Looking for reporters' blogs on Katrina

Looking for reporters' blogs on Katrina to answer question: If reporters can get to the desperate, why can't rescuers?

For the first time in years I've been Tivoing the evening news. Granted, in 22 minutes reporters are right to focus on other people's stories, and not their own. But I'm curious about how they're doing their jobs. I'd like to read about it, perhaps on blogs. Are there any out there? My most maddening question: If reporters can get to desperate people, why can't rescue trucks carrying food, medicine and water? Anyone know?

Tim Porter links to a Times Picayune blog. Good reporting there (but it doesn't answer my question.)

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