Katrina The After-Math Show by Cindy firstname.lastname@example.org
James Lande and Chester Breaux washes his hair on Bourbon Street in New Orleans in Sept. 14.
Venetian blinds dangle from broken windows on the downtown Hyatt Hotel in New Orleans on Sept. 12.
Hurricane Katrina holdout Tyler Teal, 12, cleans his home in Lafitte, 25 miles south of New Orleans, on Sept. 14. The Louisiana cities of Gretna, Westwego and Lafitte, all suburbs of New Orleans, told residents they could return at daybreak. They are all in Jefferson Parish, which borders New Orleans on both sides of the Mississippi River. The cities are on the south side of the river, the so-called West Bank, and did not suffer the widespread, continued flooding that other areas have.
A rescue boat patrols flooded Tulane Avenue in New Orleans on Sept. 11.
Policemen from the Florida Highway Patrol inspect the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina as they walk down a street in Bay St. Louis, Miss., on Sept. 11.
Members of the National Guard decontaminate vehicles with a bleach solution near New Orleans' French Quarter on Sept. 11.
The body of a Hurricane Katrina victim lies in the remaining floodwaters and debris in Saint Bernard Parish on Sept. 12.
A neighborhood of large homes in New Orleans, La., sits flooded with oily water Sept. 12, two weeks after Hurricane Katrina hit the region. Roughly half of the city remained underwater.
The new acting director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, R. David Paulison, left, speaks during a news conference with Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff on Sept. 13 outside FEMA headquarters in Washington. President Bush chose Paulison for the post after FEMA Director Michael Brown resigned under fire over the response to Hurricane Katrina.
Unused body bags remain in St. Rita's Nursing Home in St. Bernard Parish, La., on Sept. 14. Thirty-four of the nursing home's residents died in floodwaters from Hurricane Katrina, and state Attorney General Charles Foti said the owners of the home had been charged with 34 counts of negligent homicide.
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