Now Released From Federal Control, Gary Housing Authority Has Grand Plan To Improve City's Public HousingA new chapter has begun for Gary, Indiana.
Facebook Charged With Housing Discrimination By HUDHUD said that Facebook is allowing advertisers to exclude people based on their neighborhood by drawing a red line around those neighborhoods on a map and giving advertisers the option of showing ads only to men or only to women.
Illinois Public Housing Agencies Receive $2.7M In HUD GrantsCoordinators connect residents to programs and services that exist in the community to help them find employment, job training or educational opportunities.
Illinois Public Housing Agencies Receive $2.7M In HUD GrantsPublic housing authorities across Illinois are receiving a combined $2.7 million in federal grants to help residents find jobs and become more financially independent.
Illinois Cities Getting Federal Funds To Help People Find Quality HousingHUD counseling money will go to Carlinville, Chicago, Grayslake, Joliet and Springfield.
Carson Defends Delay In LGBTQ Homeless ProtectionsLBGTQ advocacy group GLAAD slammed Carson's comments calling them "derogatory myths."
2 Investigators: Feds Pump Millions Into Building Where Boy Fell From Sixth-Floor WindowThe privately owned Parkway Gardens has been hit with several city building code violations, CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
City Conducts Homeless CountThe Department of Family and Support Services started the “point-in-time” count at 8 p.m. Thursday and was expected to wrap up overnight.
Radio Personality Sues Realty Company For Housing DiscriminationRadio personality George Wilborn and his family filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the realty company that represented a white Bridgeport couple who refused to sell their home to the black couple.
Homeless Advocates Protest New Rules For Federal AidIt's bad enough not having a place to sleep every night, now things could soon get worse, with homeless people having to prove they don't have a place to live to get federal assistance. But advocates for the homeless plan to go to Washington, D.C., to try to bring a halt to new federal rules and stop the red tape before it starts.
Seniors Join Occupy Chicago To Protest Safety Net Program CutsA large group of seniors joined Occupy Chicago protesters at Federal Plaza Monday morning for a lively protest.