Giant temporary housing platforms are creating drama in the streets—and putting money in the coffers of Texas cities.
Drawing on 60 hours of interviews with homeless residents, the production transmutes daily life and hardship into art.
There are laws and programs to help formerly-incarcerated Texans get employed, but finding a home can be far more challenging.
Amid record heat and a new COVID wave, state residents are being threatened with homelessness in rising numbers.
Sweltering temperatures imperil unsheltered residents, and community resources aren’t a given.
The City of Austin is back to playing whack-a-mole with its large unsheltered population.
Houston Is Hailed as a National Success for Fighting Homelessness. But the Reality Isn’t Quite as Rosy.
Simple overall stats don’t show the truth of the housing crisis.
The longtime state representative and congressional candidate parrots conservative talking points in wedge-issue mailer.
San Antonio officials say demolition orders are a tool of last resort—yet issue them far more often than every other major city in the state combined.
The EPA Placed a Texas Superfund Site on its National Priorities List in 2018. Why Is the Health Threat Still Unknown?
Predominantly Latino residents in Grand Prairie, west of Dallas, say they’ve been told little or nothing about air, soil and groundwater poisoned by TCE, a known human carcinogen.