PBS News Weekend

Season 4, Episode 17 of 99

On Saturday, on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, NewsHour Weekend wraps up the weeklong series, Katrina: 10 Years Later. First, NewsHour explores the changes people endured after the storm, when floodwaters cleared and the public moved on but homes were washed away. In excerpts from a forthcoming documentary, "Forced Change," by filmmaker Rennick Soholt, NewsHour follows the lives of two New Orleanians who left the city for good after the storm and who are still trying to piece together what home means to them. Later, NewsHour Weekend profiles Leah Chase, the chef and co-owner of the legendary New Orleans Creole eatery, Dooky Chase. After decades of running the restaurant, which had become a landmark in the city's oldest black neighborhood, Chase saw her business, home and virtually everything she owned wash away. Ten years ago, at age 82, she resolved to rebuild and start over.

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