Former Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne Leaves HUD's Fort Worth Office To Run For CongressFormer Irving mayor Beth Van Duyne has left her post at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development's office in Fort Worth.
City Of Dallas May Have To Repay Millions To HUD After Misspending Highlighted In AuditThe Office of Inspector General's Report found the city hasn't effectively managed its community housing development organizations.
HUD Proposal Could Raise Rents For Poor By 20-PercentThat rent increase is about six times greater than the growth in average hourly earnings, putting the poorest workers at an increased risk of homelessness.
HUD Inspector General Audit Criticizes Dallas, Requests Repayment of $4.2 MillionThe city of Dallas says it's working with HUD after the federal housing agency's inspector general released a very critical audit of a city program that rebuilt more than a dozen houses.
Houston Mayor: Recovery From Harvey Not Fast EnoughThousands of people still need help as they continue living either in hotels or in damaged homes, said Mayor Sylvester Turner.
Texas To Receive Nearly $58 Million In Federal Housing Funds In Wake Of HarveyHUD hopes Texas can begin meeting unmet housing needs in 13 Harvey-affected counties by mid-December.
Former Irving Mayor Named Regional Administrator For HUDBeth Van Duyne will oversee HUD programs in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.
Next Up In The Senate: Dr. Ben Carson, Slated For HUD VoteA vote is scheduled Thursday on President Donald Trump's choice to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and approval is expected.
President-Elect Trump Chooses Dr. Ben Carson To Be Housing SecretaryPresident-elect Donald Trump has chosen former campaign rival Dr. Ben Carson to be the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Federal Government Estimating Number Of Homeless PeopleThe federal government is estimating the number of homeless people nationwide. The Department of Housing and Urban Development will announce state-by-state figures Thursday.
Couple Loses Home To Bank They Thought Was Helping ThemElizabeth and David Ball have 21 years of memories at their Grapevine home. Elizabeth recalled the time her kids learned how to ride a bike or where they skateboarded. Every street corner has memories, but they don’t have their home.