There years ago, there were no streets in the Lower Ninth Ward and few signs of life. Battered by Hurricane Katrina, there was just water -- and destruction.
Back then, 80 percent of New Orleans was underwater and the Lower Ninth Ward was Ground Zero after two major breaches in the nearby Industrial Canal sent water sweeping through streets and into homes.
One local hurricane victim summed it up then: "A lot of people died, bro."
But things are changing. Three years after Hurricane Katrina...Full Story