Woman Says She Doesn't Feel Safe In Subsidized Chicago Home, Especially After Chunk Of Ceiling Fell On Son's HeadWith the ceiling cracking and crumbling, a Chicago family living in subsidized housing said they do not feel safe in their own home.
Family Of Deceased CHA Resident Say Items Were Stolen, Thrown Out From Apartment"Flat screen TVs, Apple computer, iPad, those are the things that could have monetary value."
Affordable Housing Development Opens On Chicago's North SideThe building provides affordable housing for nearly 150 Chicago Housing Authority residents.
When Pot Is Legal, CHA Residents Won't Be Able To Light Up"It's totally unfair to say one sector can do something and public housing people can't."
Volunteers Give Out 7,500 Coats Ahead Of WinterThe program is sponsored by the non-profit Operation Warm and the Chicago Housing Authority.
Last Of Cabrini Green Row Houses Slated To Come DownOnce a troubled corner of Chicago, the area that was once home to the Cabrini Green housing project has changed drastically over the years.
Rat Holes In Edgewater Give Residents Sinking Feeling"There's children playing on this property. There's children that walk up and down the street and the alleys behind here."
She Left Robert Taylor Homes For 'Permanent' Residence; Now CHA Says She Has To MoveKelly King saw it as a promise of a permanent home, but the Chicago Housing Authority said “permanent” didn’t mean she would never move again.
Alderman And Housing Advocates Push For New Protections For SeniorsFed up with a lack of protection afforded by the city to seniors who live in Chicago Public Housing -controlled dwellings, North Side Alderman Harry Osterman is unveiling an ordinance to help the elderly take more control over their homes.
CHA Seniors File Discrimination Lawsuit Over Lack Of Bathroom Grab BarsA group of senior citizens say they are done waiting for the Chicago Housing Authority to install grab bars in their bathrooms.
Networking Event Tailored To CHA College StudentsSome recruiters came prepared to offer internships and jobs, others financial support through scholarships and grants. The organizations ranged from accountants to conglomerates to banks to the Chicago Bulls.
Amid Cold Snap, Some CHA Residents Are BoilingSomething's a little off at the Judge Slater Senior Apartments. It's so warm in some rooms, residents are opening windows. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
CHA CEO's Son Arrested In MurderEugene Jones -- son of CHA CEO Eugene Jones Jr. -- is accused of fatally shooting an 18-year-old man over the weekend in Indianapolis.
Public Housing Teen Goes From Caddy To College-BoundAmong them is Julissa Andino of Humboldt Park, who learned how to caddy to qualify for a scholarship. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
CHA To Celebrate Housing Benchmark, But Critics Say It's Behind ScheduleCritics are still asking questions about whether the CHA is hoarding money, instead of providing more units.