San Francisco High School Student Faces Eviction After His Grandmother DiesA student at Galileo High School in San Francisco is facing eviction from a public housing complex after his grandmother died. It is a complicated legal battle with an 18-year-old in the middle.
Lawsuit Challenges Oakland Law That Bans Loitering On Public Housing Two East Bay men sued the city of Oakland in federal court Wednesday to challenge the constitutionality of a municipal law that forbids loitering on public housing property.
HUD Proposal Would Raise Rent For Millions In Public HousingMillions of families living in federally subsidized public housing would have to pay more for rent under a Trump administration proposal.
San Francisco Public Housing Authority Behind On List Of Maintenance And Repair Orders San Francisco's Housing Authority is behind on a backlogged list of repair and maintenance work orders for their public housing units.
Supervisor, Administrator Clash Over Future Of SF Housing AuthoritySan Francisco Supervisor David Campos is calling for the creation of a public housing collaborative in the wake of a scathing audit of the city's housing authority, but others think any money should go to the units themselves.
25 San Francisco Families Move Into Improved Public Housing In Hunters PointSan Francisco City officials marked the completion of phase one of the reconstruction of a public housing complex once deemed among the worst in the country.
Oakland Housing Authority Accepts Applications For Low-Income HousingThe Oakland Housing Authority began accepting online applications for its low-income housing waiting list on Monday, a process the city carries out every three years.
KCBS Cover Story: Program Offers Career Path For SF's Housing Authority ResidentsThe Department of Public Works and the San Francisco Housing Authority are teaming up to offer on-the-job training for some residents of public housing. The goal of the pre-apprentice program underway at Potrero Terrace is to offer a pathway for the resident participants - think of it as their chance to make some money and a difference.
Judge Strikes Legal Blow Against San Francisco Housing AuthorityA judge's ruling could threaten the San Francisco Housing Authority's future use of injunctions to keep people with criminal pasts away from public housing projects.
Man Shot Outside Public Housing In San Francisco’s Mission DistrictA 21-year-old man was injured in a shooting Monday night outside a public housing property in San Francisco’s Mission District, a police sergeant said.
San Francisco Public Housing Gets Free Wi-FiSan Francisco has finished installing free Wi-Fi in its public housing facilities as part of a citywide housing improvement initiative.