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First glimpse of the royal baby with his parents Prince William and Duchess Catherine outside of St. Mary's Hospital.
Princess Kate gives birth to royal baby
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their first child on Monday
VIDEO: Napolitano resigns Homeland Security post
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is resigning her post to take a senior position in the University of California System.
RAW VIDEO: Reaction to DOMA decision
A largely jubilant crowd reacted Wednesday morning after the Supreme Court ruled that legally married same-sex couples should get the same federal benefits as heterosexual couples.
LIVE: 1 dead in Pa. building collapse
NBC reports one person is dead following a building collapse Wednesday in downtown Philadelphia.
Organizers postpone Jazz and Blues Festival
The 25th annual Edmond Jazz and Blues Festival scheduled for this weekend at Stephenson Park has been postponed due to the prospect of inclement weather and the ongoing recovery efforts of last Monday’s tornadoes.
Mark Neighbors, chairman of the Edmond Jazz and Blues Festival, said a final decision was made Thursday to postpone the festival until a later date this summer.
UPDATE: At least 51 killed by tornado in Moore
A large tornado ripped out sections of Moore Monday afternoon leaving a path of destruction of wrecked homes and businesses, according to the Oklahoma Office of Emergency Management.
UPDATE: Tornado touches portions of Edmond
Roger Williams and his wife Shellie, residents in Edmond’s Thornbrooke neighborhood since 2004, were watching the weather reports Sunday as a large storm approached the city.
When they heard reports that a tornado was spotted near Broadway and 15th Street, then Broadway and 33rd Street, the couple and their son Ethan, 11, took cover in a reinforced interior closet. After they closed the door it got eerily quiet, like being in the eye of a hurricane, Roger said. As the tornado passed by, they could hear a few bangs outside.
“I was kind of scared,” Ethan said.
SLIDESHOW: Tornado strikes I-35 area of Edmond
A violent tornado ripped trees out of the ground as it dropped into southern Edmond late Sunday afternoon along areas east and west of Interstate 35 from 15th Street to 33rd Street, according to various reports. Damage in Edmond is confirmed by the city and included blown out windows at the brand new Mercy I-35 facility that was scheduled to open later this year. Hail also peppered northwest Edmond during the violent storm event.
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