National

Texas Judge Rules Federal Eviction Moratorium Unconstitutional. Lawyers And Advocates Disagree On What That Means For Tenants

Posted on · The judge opted against issuing an injunction that would block the federal ban on evictions, instead signaling that he expected the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to withdraw its moratorium.

City of Houston

A Decade After Ike, Houston Still Hasn’t Spent Tens Of Millions It Got To Build Affordable Housing

Posted on · When the Houston Housing Authority tried to build in low-income neighborhoods, housing advocates and the feds blocked the projects. When they turned to wealthier areas, neighbors and politicians shot them down. Will anything change once federal money starts to flow after Hurricane Harvey?

Houston Matters

Full Show: Lawsuit Over Harvey Recovery Funds, And Political Roundup (March 21, 2018)

Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: We bring you the latest on the death of a suspect in the Austin serial bombings. Then, housing advocates in Austin are suing to block Houston from receiving Harvey recovery money. Also, we discuss the latest political stories. Plus, we meet a University of Houston researcher studying health disparities across Houston. And we learn about the Houston Latino Film Festival.