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Following the Money in Arkansas Tornado Recovery

Finding out where the donations and government funds went that poured in after the killer storm.

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FAULKNER COUNTY, AR - Sunday marks three months since a deadly tornado struck central Arkansas.

In the aftermath, there were plenty of opportunities for donations to help families who lost everything.

Tonight on KARK 4 News at 6, we're taking a look at whether or not the donated and government funds were spent appropriately.

We're following the money to see where those funds have gone and trying to put measures of responsibility in place for the future in Faulkner County.

"We want to do things right here. We need to make sure others do things right. We want to be confident funds are used the way they're supposed to whether it's government money or donated money," says Faulkner County Judge Allen Dodson.

We want to know what you think about how money was distributed during the tornado recovery, share your opinion in our poll on this page.

Tune in tonight at 6, when we take a closer look at how officials and nonprofits are ensuring accountability in the tornado recovery.

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