One year after the earthquake, farmer Mitsuo Sato still hasn't been able return home. Dick spoke with Mr. Sato last spring, and today producer Cori Princell finds out what has - and hasn't - changed for him since.
Maria Gunnoe's family has lived on the same West Virginia land since they settled there after escaping the Trail of Tears. The area has long been coal mining country. Maria's grandfather and two brothers mined for coal. But the methods of mining for coal have begun to change to something called "mountain top removal".
In the midst of a national housing crisis, Cassandra Brush recognizes what a privilege it is to live in her dream home. Cassandra and her husband, Dan, were determined to be homeowners without a mortgage. So the couple set out to build a house from scratch.