A year after Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast, many of those displaced still haven't returned home. Funds for rebuilding remain scarce. In New Orleans, a lack of basic services, troubles with contractors and skilled-labor shortages complicate the situation.
How has the Crescent City's racial and economic make-up changed since the storm? What's up and running? An interactive look at the city's changing demographics. Web Extra: Interactive
Katrina hit rural Hancock County, Miss., full force. A year later, the county is struggling.
August 28, 2006 · A neighborhood-by-neighborhood survey reveals a city slowly fighting to return.Web Extra:Interactive Map: Neighborhood Updates
August 25, 2006 · Katrina drove more than a million people from their homes, but no national database tracks where they are. What is clear is that hundreds of thousands of evacuees remain away from home. Web Extra: Where Are They Now? A Survey
August 25, 2006 · In the year since Katrina struck, the musicians of New Orleans have struck back with their art. Hear 10 songs that convey their spirit, spunk and commitment to the city.
August 25, 2006 · Tasting a familiar food can trigger instant memories of simpler, happier times. For New Orleans resident Gail Naron Chalew, piquant green tomatoes are inextricably linked to the Big Easy. Web Extra: Favorite Recipes
August 25, 2006 · There's much to be learned from new books on the storm: about global warming, how cities live or die, the science of levees and the stunning human dramas it spawned.