These groups are gathering donations for residents affected by a tornado that struck Moore on Monday afternoon. We'll be updating this list, so email additional information to email@example.com
- Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, text FOOD to 32333 to donate $10 through your phone bill, or donate at here.
- Salvation Army , text STORM to 80888 for a $10 charge through your phone bill, or visit their website.
- American Red Cross, text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation or visit their website.
- Mustang High School students and staff at Lakehoma and Mustang elementary schools are collecting donations for the Moore tornado victims. Remember Wednesday is the last day for classes in Mustang.
- Businesses and organizations offering drop-off sites include Mustang Christian Academy, Wild Hero Coffee, Bridge Kids Learning Center, Heart Strings Cards and Gifts, Okie Express Car Wash and Serendipity Salon.
- New Dimensions Church members will collect donations from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. today and Thursday as well as Wednesday evening. The church is located at 701 N. Cemetery Road.
- Lakehoma Church of Christ members will collect donations from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday.
- Rescue groups are asking for cash donations first, but needed items include bottled water, toiletries, gloves, clothing, Gatorade, diapers, baby wipes, hand sanitizer, anti-bacterial wipes, formula, power bars, sunscreen, cereal bars, batteries, wash rags and towels.
- Newcastle has opened its community center as a shelter and is in need of donations. Those can be brought to 901 S. Carr in Newcastle.
“You could make the argument of Emily Helms being one of the top athletes ever to wear a Mustang Bronco uniform. She has seven state championships and numerous all-state selections in her career. It was an honor coaching her this year.” -- Mustang High School track coach Eric Peterson on Emily Helms, who earned her seventh individual state championship during the state track meet last weekend. The senior graduates next week and will move on to Oklahoma State University, where she will run cross country.
As the first-degree murder trial of a Mustang woman moves into its second week, interest has spread far beyond Canadian County.
Producers with CBS’ "48 Hours" followed the preliminary trial of Rebecca Bryan, accused of the September 2011 shooting death of her husband, Nichols Hills Fire Chief Keith Bryan. Since Rebecca Bryan’s trial began May 6, those involved with the show have been in the courtroom, documenting a story that could air in several months, they said.
The true crime program has been broadcast on CBS since 1988. It airs at 9 p.m. Saturdays.