Oklahoma's new secondary data center can withstand a major tornado


The new data center, located across state lines in a Dallas suburb, is designed to survive tornadoes as fast as 165 mph, officials said.

Tornado sirens in Dallas suburbs deactivated after being hacked and set off


Residents of two cities were woken up in the middle of the night Tuesday after someone gained access to the radio-based warning system.

In tornado aftermath, Connecticut governor calls for municipal data sharing


Storms and tornadoes killed two residents and left more than 150,000 homes and businesses without power.