April Bamburg News
Detroit is a strong candidate to be the next COVID-19 hotspot, say leading medical experts, as poverty and chronic disease leave city residents more vulnerable to the disease.
Los Angeles, Chicago and Detroit are preparing for a wave of coronavirus infections by setting up field hospitals to compensate for likely hospital bed shortages.
A lawsuit against Harris County is over after the county and the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), an Indianapolis-based organization, reached a settlement. The federal district court in Houston entered the settlement agreement March 17, 2020.
Housing may now be more affordable, thanks to the recent drop in mortgage rates spurred on by fears and uncertainty brought on by the spread of the novel coronavirus, according to a real estate market analysis by Redfin.
Across the country, the uncertainty associated with the COVID-19 pandemic has many people worried about the health of their family members and others about whether or not they’ll have housing in the coming weeks and months.
Dolcefino questions Houston Housing Authority's dealings regarding new low-income housing in the East End
Wayne Dolcefino is still questioning the actions of the Houston Housing Authority, particularly in relation to a real estate deal that would see HHA spend $12.9 million on six acres of land that no one can live on.
A "stress test" of Houston’s finances revealed that the city would not handle a recession well, should it come to be.
The Houston Housing Authority’s decision to buy property known to be contaminated by ash from Houston’s former Velasco Incinerator site as part of a 28-acre public housing development is catching people’s attention. The ash contains lead, and seeps into Buffalo Bayou.
Increasing the amount of housing available in a community leads to more affordable housing, according to a study of U.S. census data published by Catalyst.
Immigrants will have access to a county-funded legal services program, which was proposed by Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo at the Feb. 25 commissioners court meeting.