Anderson is anchoring from New Orleans tonight where he reports on how locals are coping four years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the area. Some residents continue to face challenges as the Big Easy keeps trying to rebuild. Earlier today, Anderson met up with CNN Political Contributor and New Orleans native James Carville for a tour of the city. Check out this photo gallery of where they stopped.
Anderson and James Carville sit down at a Pascal Manale's restaurant in New Orleans.
Anderson meets a New Orleans resident who tells him she's glad he came back and shares her own story.
Outside of Pascal Manale's restaurant.
Anderson and James Carville make a stop at Freret Street Gym.
Inside Freret Street Gym, James Carville shows Anderson how high the water rose during Hurricane Katrina.
A close-up of the water line inside Freret Street Gym.
Inside Freret Street Gym, Anderson talks to the president of Loyola University New Orleans, Rev. Kevin Wildes.
Program Note: Four years after Katrina, what is New Orleans like now? Some residents continue to face challenges as the Big Easy keeps trying to rebuild. Take a look at In Depth: After the Storm. And to learn about ways you can make a difference, visit Impact Your World.
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