“My family came down yesterday to celebrate and really pass the support milestone with the community and with mayor Dixson and his family, a…
Hundreds of people, including residents of Greensburg and people from as far away as Georgia, all came to be a part of the ceremony.
While it’s been 10 years, it’s still an emotional journey for the Dixson family, remembering those they lost.
The park was named after a business that was destroyed by the tornado, Starlight Jewelry.
Most of the seniors said it seemed like just a normal day, but once the storms started moving in, they knew something felt different.
The community is also paying it forward, making sure other communities that have been struck by tragedy have a little hope.
A minister who lost his church and home to the tornado has written a book about it. He also talked about the warning that saved his life.
KSN traveled back to see the places we remember from a decade ago.
Starla’s Stitch N Frame finds a home again on Main Street.
KSN featured the Greensburg soda fountain in the Hunter Drug Store back in 2007.
The city’s younger generation is the focus of Greensburg’s progress today.
Ten years after Greensburg was nearly destroyed by a tornado, officials are planning a new airport.
The May 4, 2007, tornado destroyed 95 percent of the town and killed 11 people.
It was nine years ago Wednesday that a massive tornado tore through the town of Greensburg, Kansas leveling the town.
Greensburg will open their new public pool on Fourth of July weekend.