KQED aims to tell the story of how California got into a housing affordability crisis by exploring the history and regional policies of the Bay Area. We want to know how marginalized residents are affected.

Protesters hold candles in front of a projection that says, "no evictions on stolen land."

Out of Time: California Legislators Fail to Extend Eviction Protections

Advocates with posters demonstrate outside San Francisco City Hall.

'Lives Are on the Line': Advocates Call on SF to Keep Hotels Open for Unhoused Residents

Woman in baseball cap and mask, holding clipboard, leans over to talk to man in baseball cap near two ambulances parked on a street.

'Whole Person Care': A Major Shift in Medi-Cal's Scope Targets Those Most in Need

Two men wearing masks and sweatshirts pose between two parked vehicles.

For Many Lower-Income Tahoe Residents, Losing a Home to Fire Could Mean Never Coming Back

CDC Issues New Eviction Moratorium for Most of the Country Through Early October

How California Is Trying to Slow the Pace of Evictions After Federal Protections End This Week

'A Saving Grace': Fresno Converts Motels Into Affordable Housing

Jay Young wears a black hoodie while posing for a photo, as they sit in a park in San Francisco.

For Unhoused LGBTQ Youth in San Francisco, a Spare Room Becomes a Lifeline

'I Can't Abandon This Community': Months After CZU Fires, Survivors Struggle to Rebuild

KQED's Housing Desk is supported by a grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.