The day music came back to the Ninth Ward
Jan. 24: A Nightly News Web addition: Watch and listen as New Orleans jazz legends Harry Connick, Jr. and Branford Marsalis play, and the music literally comes back to the Ninth Ward for the first time in five months.
Video - March 21
Nagin unveils rebuilding plan
March 21: New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin unveils his own plan for remaking the city, unleashing anger and frustration over the slow pace of recovery. NBC's Rehema Ellis reports.
Video - March 20
FEMA wants undeserved aid back
March 20: Thousands of households received hurricane relief money but didn't deserve it. Now FEMA is trying to get the money back. NBC's Rehema Ellis reports.
Video - March 16
FEMA trailers 'scary and dangerous'
March 16: As the 2006 hurricane season nears, thousands of Katrina victims still are living in FEMA trailers — trailers that Mississippi's governor says are "scary and dangerous." NBC’s Ron Mott reports.
Video - March 15
FEMA hotel deadline
March 15: A firm FEMA hotel deadline for Hurricane Katrina evacuees arrives, leaving some to wonder where they'll sleep tonight. NBC's Ron Mott.
Video - March 14
Katrina's emotional toll
March 14: Hurricane Katrina altered the emotional landscape for countless children, causing many to go from grief to depression to violence. NBC's Peter Alexander reports.
Video - March 10
Report: Many factors in levee failures
March 10: A new preliminary report suggests there were several causes for the massive failure of the New Orleans levees. Could these failures been foreseen? NBC's Lisa Myers reports.
Video - March 3
Katrina survivor's story
March 3: NBC's Dawn Fratangelo has the first-hand account of a woman who survived Hurricane Katrina's floodwaters that killed dozens of people at her mother's Louisiana nursing home.
Video - Feb. 28
Brown: 'How do you think I felt?'
Feb. 28: Former FEMA chief Michael Brown, who lost his job in the wake of the government's botched response to Hurricane Katrina, continues his exclusive interview with NBC's Brian Williams.
Video - Feb. 23
Report: Widespread failures during Katrina
Feb. 23: A White House report on Hurricane Katrina cites government failures and proposes sweeping changes for responding to the next catastrophe. NBC's Kelly O'Donnell reports.
Video - Feb. 22
Link housing to willingness to work?
Feb. 21: New Orleans City Council members want housing preference given to returning residents who want to work, but critics say that’s just another way to control who returns to the city. NBC’s Martin Savidge reports.
Video - Feb. 17
Big Easy banking on Mardi Gras
Feb. 17: New Orleans businesses are counting on a surge for Mardi Gras, but they will make less than half the $1 billion the city took in last year. NBC's Peter Alexander reports.
Video - Feb. 14
Katrina evacuees evicted
Feb. 14: Thousands of Hurricane Katrina evacuees were forced to leave hotel rooms that the government has been paying for since the storm. NBC's Martin Savidge reports.
Video - Feb. 13
Report rips Katrina response
Feb. 13: A Republican-written House report blamed government-wide ineptitude for the mishandling of the Hurricane Katrina response and relief. NBC's Chip Reid reports.
Video - Feb. 8
Big Easy rebuilding permits too easy?
Feb. 8: Every day hundreds of New Orleans homeowners are getting permits to rebuild, including many with homes in flood-prone neighborhoods. NBC's Ron Allen reports.