Emergency workers in Moore, Oklahoma, continued to look for any signs of life from those who could still be trapped after yesterday's devastating tornado.
Officials revised the death toll down to 24, and more than 237 have been injured. But the full extent of the disaster is still unknown.
After surveying the damage on the ground, the National Weather Service now believes the tornado was an EF-5 level -- the largest kind on the scale -- that ripped through the community at winds clocking in at more than 200 miles per hour.
We're planning to broadcast the show live from Oklahoma at 10pm ET. Here are the stories we're following:
- Oklahoma combs through wreckage after 'storm of storms' leaves at least 24 dead
- 9-year-old from Plaza Towers school among first tornado victims identified
- Post-tornado rescue efforts in Oklahoma near an end
- Photos: Oklahoma after the tornado
- Video: Time-lapse of Oklahoma tornado’s path
- Conservative Okla. lawmakers face dilemma: Will they support tornado relief funding?
- Cost of tornadoes puts conservative pols in a bind
- President Obama: Nation will stand with Oklahoma 'as long as it takes'
- Moore officials: Federal grants to help build safe rooms delayed by red tape