Tornado levels Joplin
The Missouri Department of Public Safety released the new total Sunday evening. There are four more people who family members have reported as deceased but their deaths haven't been officially confirmed.
Reporter Eliza Smith, a Joplin native, reflects on the tornado's aftermath and President Obama's visit.
People lined the streets in Joplin as President Barack Obama came to survey the destruction and speak at a memorial service on Sunday.
MU's Delta Chi fraternity held a week long drive to aid the Joplin tornado relief effort.
Fifteen miles from Joplin, a Carthage hospital has increased its labor and delivery capacity to handle patients who would have been treated at the now-evacuated St. John's Regional Medical Center.
Next-of-kin notifications have been made for many of the deceased. More than 130 people have been reported killed in the storm.
Joplin's death toll following the deadly tornado is on the rise, and families continue to search for missing loved ones. After incidents of mistake identification, authorities are using DNA tests and dental records to assist them.
Joplin's death toll is now at least 142, with 100 still missing.
It's difficult to express the magnitude of the disaster through words and pictures. To get the full scope, you have to be there.
Bleu Restaurant and Wine Bar, D. Rowe’s and Harpo’s planned special events that will give their customers a chance to help.
The Sprint Cup driver plans to return to his hometown to assist victims of the tornado. His No. 1 Chevrolet will sport "Joplin, Mo." in the Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 in tribute.
Joplin residents adjust to life after the devastating tornado, while beginning the arduous process of rebuilding their home.
Authorities said they believed many of the missing were alive and safe but simply hadn't been in touch with friends and family, in part because cell phone service has been spotty. There are still 156 people unaccounted for in the tally.
Joplin's largest employers were destroyed by the tornado, but the city is determined to retain jobs.
On Thursday, the state said 232 people are still considered "unaccounted for" in Joplin, and that some of those are among the 126 people killed by the storm.
The search continues for those on the Joplin missing list. Authorities believe most people on the list are alive but haven't been able to get in touch with family and friends.
Gov. Nixon signed three orders that will aid victims of the Joplin tornado.
A list of names of people who are still missing was released Thursday morning and has been posted online. Officials said 232 people are unaccounted for.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission deemed equipment and storage areas at the Wolf Creek nuclear plant, which is 150 miles from Joplin, un-secure weeks before the Joplin tornado.
Sally Adams, 75, was found with her cat Thursday. She was the first person named on the list of people who have been missing in Joplin since a tornado struck on Sunday.