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    Katrina's Lingering Effects in NOLA's 9th Ward

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Katrina's Lingering Effects in NOLA's 9th Ward

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New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward was undoubtedly the area hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina. Years after the waters receded, people there are still struggling to return home. WDSU's LaTonya Norton reports.