California Voters May Be Asked To Steer Homeless To ServicesCalifornia voters could decide next year whether to create new county courts to steer homeless people to mental health and drug addiction treatment programs.
EPA Issues Violation Notice To San Francisco Over Needles, Human WasteThe Trump administration ratcheted up its feud with California on Wednesday as the Environmental Protection Agency issued a notice accusing San Francisco of violating the federal Clean Water Act.
Anti-Homeless Boulders Removed From San Francisco StreetThe large boulders that mysteriously appeared on a San Francisco street meant to drive away homeless tents and drug dealing were trucked away by the city on Monday.
'Boulder Battle' In Response To Homeless Crisis Continues On San Francisco StreetThere is no end in sight over the battle of large boulders in one San Francisco neighborhood in response to homelessness and drug use.
EPA: San Francisco's 'Homeless Crisis' Impacting Water QualityFederal environmental officials fired another salvo Thursday in their growing dispute with California, sending a warning letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom, claiming the homeless crisis in San Francisco and Los Angeles was impacting the state's water quality.
SF Supervisor Matt Haney Pushes For Emergency Plan To Cope With Opioid CrisisA San Francisco supervisor has unveiled his emergency action plan to fight the sweeping opioid crisis.
Mountain View Leaders Pass RV Ban On Streets Despite Plea From ResidentsDespite a passionate plea from residents, Mountain View city council members passed a ban Tuesday night on oversized vehicles on most "narrow" streets as well as streets with designated bike lanes.
Fed Up SF Neighbors Put Boulders Along Sidewalk To Drive Away Homeless EncampmentLarge boulders have been placed along the sidewalk on the 200 block of a quiet street called Clinton Park. Neighbors say before the rocks, the sidewalk was crowded with tents and meth dealing, and drug use went on all night long.
San Francisco Mayor Announces New Tool To Track Available Treatment BedsSan Francisco's Department of Public Health has unveiled a new online tool that aims to help homeless people seeking treatment for substance use or mental disorders, Mayor London Breed announced Tuesday.
SF Judges Denies Neighbors' Attempt To Stop Construction On Waterfront Homeless Navigation CenterConstruction on the Embarcadero Homeless Navigation Center can continue after a San Francisco judge, on Monday, denied a temporary restraining order on the project brought by neighbors.
Fire Breaks Out Near San Francisco Homeless Encampment, Tech Bus Parking LotA fire broke out between a homeless encampment and tech bus storage facility in San Francisco early Friday morning.
Trump Accuses San Francisco Of Environmental Violations Due To Homeless PopulationPresident Donald Trump says the Environmental Protection Agency will be "putting out a notice" of violations in San Francisco related to its homeless population.
Suspect In San Francisco Condo Attack To Be Held On All Charges, Judge RulesA homeless man accused of attacking a woman outside her apartment building in San Francisco's South Beach neighborhood last month will be held on all charges, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Mobile Hygiene Trailers Bring Showers, Washers To Alameda Co. Homeless SheltersThe city of Fremont hopes a new trailer can restore just a little bit of human dignity to those living on the street.
Breed Announces Expansion Of Division Circle Homeless Navigation CenterSan Francisco Mayor London Breed announced on Monday the city's Division Circle Navigation Center will be able to serve more of the city's homeless after adding 60 new beds.