On 'Morning Edition': David Schaper reports from Moore, Okla.
(Most recent update: 8:30 p.m. ET.)
The news Wednesday from Moore, Okla., much of which was destroyed by a massive tornado Monday, begins with word that officials doubt they will find any more survivors or bodies under the hundreds of homes, businesses and other buildings that were leveled.
A magazine says Kentucky is #1 when it comes to whitetail deer hunting. The latest edition of "Outdoor Life" ranks the Bluegrass state as the top whitetail trophy state in the country.
The publication says western Kentucky was especially noteworthy for producing a relatively high number of trophy bucks.
In tallying the scores, Kentucky ranked second in the number of record-book bucks. But the state reached the top of the rankings due to a low hunter density, relatively low costs for guided hunts and hunter-friendly laws and regulations.
Eastern Kentucky University says it's giving the buyouts to 127 workers who applied for them and were accepted.
The school's executive director of human resources, Gary Barksdale, says most people who chose the buyout are rank-and-file staff workers. The program was not made available to faculty or vice presidents.
Buyout packages were calculated based on an employee's years of service. They include a $1,500 payment for health insurance costs.