United Way of Southern Kentucky paves the way for tornado recovery
It's been one year since the deadliest tornado outbreak in Kentucky's history. One of the worst ones was an EF-3 which hit the city of Bowling Green. It killed 17 people and destroyed homes and businesses. Organizations across the country, like the United Way of Southern Kentucky, have been on the ground since this unforgettable day to help people get back on their feet. Elizabeth Newbold, marketing and communications director for the organization, joins FOX Weather.