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A year after the Gulf Coast and New Orleans were devastated by Hurricane Katrina, the rebuilding process continues, or in many places, has yet to start. Families are still displaced and businesses are still idled.

• Survivors share their stories one year after the storm

• A look at the coast road: 90 miles on U.S. 90

• A scene of destruction: New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward

• A look at Katrina through the eyes of children

• A 150-year history of hurricanes

• A look at the latest photos

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Class action status OK'd in major post-Katrina flood case
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- A federal judge who ruled last year that the federal government is responsible for some of the flooding that hit the New Orleans area after Hurricane Katrina and other storms granted class-action status in the case Wednesday, meaning numerous property owners - not just the handful in the original 2005 lawsuit - could be in line for compensation....