In Mississippi, Hurricane Katrina Altered the Landscape and Lives

Katrina’s hurricane-force winds extended 115 miles from the center when it made landfall Aug. 29, 2005, on the Mississippi-Louisiana line.

Atlanta Area Relief Officials Cite Lessons Learned After Katrina

The early response to Katrina in Georgia was plagued by communication missteps and turf battles.

Macon Marks Preparedness Month as Hurricane Season Intensifies

Tropical Storm Erika developed just before the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina -- a catastrophe that also serves as a reminder of the importance of always being ready.