Many residents say they are in unlivable situations following the ice storms but one resident said her apartment is livable and management is forcing her out.
A Facebook fundraiser for The Other Ones Foundation has raised over $30,000 to help house Austin's homeless population after Proposition B passed.
Tovo's resolution outlines an approach with a proposal to create campsites with security, lighting, restrooms, and storage.
Property tax notices are out and a lot of people are surprised by how much valuations have increased.
Dianna Grey took the homeless strategy officer job three months ago in Austin. She said a lot has already begun to transpire since day one.
On Wednesday, Waterloo Terrace became one of the many communities in Austin trying to bridge the gap when it comes to affordable housing in the city.
Residents at a Round Rock affordable housing complex have just days to find new homes after being told to vacate due to damage from the winter storm.
The eviction moratoriums protect tenants who are struggling to pay rent due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rebecca Thomas talks to Lynn Meredith, the summit chair, about the different recommendations Austin has been giving to change its approach to homelessness.
Residents at the Mt. Carmel Village Apartments have gone since February without gas and now are being told to leave due to a broken water line.
Residents at the Mueller Flats apartments say they are still dealing with water damage in their homes from the winter storm which has led to mold.
That includes 62-year-old veteran Phillip Hooker, who says he was without water for over a week, and he has now been without hot water for 18 days.
Dozens gathered to protest the proposed purchase with community members audibly voicing with chants of “no to Candlewood” filling the sidewalk.
The Texas Bungalows Hotel and Suites will soon be transformed into supportive housing for Austin's homeless.
Travis County Judge Andy Brown, Austin Mayor Steve Adler, and other local leaders announced an extension of the eviction moratorium and additional rental assistance services.
City councilmembers approved the purchase of a hotel in District 7 but chose to delay the vote on the second hotel in District 6.
The California eviction moratorium currently expires on January 31. Some people are losing housing despite the moratorium, and others who can't pay are harassed by landlords.
The Dexter Apartments in South Austin experienced a gas leak, according to property management.
Mayor Steve Adler and the Housing Authority of the City of Austin announced Friday two new resources to aid the homeless currently residing in temporary shelters and to build and finance new housing for the homeless.
Sarah Duzinski with the Ending Community Homeless Coalition joins Rebecca Thomas on FOX 7 Austin to talk about why Austin's Point in Time count will not be happening this year.