Sandy: One Year Later - Series at a glance

One year after Superstorm Sandy, are we better

One year after Superstorm Sandy, are we better prepared? Our special series examines what changes have been made. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

WOODBURY - One year after Superstorm Sandy, what lessons have we learned? What changes have been made, and are we better prepared? All this week, News 12 Long Island looks to answer these questions in our four-part report, Sandy: One Year Later.

Monday, Oct. 21: News 12's Jill Wagner heads to Long beach to find out why some Long Island residents are still living trailers one year after the devastaion.

Tuesday, Oct. 22: Will there be gas? Andrew Ehinger investigates the state of Long Island's fuel infrastructure. Can it stand up to another superstorm?

BEFORE AND AFTER - See how parts of LI look one year later

PHOTOS - View or Submit Your Sandy Photos

CHOPPER 12 - Aerial Footage of NY/NJ Devastation

READ/WATCH MORE - News 12 Long Island's Sandy Coverage

VIDEO: Superstorm Sandy's Lifespan

NEWSDAY: Additional Sandy coverage at Newsday.com

Wednesday, Oct. 23: Will the lights stay on? LIPA is out and New Jersey based PSEG is in. Christine Insinga examines whether Long Islanders will be better off when the next major storm hits.

Thursay, Oct. 24: One year after Superstorm Sandy hit, have we learned our lessons, or are we headed down the same path as before? Shari Einhorn reports.

LIVE SPECIAL - Thursday Oct. 24: Join News 12 Long Island for a special one-hour live discussion. Find out what's being done and how we can better prepare for another superstorm.

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