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The report from Houston

Sep 9, 2005
the people most directly affected by Hurricane Katrina are in Baton Rouge. And Dallas. And Houston. They're trying to regain some normalcy. Marketplace's Bob Moon has been in Houston for the past week or so.

The week on Wall Street

Sep 9, 2005
Host Kai Ryssdal talks to analyst David Johnson about how Hurricane Katrina's aftermath may affect businesses along the gulf coast.

Looking for work in Houston

Sep 9, 2005
New Orleans refugees are beginning to think about resettling. Bob Moon reports from Houston, where some are pounding the pavement.

How to make the ports move

Sep 9, 2005
The port of New Orleans needs a few good men (and women) to get up and running. Rachel Dornhelm reports.

Getting help to hurricane victims

Sep 9, 2005
Nearly a hundred countries have offered goods to Katrina victims, but some have gotten stuck in the supply pipeline. Scott Tong reports.

A vacuum in a hurricane

Sep 9, 2005
Tom Oreck talks about how is vacuum company is weathering the affects of Hurricane Katrina.

Austin takes in hurricane refugees

Sep 9, 2005
About 4,000 people are staying at the Convention Center in Austin, Texas. Emily Donahue reports that it's hitting some in the wallet.

Getting back to business

Sep 9, 2005
In Baton Rouge, dislocated businesses from New Orleans are having a heckuva time finding office space. But that doesn't mean they haven't found a place to work. Sam Eaton reports.

Looking for the green

Sep 9, 2005
Dan Grech is in Mississippi, where getting cash may take more than just a trpi to the ATM.

Navigating the Mississippi

Sep 8, 2005
You can now get from the Mississippi Delta all the way up to Minnesota on the Mississippi River. Helen Palmer reports, though, that there are some problems.

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