Sweltering temperatures imperil unsheltered residents, and community resources aren’t a given.
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.
Photographer Dimitri Staszewski takes a look at the city's increasingly gentrified neighborhood.
‘You See People With Mushrooms Growing Out of Their Carpets’: Tenants With Mold in Their Homes Have Little Recourse
Incidences of mold in Texas homes exploded after the mid-February storm, which burst pipes and allowed moisture to seep into buildings’ foundations at a rapid rate.
As housing prices skyrocket in Texas, desperate buyers will try anything to stand out. But experts say the implications are troubling.
Despite federal protections aimed at preventing eviction, thousands of tenants in Texas have been unable to use them to keep their homes.
As the unhoused population grows, cities like Austin turn to legalized camps, where community and calamity collide.
“What they want is to push us back to where they don’t see us anymore.”
Screened out by automated background checks, tenants who face eviction can be denied housing for years to come.