Activists Want Sanctioned Camp For Homeless San Jose State StudentsIt's not the kind of thing you'd expect to see on a college campus, but some students at San Jose State are asking for a place on school grounds to pitch their tents.
State Auditor: California Doing A Poor Job On HomelessnessThe California state auditor's report released Thursday says the state has about 134,000 homeless people, about 24 percent of the nation's total homeless population.
Santa Rosa Homeless Camp Cleared To Build HousingAfter weeks of legal battles, on Thursday almost 100 people living in a Santa Rosa homeless encampment are being told to pack up.
Antioch Officials Announce Plan To Clear Homeless EncampmentCity officials in Antioch are telling those squatting in a homeless encampment that they have to move because there are too many people living there.
SF Mission School Considers Opening Gym To Homeless StudentsA school in San Francisco's Mission District is considering a first-of-its-kind plan to tackle the growing housing crisis and help its students and their families who are struggling to find a place to live.
RV Dwellers Near Berkeley Marina Face EvictionsDozens of people living in RVs along the Berkeley waterfront are being told to pack up and leave. But many say they have nowhere else to go.
Cisco Systems Gives $50M To Address HomelessnessCisco Systems Inc. is donating $50 million to address homelessness in Santa Clara County and is encouraging other Silicon Valley companies to also step up.
SJSU Students Work To Convert Old School Bus Into Dwelling For HomelessAn old school bus was headed for the scrap heap, but a team of industrial tech students at San Jose State University are repurposing it into a tiny house for the homeless.
Kindness Reunites 67-Year-Old Homeless Man With Birth MotherThanks to an act of kindness by an Alameda County Sheriff's Deputy, a 67-year-old man living on the street in the East Bay was recently able to meet his birth mother in a reunion 65 years in the making.
U.S. Judge Orders Release Of Homeless Man Who Couldn't Pay $330K BailA homeless man who couldn't afford $330,000 bail while awaiting trial on burglary and auto theft charges has been released from a San Francisco jail on the order of a federal judge in the city.
LA Officer Who Fatally Shot Unarmed Homeless Man Won't Face Criminal ChargesLos Angeles prosecutors won't criminally charge an officer who fatally shot an unarmed man, despite police chief's recommendation to do so.
San Francisco Hospital Opens Locked Ward For Mentally Ill And HomelessNew hospital beds for San Francisco's mentally ill and homeless are in a locked facility, renewing a debate on California's commitment laws.