Emergency workers go door-to-door checking for survivors along College Street.
Two men dig through rubble.
A family walks by damaged buildings.
People look at damaged homes on the east side of U.S. 31.
Aerial view of damage.
Fireman walk by storm damage at Henryville High School.
A school bus is crushed into a business on the east side of U.S. 31.
Fireman go through debris of businesses and homes along U.S. 31.
Outside Henryville High School
A school bus was flipped and ripped apart in the parking lot of Henryville High School.
Various sizes of hail stones litter.
A firefighter searches through the second floor of Henryville Elementary School.
Firefighters with the Jeffersonville Fire Department do a room-by-room search of the Henryville Middle School.
Debris litters the front of the Henryville Middle School.
Workers with the Midwest Natural Gas Company seal a gas leak.
A semitrailer lies on its side in front of the remains of a gas station.
A man walks around a destroyed house looking for belongings.
A woman salvages belongings from her home that was destroyed.
A police officer checks his phone while standing amid wreckage.
Henryville High School at night.
A wall is seen ripped off a building.
- Thousands made it to the Women's March on Washington on Saturday to stand up for women's rights and protest Donald Trump.
- Crowds for the Women's March in Washington, DC, were much larger than for the inauguration.
- Surrounded by penguins, people all the way in Antarctica participated in the Women's March on Saturday ❄️
- "We shall overcomb." People across America got creative and made some pretty epic signs for the Women's March.