High Waters, Price of Development?

Pennsylvania's never seen a Katrina, but big storms have devastated communities here. Nearly two years after Hurricane Ivan hit, some businesses and residents still hurt. Environmental officials say flooding has worsened statewide in the last century because of development. The Allegheny Front's Jennifer Szweda Jordan looks at flooding and ways to prevent it. The story will air the week of July 12 as part of our special series "The Many Faces of Sprawl." Listen to the promo.