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If you are a victim of Friday night's tornadoes and storm damage, there are local areas opening up as shelters. The information below was supplied to us by the agency listed. Some information may be dated as circumstances change. We will work to update the information in a timely manner.

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Graves County Property Valuation Administrator Howel Carr says it’s important for residents and business owners to report their storm damage so their assessment can be adjusted for the coming tax roll.

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An anonymous donor from Florida has donated vehicles to the Graves County Sheriff's Office and the county school system after several vehicles were destroyed during the Dec. 10 tornado.

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If you have been denied FEMA assistance, or received less assistance than expected, here is what you need to know about appealing FEMA's decision.

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President Joe Biden on Friday declared that a major disaster exists in 12 Tennessee counties because of the Dec. 10-11 tornado outbreak. The declaration means Tennesseans in the affected counties can now apply for individual assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. 

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear has signed tornado-relief legislation. The measure will provide an immediate infusion of aid for schools and residents left homeless by the deadly storms last month.

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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) provided a traffic update for Mayfield as tornado recovery efforts continued Friday.

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The snow and cold has caused cleanup efforts in Mayfield to end for the day. With snow covering roads and equipment, it's difficult for contractors who are helping with the demolition process.