When Michigan families face housing hardship, it affects more than just them. Here’s how.
A downtown development project in Sault Ste. Marie is bringing back a historic building. That’s a trend throughout the state.
In 2020, Michigan Supreme Court Justice Elizabeth Welch warned of a "tsunami" of evictions coming after the pandemic. That tsunami is poised to hit.
After working in housing, planning and development for the state’s largest city, Arthur Jemison will lend his expertise to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.
With rent assistance disappearing and eviction moratoriums set to end, Michigan braces for an eviction crisis. At the height of winter. During a pandemic.
Local organizations are exceeding capacity to help Michigan families find shelter from the cold and the coronavirus.
The order can help thousands of Michiganders to keep their homes.