tornadoes Ohio's Libraries Weathered The Storm And Are Now Helping With Relief Efforts By Jo Ingles • Jun 7, 2019 Dan Konik When storms ravaged parts of Ohio during Memorial Day weekend, several libraries were forced to close their doors for a short time. Those facilities are back in operation. And many libraries are serving in relief efforts now. Gov. DeWine Asks Federal Government For Help For Tornado Victims By Jo Ingles • May 30, 2019 Jason Reynolds, WYSO Gov. Mike DeWine is requesting help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for ten counties that suffered damage from the tornadoes that ripped through Ohio earlier this week. DeWine Declares State Of Emergency For Ohio Counties Hit By Tornadoes, Severe Storms By Andy Chow • May 28, 2019 Jason Reynolds/WYSO Gov. Mike DeWine has declared a state of emergency in three Ohio counties after spending the day surveying the damage left behind by tornadoes and severe storms.