Silicon Valley's Multimillion-Dollar Homes May Be Shelter For HomelessMultimillion-dollar homes butted up against homeless encampments in Mountain View may be the solution to providing shelter to the homeless.
Rio Vista Police Reunite Man Found Lost, Distressed With FamilyThe man was unable to explain who he is or where he is from but police were able to reunite him with his family Sunday afternoon.
SF-Marin Food Bank Sets Goal Of 2,000 Turkey Donations By ThanksgivingIn addition to turkeys, the food bank will distribute whole chickens and other holiday foods to its food pantry network during Thanksgiving week.
Berkeley's First Latino Mayor-Elect Is Also Its Youngest EverAt 32, Jesse Arreguin becomes the youngest and the first Latino Mayor-elect in Berkeley.
Measure A Proponents Say Parcel Tax Could End Santa Clara County HomelessnessMany elected officials from all the South Bay have expressed their support for a parcel tax for affordable housing.
San Francisco Zoning Laws Eased To Help HomelessNew changes to San Francisco's planning code are expected to make it easier for the city to construct temporary homeless shelters.
Homeless Woman Wielding Tree Branch Arrested For Alleged AttackA woman in Salinas was arrested Saturday on suspicion of attacking another woman with a tree branch.
Oakland's Homelessness Problems No Longer HiddenThere's been a drastic rise in homeless camps in Oakland and city leaders admit they're struggling to come up with a solution.
Gov. Brown Approves $2 Billion For Homeless HousingCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown has approved spending $2 billion to build permanent housing for homeless people with mental illnesses.
San Francisco Homeless Czar: "We Must Do Better"The Director of the San Francisco Department of Homelessness has heard the city's frustration and is prepared to do something about it.
Proposed San Francisco Tech Payroll Tax Would Raise Millions For HomelessnessTech companies in San Francisco have received millions of dollars in tax breaks for years, but now some city politicians want to make an exception to that rule.
Despite $241 Million Budget, SF Still Struggling With HomelessnessWith San Francisco spending nearly a quarter of a billion dollars on the homeless every year, many are asking how there are still thousands of people living on the street.