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Two Years after Katrina...just 60% of the population has returned...there are 100,000 fewer jobs…4 of 7 general hospitals are still closed...rents have soared 30%...At least 13,000 families live in trailers. The city ranks No. 1 in murders. Fortune, Money Magazine and Fortune Small Business look into why progress is so slow and show how businesses and former residents are coping.
Where's the relief money?
Fortune: Billions have been spent to rebuild New Orleans. But not enough is reaching the local economy. Here's why. (more)
Photojournalist Stanley Greene has been documenting the aftermath of Katrina since the day it struck. (more)
With narration by Fortune senior writer Adam Lashinsky. (more)
 

You can't go home again
Money magazine:The Pellissiers had deep roots in New Orleans. But all that couldn't keep them in this still struggling city. (more)

Sticking with the family business
FSB: The Chauvins have been in the shrimp business for four generations - and they're trying for five. (more)

The next energy crisis
Fortune: More than a quarter of America's oil flows through southern Louisiana. Too bad the land is slowly sinking into the Sea (more)

How years of misguided policies left New Orleans defenseless against Katrina — and we are making the same mistakes again. (more)
Joe McKnight escaped the devastation and has renewed hope of playing college football. (more)
How three families are faring after having their lives changed dramatically. (more)