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Topic - Vilonia
Vilonia is a city in Faulkner County, Arkansas, United States. Its population was 3,815 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Little Rock–North Little Rock–Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area. - Source: Wikipedia
Less than a month after a deadly tornado outbreak devastated their community, more than 200 students graduated from high school in Vilonia.
President Barack Obama has never fared well on Election Day in the central Arkansas community of Vilonia, however residents expressed gratitude Wednesday when Obama toured the damage and spoke to those affected by last week's deadly tornado.
Surveying the remnants of nature's destructive power in the country's midsection, President Barack Obama pledged Wednesday to residents of tornado-ravaged Arkansas communities that their government will stand with them until they finish rebuilding.
President Obama on Wednesday told the people of an Arkansas town devastated by tornadoes that their "country is going to be here for you" through the long rebuilding process.
The day after a deadly EF4 tornado ripped through central Arkansas, Jessica Sowards sat down with her two young sons to explain what happened to their best friends in Vilonia.
A three-day outbreak of twisters and other violent weather that pulverized homes from the Midwest to the Deep South has killed at least 35 people. Here are some stories from people in Arkansas, Mississippi and Alabama who made it through the frightening chaos.
A national nonprofit organization that works to reunite people with their photos following disasters is focusing on communities hard hit by recent tornadoes.
Mark Wade and his family heard the dire warnings on TV and the tornado sirens, and were prepared to ride out the storm in their closet when a neighbor across the street on Vilonia's Aspen Creek Drive yelled out: "Come over! We're going in the storm cellar!"
A 21-year-old member of the University of Alabama swim team taking shelter in the basement of a home was among those killed by tornadoes that swept across the Midwest and South this week.
After Louie Short's home overlooking Lake Conway was reduced to rubble by a half-mile-wide tornado, he emerged from the debris with bruises, a cut arm and the resolve to stake another claim to the kind of life where neighbors help neighbors and the fishing is good.
The 15 victims killed in the tornado that hit Arkansas on Sunday night. The names were released by Faulkner County spokesman David Hogue, the White County Sheriff's Office and a relative of the Paron victims.
A spokesman for Gov. Mike Beebe's office has confirmed a 15th fatality from the powerful tornado that struck Arkansas on Sunday night.
A half-mile-wide tornado carved an 80-mile path of destruction through the Little Rock suburbs Sunday evening, killing at least 14 people, flattening rows of homes, shredding cars along a highway and demolishing a brand-new school before it even had a chance to open.
Arkansas officials say the town of Vilonia has been hard hit by a tornado, including areas that were hit by a storm in 2011.