• Cosmetology School To Provide Housing

    A cosmetology school in Yucca is teaching it’s students that physical beauty is only part of its mission. Soon it will become a safe haven for homeless students and victims of abuse, something that Elite Cosmetology student Ashley Gaona says she knows all too well. “I am no longer afraid, I am a victim of […]

  • Proposed Bill to Allow Homeless College Students to Sleep in Campus Parking Lots

    The typical college student worries about getting the right classes, landing internships and passing their finals, but some students worry about where they will sleep. A proposed piece of legislation in the state Capitol wants to open-up parking lots at community colleges to allows homeless students to sleep inside their cars overnight. Áres Flores is […]

  • Microsoft pledges $500M to tackle Seattle housing crisis

    Microsoft pledged $500 million to address homelessness and develop affordable housing in response to the Seattle region’s widening affordability gap. Most of the money will be aimed at increasing housing options in the Puget Sound region for low- and middle-income workers at a time when they’re being priced out of Seattle and some of its […]

  • Indio Family Claims Unjust Tenancy Termination

    Several tenants at Vintage Palm Apartments in Indio claim the new management is mistreating the long-time residents, with at least one family’s tenancy terminated. Jose Montelongo raised his family in one of the units at the Indio apartments. He and his wife are now being asked to leave and he is desperate to find a […]

  • Ben Carson moves to roll back Obama-era fair housing rule

    Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson is taking new steps to roll back an Obama-era rule intended to combat housing segregation. On Monday, the Trump administration formally began the process of revamping a 2015 rule that required cities and towns to examine historic patterns of segregation and create plans to combat it, or lose […]

  • California Becomes First State to Mandate Solar Panels

    When it comes to environmental issues California likes to lead. Once again the state is making history by becoming the first in the nation to require new homes built after 2020 to have solar panels. The California Energy Commission passed the policy unanimously to reduce greenhouse gases. The commission says in three years this will […]

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