Intractable San Francisco Homeless Problem Decades In The MakingIt's a problem that has vexed San Francisco for nearly 35 years. After six mayors and at least a dozen different plans, there are still thousands of people living on city streets.
San Francisco's Proposed Tent City Law Heads To November BallotVoters will decide the fate of an initiative by San Francisco Supervisor Mark Farrell to allow authorities to remove a homeless encampment.
San Jose Family Helps Homeless Relocate Then Cleans Up Downtrodden Pedestrian TunnelA San Jose family helped homeless residents living in a pedestrian tunnel relocate and is now cleaning up the downtrodden tunnel.
San Francisco To Roll Out 6 New Homeless Navigation CentersSan Francisco plans to roll out six new navigation centers to aid the homeless in the city's neighborhoods.
San Francisco Homeless Drenched With Sprinklers Outside Auction HouseHomeless people in a San Francisco neighborhood say an auction house drenched them with sprinklers in an effort to drive them away.
Homeless Man Brutally Tortured Over 3-Day Period In San Francisco's Golden Gate ParkA 66-year-old man who was allegedly brutally beaten over a three-day period by two men before being drowned in a lake in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park has been identified as Stephen Williams, according to the city’s medical examiner.
Man Caught On Camera Opening Fire On Homeless Man In BerkeleySurveillance video released by Berkeley police today shows a shooting suspect at a downtown Berkeley car wash open fire on a homeless man across the street last week.
San Francisco Mayor Lee Outlines New Strategy On HomelessnessMayor Ed Lee is pitching his latest plan to end homelessness to people who live on San Francisco's streets, while also warning that setting up tents is not a long-term solution.
San Francisco Declares Homeless State Of EmergencyIn the aftermath of floods, tornadoes, earthquakes a state of emergency usually means immediate cash for a sudden crisis.
More Homeless Tents In San Francisco Despite Mayor's Call For RemovalTent encampments are now very much a part of San Francisco but how those tents keep popping up around the city comes to many as a surprise.
Graffiti Taggers Attack Homeless Woman In San JoseTagging has always been an eyesore, but it became downright dangerous for a woman in San Jose.
Cafe Owner Shows Homeless Man Job Instead Of The DoorSan Francisco’s growing homeless problem has many wondering how they can help, and a café owner in Minneapolis found a way when he showed a man a job instead of the door.

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