Debris litter U.S 90 looking west toward the Treasure Bay Casino after storm surge from Hurricane Katrina passed through the area Monday.
Men pick through rubble as a boat sits in rubble several hundred yards form the beach in Biloxi's historic downtown district Friday. Storm surge from Hurricane Katrina destroyed many of the old buildings.
Frank Moffett paddles a small boat as he keeps an eye on fishing boats parked in Cedar Lake near I-10 in Biloxi. Moffett is living on one of the boats so he can make sure nothing happens until their owners can retrieve them.
Jeanne Bose of New Orleans looks some of the items she saved as a stray dog she has nicknamed Hurri-K-9 sits on the street next to her on S. Girard St. in Long Beach. Bose, who was staying with a friend, said she had to hang on to a tree with one of her cats outdide the home when the storm surge crested just above the top of the door.
Bobby Ryan narrates a video tape of the remains of his home off West Ave. in Long Beach Sunday. Hurricane Katrina batterd the area Monday, destroying buildings and with high wind and a large storm surge.
Lorna Richardson looks for valuables in her home on West Ave. in Long Beach Sunday after Hurricane Katrina destroyed her home, along with the others on the street, Monday.
Lorna Richardson set some of the valuables she recovered from her home on West Ave. in Long Beach Sunday after Hurricane Katrina destroyed the building, along with the other homes on the street, Monday.
Grant Graham (left) with the Mississippi Crime Lab in Biloxi leads a group of searchers looking for victims of Hurricane Katrina in the rubble of homes off U.S. 90 in Long Beach Sunday. Hurricane Katrina batterd the area Monday, destroying buildings and with high wind and a large storm surge.
Two man carry food down a debris lined E. Second Street just off U.S. 90 in Pass Christian Sunday. Hurricane Katrina batterd the area Monday, destroying buildings and with high wind and a large storm surge.
Stf. Sgt. Daryl Hull signas for more supplies as he and volunteers from the Cuavas Volunteer Fire Department hand out supplies including water, ice, food and baby items at the Pinevally Elementary School in Pass Christian Sunday. Hurricane Katrina batterd the area Monday, destroying buildings and with high wind and a large storm surge.
Cars sit in the ditch at the side of Highway 43 at Waveland after being washed off the road by storm surge from Hurricane Katrina Monday.
People walk the beach near a destroyed van in Bay St. Louis near U.S. 90 Sunday. Hurricane Katrina batterd the area Monday, destroying buildings and with high wind and a large storm surge.
Jack Deal with Georgia Power takes photographs of what used to be South Beach Boulevard in downtown Bay St. Louis Sunday. Hurricane Katrina batterd the area Monday, destroying buildings and with high wind and a large storm surge.
Becki Mitchell of Diamondhead raises her hand and tries to get better cell phone reception as she stands by the remains of the U.S. 90 bridge between Bay St. Louis and Pass Christian Sunday.
Dr. Alan Shapiro of New York with the Operation Assist from The Childrens Health Fund, examines an infection on the leg of Justin Cuevas, 15, in a trailer outside the Harrison Elementary School on Dedeaux Rd. in Gulfport Wednesday.
Humane Society of the United States member Josh Colvin of De Moines, Iowa, helps search a damaged real estate office in downtown Gulfport for an abandon cat Wednesday. They leave food and water until they can retrieve the animal and take it to a shelter.
One of Gulfport's biggest tourist attractions, the Marine Life Oceanarium, was heavily damaged by the storm surge from Hurricane Katrina. Miraciously, eight bottle nosed doplhins that were lost in the storm were found in the gulf Wednesday near where the oceanarium once stood.
A sign, with tongue firmly planted in cheek, announcing the Spring Pilgrimage is tied to a tree outside a heavily damaged home along the U.S. 90 in Biloxi Thursday.
A lone staircase sits just of U.S. 90, a single reminder of the apartment building that was washed away by the storm surge of Hurricane Katrina. Despite some rebuilding efforts, much of the beach properties still remain untouched by the clean up efforts.
