Houston Suffers 'Unprecedented' Flooding After Tropical Storm Harvey

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at 10:00 AM
Stranded vehicles sit where they got stuck in high water from Hurricane Harvey on Dairy Ashford Drive, August 28, 2017 in Houston, Texas. Harvey made landfall shortly after 11 p.m. Friday, just north of Port Aransas as a Category 4 storm and is being reported as the strongest hurricane to hit the United States since Wilma in 2005. (Photo: Erich Schlegel/Getty Images)

Catastrophic flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey has devastated the Houston area, killing at least one person. Gov. Greg Abbott said late Sunday that another 1,000 National Guard members will be sent to the area on Monday, joining 3,000 already activated. President Trump is expected to visit the area on Tuesday. We’ll get the latest.

More Information:
“Hell or High Water” (A 2016 Report by ProPublica and the Texas Tribune)

Guests:
Kiah Collier,
reporter, Texas Tribune
Eric Berger, meteorologist and editor, Space City Weather

Guests:

Kiah Collier, reporter Texas Tribune. Her 2016 investigation “Boomtown, Flood Town” found that rapid development has made Houston vulnerable to flooding

Eric Berger, meteorologist and editor, Space City Weather, a Houston weather news site

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