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Rescue workers are nearing the end of the mammoth search for survivors and the dead in Moore.
After nearly 24 hours of searching, Moore's fire chief said he was confident there were no more bodies or survivors in the rubble.
"I'm 98% sure we're good," Gary Bird said at a news conference with the state governor, who had just completed an aerial tour of the disaster zone.
By last night, every damaged home in Moore had been searched at least once, Mr Bird said. His goal was to conduct three searches of each building just to be certain there were no more bodies or survivors.
The fire chief was hopeful that could be completed before nightfall but efforts were being hampered by heavy rain.
No additional survivors or bodies have been found since Monday night, Mr Bird said.
David Bowie has paid tribute to his former bass-player Trevor Bolder as a "major inspiration and a "tremendous guy" after he died following a battle with cancer.
Bowie said: "Trevor was a wonderful musician and a major inspiration for whichever band he was working with. But he was foremostly a tremendous guy, a great man."
Bolder went on to join Uriah Heep five years later and only stopped playing with the band a few months ago, due to his poor health.
A statement from Uriah Heep said: "It is with great sadness that Uriah Heep announce the passing of our friend the amazing Trevor Bolder, who has passed away after his long fight with cancer.
"Trevor was an all-time great, one of the outstanding musicians of his generation, and one of the finest and most influential bass players that Britain ever produced."
Two days ago the Prime Minister wrote to UK overseas territories and crown dependencies telling them he expects them to take action on tax transparency.
As well as moves towards establishing a new global standard for "multilateral automatic information exchange", Mr Cameron wants the EU and G8 meetings to extend country-by-country reporting by companies on where they pay tax.
But the risk is that some EU countries will want to set up their own separate system rather than adopt the emerging international blueprint for tightening controls on large-scale tax avoidance schemes estimated to cost the European Union alone one trillion euros (£850 billion) a year.
On the eve of the summit Ireland rejected US Senate suggestions that Dublin's tax system was responsible for Apple's ability to its slash its tax bills by holding profits in Irish subsidiaries.
Barristers and solicitors will gather outside the Houses of Parliament today in protest against proposed changes to legal aid.
Certain areas of law have already been moved out of the scope of the system in a bid to save £350 million on the Government's £2.2 billion legal aid bill.Additional proposed changes are now under consideration, including paving the way for lawyers to compete for contracts.
Denise Fergus will later give a victim statement to a parole hearing for one of her son's killers, Jon Venables.
James Bulger's mother has previously said that she would do, "whatever it takes" to stop his killers release.
Earlier this year Mrs Fergus spoke to ITV Daybreak and said that even 20 years after her son's murder she still could not believe what happened to him.
Uriah Heep and Spiders From Mars bassist Trevor Bolder has died following a battle with cancer, his band said tonight. He was 62.
Bolder joined David Bowie's backing band in 1971, appearing on classic albums including Hunky Dory and Aladdin Sane. He went on to join Uriah Heep five years later and only stopped playing with the band a few months ago, due to his poor health.
Tributes were paid to him tonight as a "world-class" rock musician.
Just arrived in Oklahoma from the south as night falls and drive through Moore with focused devastation on either side of highway.
A rare edition of the first Harry Potter book, which was personally annotated by JK Rowling, has sold for £150,000 at auction.
The unique copy of Harry Potter & The Philosopher's Stone contains 22 of the authors own illustrations along with a revealing commentary.
Published in 1997, the book was sold to a telephone bidder at Sotheby's in central London, also up for auction was a copy of Roald Dahl's Matilda, with new illustrations by Quentin Blake, which sold for £30,000 making it the second highest sale of the evening.
England has seen a fall in the number of beaches receiving Blue Flag awards, as coastal lines faced tough new EU standards this year.
Fifty-five beaches were awarded Blue Flag status, compared to the 79-beach total for last year.
They had to meet a new "excellent" standard required under the new EU Bathing Waters Directive.
Beaches also had to provide information to beach users advising where they can obtain real time information on discharges from nearby combined sewage overflows, if that discharge could temporarily affect the bathing water quality.
Thanet in Kent had the most Blue Flags this year, receiving eight, and the Dorset regions of Poole and Bournemouth had four Blue Flags, as did Torbay in Devon and the Isle of Wight.