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March 8, 2011 12:00 AM

Kansas leads nation in big tornadoes

They are the rarest and most dangerous of tornadoes and research shows Kansas has more of them than any other state. F5s. Kansas has had 14 of the tornadoes at the top of the Fujita Scale, according to data compiled by severe-weather-research meteorologist Jon Davies of Kansas City.

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