Previous tax bills and blighted properties haunt the city housing director
A former nun spends her days in the Second Ward, trying to bring a better life to its Latinas
Questions about conflicts of interest and motives cloud a $77 million city housing deal
Reformed and reborn, the man now pushes the word of God, not drugs. So why does it still feel like the Johnny Binder Show?
HUD auditors find conflicts and abuses in Houston's affordable-homes program
Come 2023, Rice Hotel redevelopers can own their federally assisted project for a cool $1,000
Secrecy and lack of oversight plague housing programs
A federal audit suggests the Lanier administration gave a sweetheart deal to one of the mayor's buddies -- then failed to ensure that taxpayers' money was properly spent.
A nonprofit "charity" is pursuing millions in taxpayers' money to redevelop the Fourth Ward. The question for Houston Renaissance is, charity for whom?
Dollar-a-year mayoral assistant Michael Stevens has been given unprecedented power and funding to transform the inner city. And he answers to just one man.
For years, the city has been promising housing for the poor. But those promises have been trampled by politics and a desire for quick profits.