Debbie Elliott After a stint on Capitol Hill, NPR National Correspondent Debbie Elliott is back covering the news in her native South.
Immigrants Turn to Church for Shelter from Rita
Casino Functions as Shelter Through Katrina, Rita
Extent of Damage at Port Fourchon Unclear
Beaumont Newspaper Determined to Keep Printing
Gulfport, Miss., Bus Brings Protesters to D.C.
Mobile's New Mayor Walks into a Disaster
A Family of Artists Picks Up the Pieces
Town Doctor Battles Katrina's Bad Breaks
NYPD Returns a Favor to Louisiana
A Life of Justice: 'Hugo Black of Alabama'
Finding a Niche for New Orleans Restaurant Workers
Is D.C. Prepared for a Major Emergency?
Death Toll Unclear; May Be Lower Than Feared
Galveston: Destruction and Reconstruction
Reflecting on the Losses from Katrina