Like a scene from an old movie, the pirate ship shaped barge that was the Treasure Bay Casino in Biloxi sits stranded on the beach, pushed off her moorings by Hurricane Katrina's storm surge.
Pieces of plastic and clothing deposited by Hurricane Katrina hang from trees like a snowstorm near a small canal along the beach in Biloxi Friday.
Souvenier City in Biloxi was one of hundreds of businesses along U.S. 90 that was heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
The Star Inn in Biloxi is one of dozens of hotels destroyed by Hurricane Katrina along U.S. 90 from Bay St. Louis to Ocean Springs.
Debries lies on the beach near the Beau Rivage in Biloxi after storm surge from Hurricane Katrina scattered trees and parts of homes and businesses for miles along the beach.
The memorial to the victims of Hurricane Camille on the grounds of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Biloxi was heavily damaged, as was the church building itself.
These recovered items, a cross and a metal frame are all that is left of the building of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Biloxi. The memorial to the victims of Hurricane Camille on the grounds of the church was also heavily damaged.
The Peliacn Cay Condiminiums in Biloxi, photographed before the Sunday before the storm, had the first two floors completely gutted by Hurricane Katrina.
A Red Cross Disaster Services truck passes a large boat washed ashore near Michael Blvd. in Biloxi Thursday High wind and a large storm surge from Hurricane Katrina damaged much of the fishing fleet along the Gulf Coast.
Milton Wood of Biloxi carries away boxs of drinking water and hot food provided by the Red Cross at the First Baptist Church of Biloxi Wednesday.
Joseph Aucion (left) of D'Iberville, enjoys a hot meal prepared by the Red Cross with his sons (from right) Seth, 7, Sage, 6, and Sylvian, 9, at the First Baptist Church of Biloxi Wednesday.
A worker uses an ax to remove part of the roof, damaged by Hurricane Katrina over two weeks ago, on the D'Iberville High School off the I-110 loop that goes to the Beach in Biloxi.
Northrop Grumman employees (from left) Chuck Allen, Robert Jackson and Herman Gentry sweep what's left of the mud deposited from the storm surge of Hurricane Katrina from the Stacking Hall at the facility Thursday. Many workers are returning to work at the facility, both the aid in clean up, or work on several military ships under construction using limited electrical power.
Northrop Grumman workers Larry Holcomb (left) and Ronald Robinson work on the outside of the new National Security Coast Guard Cutter under construction at the facility in Pascagoula Thursday. Many workers were returning to work at the shipyard, both the aid in clean up, or work on several military ships under construction using limited electrical power.
ShipfitterJonathan Heath works on the bow of LHD 8 "Makin Island" under construction at the Northrop Grumman shipyard at Pascagoula Thursday. Many workers are returning to work at the facility, both the aid in clean up, or work on several military ships under construction using limited electrical power.
Anita Belcher covers her face as she talks about the water damage inside her home near the marina on Wade Ave. in Pascagoula. Belcherand her husband Keith, said the water reached the eves of her home, and also damaged two cars and a motorcycle.
One of the sailbaots in the City of Biloxi Regatta sail past Deer Island off east Biloxi beach in Biloxi Thursday. The ships made the trip from the back bay, past the Biloxi lighthouse, before mooring at Point Cadet.
Shane Dorris of Gainsville, Fla., looks over the Hurricane Katrina T-shirts for sale by a van parked along U.S. 49 in Gulfport Thursday. The seller, Carissa Ford of Ft. Wayne. Ind., said that 2/3 of the proceeds would be donated to the Red Cross.
The full moon shines through the smoke from a burning pile of debries from Hurricane Katrina that accidentally caught fure in a damaged section of the Port of Gulfport late Thursday evening.
Gulfport police officer Damon McDaniel directs traffic at a checkpoint on U.S. 49 near U.S. 90 in Gulfport Friday. Officials have tightened the security around the damaged areas from Biloxi to Bay St. Louis.