New CA Law Limits Neighbors' Ability To Appeal Navigation CentersEffective immediately in certain zoned areas, people in California cannot appeal a decision to build a homeless navigation center.
Santa Rosa Presses On With Plan To Remove Homeless EncampmentsLike so many Bay Area cities, Santa Santa Rosa is grappling with more and more people living on the streets. Amid protests, the city has cleared several homeless encampments. Now more are slated for July.
San Leandro's 'April Showers' Homeless Program Needs A New HomeIn San Leandro, the homeless assistance program "April Showers" is about to become homeless itself.
San Francisco Port Commission Approves Embarcadero Navigation CenterThe San Francisco Port Commission unanimously voted to approve the operation of a temporary SAFE Navigation Center on a portion of Seawall Lot 330 in the Embarcadero.
Oakland To Invest Millions In 'Tuff Shed' Program To Help House HomelessHousing homeless people in backyard sheds sounds extreme, but Oakland officials say the exploding crisis calls for extreme ideas.
Proposed Homeless Shelter On SF Embarcadero Sparks Dueling Online CampaignsThere are currently competing GoFundMe campaigns in which people have given tens of thousands of dollars either in support of- or opposition to a massive homeless shelter on the San Francisco waterfront.
Berkeley To Turn Old City Hall Into Homeless ShelterThe Berkeley City Council voted to convert the old city hall building into an emergency homeless shelter, and the decision has prompted mixed reactions from locals. 
Alameda Neighbors Take Stand Against Planned Homeless ShelterNeighbors outraged over a plan to turn an Alameda federal building into housing for the homeless voiced their opposition at a Monday night planning board meeting
Homeless Shelter Proposed for Alameda Opposed by NIMBY NeighborsA proposal for a homeless facility in Alameda, on prime waterfront land that’s ripe for development is not sitting well with some of the island’s residents.
Old SJ City Hall Annex Sparks Debate About City's Homeless CrisisHomeless advocates, including San Jose city councilman Johnny Khamis, accuse the city of not taking the homeless crisis seriously enough. 
San Jose Moves Forward With High-Rise Homeless ShelterSouth Bay officials are considering a new housing idea to help the homeless that would place those in need in a downtown high rise.