As each day passes, the scale of the devastation left by Hurricane Katrina (search) grows. Stay with FOX News for complete coverage from the hurricane-torn region.
We'll get live updates throughout the region from our FOX News correspondents. Plus:
The Louisiana State Police are working 20 hours every day to end the lawlessness in New Orleans. We'll get an update on those efforts from Lt. Lawrence Mcleary, public affairs supervisor of the Louisiana State Police.
The city of New Orleans will be uninhabitable for at least the next few months. But small towns like Biloxi, Mississippi were also devastated by the storm. We'll get Bruce Dunagan, chief of police in Biloxi, has a live report.
The Navy is sending medical relief to the hurricane region. We'll be joined by Capt. Thomas Allingham, commanding officer of the USS Comfort — a fully functional medical facility that's en route to the Gulf now
Some experts say Hurricane Katrina will cost the U.S. $100 billion. How will that impact the U.S. economy? We'll get a read from Tobin Smith, editor of Changewave Investing and a FOX Business News contributor.
Storm victims face all kinds of health risks. How do survivors stay safe from deadly diseases? We'll ask Dr. Manny Alvarez, FOX News medical correspondent.
Plus, we'll be joined by Louisiana Senator David Vitter, who spent Friday touring the disaster sites with President Bush.
Then, Azline Kemp was in New York when Hurricane Katrina struck her hometown of Biloxi. But she has not seen or heard from her family for one week now.
And, the stars are out to help raise money for hurricane relief efforts. The Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association Telethon will feature celebrity fund-raising appeals. We'll be joined by one of the hosts of that event, legendary singer and entertainer Tony Orlando.
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