Evictions

Kansas City Bans Smoking Inside Public Housing Apartments

Smokers have six months to quit

Evictions Are Still Hurting Communities of Color

Research points to an under-reported trend of evictions in urban areas

Where Do San Francisco's Evicted Go?

In San Francisco a loophole in California law is allowing speculators to push residents out of their apartments. The question is, where do they go?

What Tech Startup CEO Greg Gopman Doesn't Know About SF's 'Degenerates' He Insulted

How’s about that “open discussion” you wanted, Greg Gopman?

San Francisco Chinese Family Loses Their Eviction Fight

The family didn’t go without a fight.

Prominent San Francisco Artist René Yañez Faces Eviction After 30 Years in the Mission

A campaign is building to help save an artist’s longtime home.

San Francisco Chinese Couple Wins Eviction Reprieve

Can an elderly Chinese couple and a galvanized community take on San Francisco’s tech-driven gentrification?

Elderly Chinese Couple Takes On San Francisco's Tech-Driven Gentrifiers

The tech-industry-driven rent explosion has radically shifted the San Francisco housing market.

Low Wage Group Facing Eviction As University of Maryland Expands

The group United Workers says their landlord has given them a 30-day eviction notice to vacate the property.