Head down to the Big Easy to find out how New Orleans is faring five years after Hurricane Katrina.
New Orleans' historic French Quarter is one of America's great travel destinations.
On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall, leaving much of New Orleans underwater.
Four years after the storm, entire neighborhoods still stood vacant, many residents lacking the funds to rebuild.
Residents of the Lower Ninth Ward march in a parade to honor victims on Katrina's fourth anniversary.
Volunteers rebuild a house for the St. Bernard Project, one of many groups that sprang up in the wake of Katrina.
Native son, Kermit Ruffins, is one of many local musicians working to raise awareness for the need that remains in NOLA.
One of New Orleans' world-famous brass bands marches through the streets of the French Quarter.
Mardi Gras 2010 was even more festive than usual after QB Drew Bees led the Saints to their first-ever Super Bowl victory.
The only thing that rivals the music in the Crescent City is the food. A big plate of jambalaya is always on the menu.
The French Quarter is the heart of New Orleans, and at its center is beautiful Jackson Square.