Assemblywoman Wants To Create State Office To End HomelessnessHomelessness is an issue that plagues many cities across California, and one Assemblymember has a plan to end that problem.
US Homeless Population Rose 2.7% In 2019, Driven By A Surge In California, HUD SaysThe homeless population in the US increased 2.7% this year largely because of a surge in unsheltered and chronically homeless individuals in California, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) said in a news release Friday.
Survey: Californians Support More Homeless SheltersA new statewide survey has found that most Californians support the concept of a law that would require local governments to build more shelters.
Audit Shows California Fails To Adequately Identify, Support Homeless StudentsAn audit released by the California State Auditor on Thursday showed that the California Department of Education and local education agencies (LEAs) fail to identify and support students experiencing homelessness.
Group Of SF Neighbors, Frustrated With City Inaction, Use Boulders To Keep Homeless AwayA group of San Francisco neighbors came up with their own solution after they said the city wouldn't help them with the local homeless and drug dealer population.
Tuff Shed Village Constructed For Homeless In Yuba CityConstruction on 20 tiny home sheds began Tuesday in Yuba City.
Sacramento Hair Salon Owner Says Homeless Crisis Is Forcing Her Out Of TownA Sacramento hair salon owner says the homeless crisis is forcing her to move her business after 15 years.
Lodi Holds Town Hall Meeting Looking For Solutions To Homeless ProblemThe city of Lodi held a town hall meeting Monday to come up with solutions to their homeless problem.
Sacramento Considers City-Sanctioned Homeless Parking LotsThe city could open them up as “safe zone lots” for homeless to park in overnight.
Thieves Steal Truck Storing Cots For The HomelessDozens of homeless people are facing a new challenge after a local organization's truck that stored dozens of cots for them to sleep on was stolen.
Three Sacramento Women Representing Team USA At The Homeless World CupThree Sacramento women will soon be representing Team USA in this year's Homeless World Cup.
Homeless Forced Out By Garden Highway Construction Project Moving Into NeighborhoodsPeople living in South Natomas say the homeless population seems to have grown, overnight. Now we're learning it's because of a major construction project in the Lower Natomas Basin.
Stockton Firefighters Overwhelmed By Homeless Camp FiresFirefighters in Stockton say they're getting overwhelmed. Not with fires at homes or businesses, but with so-called "junk fires."
American River Homeless Crews Work To Clean Up TrashNow that homeless camps are permitted in the area of the American River, some say the problem is growing, but it's actually the homeless community working to clean it up.
Congressman Harder Co-Sponsors Bill To Tackle Homelessness In Central ValleyCongressman Josh Harder visited a homeless encampment in Modesto to tell CBS13 about a new bill he co-sponsored to address the “root causes” of the crisis.