Julie Jones

University of Oklahoma

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Professor of Journalism at the University of Oklahoma and resident of Moore, Oklahoma

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With 24 dead and 237 injured, Glen Lewis, Mayor of Moore, Oklahoma, says the town's now gone "from rescue and searching to recovery." But rebuilding will be a long time coming.

Life and Death in 'Tornado Alley'

With 24 dead and 237 injured, Glen Lewis, Mayor of Moore, Oklahoma, says the town's now gone "from rescue and searching to recovery." But rebuilding will be a long time coming.

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