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As soldiers and police officers continue to look for Hurricane Katrina (search) survivors in the now-toxic New Orleans, workers are preparing themselves for finding more corpses as the city water levels continue to decrease. How high could the death toll climb?

Then, cities along the Mississippi coast were virtually wiped off the map. But people are trying as hard as they can to pick up and move forward. Some restaurants are already reopening, offering cheap, hot meals that are being shipped in from other states. And some south Mississippi school districts are reportedly shooting for an October start date for classes. We'll get the latest on the progress already being made in Mississippi from Gulfport Mayor Brent Warr.

And, some members of the Louisiana National Guard are returning home from Iraq for a different kind of "R and R" — rescue and relief. FOX's Bret Baier has the story.

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