storms, according to the National Weather Service.
National Weather Service in Pittsburgh has confirmed that a tornado hit Mineral City Wednesday.
The National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado touched down in Ashland County near Rowsburg Wednesday night.
A possible tornado touchdown was reported in Seneca County Monday night.