A Housing Solution Success Story: Nonprofits Buy Buildings To Prevent DisplacementIt’s a San Francisco success story: nonprofits are increasingly buying buildings citywide to prevent displacement of rent controlled tenants.
'Curbside Communities': Settling The Last FrontierThey’re commonly referred to as homeless encampments, but Mavin Carter-Griffin would prefer you call them “curbside communities.”
Activists Take Over San Francisco Mayor's Office Seeking Affordable Senior HousingMore than 100 demonstrators, many of them senior citizens, crowded into Mayor London Breed’s office Wednesday, saying they wouldn’t leave until she agreed to meet with them.
Permanent Mailing Address Service Provides Window Of Opportunity For HomelessOne nonprofit is providing mailing addresses for the homeless in San Jose and it’s helping some of them find permanent housing.
San Jose Isn't Exempt From State Affordable Housing Law, Court RulesAn appellate court ruled on Tuesday that the city of San Jose is not exempt from complying with the Surplus Land Act.
Presidential Candidate Tom Steyer Serves Breakfast, Discusses Housing Plan In San FranciscoBillionaire 2020 presidential candidate Tom Steyer was in San Francisco Tuesday to serve up breakfast at Glide Memorial Church and discuss his plan to tackle homelessness and housing.
Embarcadero Homeless Navigation Center Opponents Lose Again In CourtOpponents of a new navigation center for the homeless along San Francisco's Embarcadero have lost again in court.
Pregnant Homeless Women Struggle To Find Shelter On Bay Area Streets"Homeless" and "pregnant" are two words that shouldn't go together, but sadly they often do. They describe a portion of the homeless population that is hidden by design.
22 Arrested As Oakland Police Dismantle Homeless Protest EncampmentA makeshift encampment in front of Oakland's City Hall was dismantled early Monday and 22 protesters arrested, ending a weekend protest over housing and homelessness in the East Bay city.
Silicon Valley Visitors See Growing Homeless Camp Along Guadalupe River Upon ArrivalThe ever-growing homeless encampment along the Guadalupe River is often the first thing many Silicon Valley visitors see when they land at Mineta San Jose International Airport.
State Insurance Commissioner Demands Action From Companies Over Wildfire Non-RenewalsThe state insurance commissioner is taking action after a KPIX report revealed thousands of homeowners in high-risk fire areas are losing their insurance coverage.
Dozens Say Taxpayer-Funded Housing Program Isn't WorkingBay Area Community Services (BACS) is the largest housing solutions program in the Bay Area and it's largely funded by tens of millions of taxpayer dollars. But dozens of people say they're back out on the street because of BACS.
Atherton Stays Most Expensive Zip Code In U.S.; 55 Bay Area Zip Codes In Top 125The wealthy Peninsula enclave of Atherton held on to its top spot as the nation's most expensive zip code.
Video Shows Apparent Close Call During Vallco Mall Demolition In CupertinoDramatic video of a mall wall collapsing during a demolition job in Cupertino appears to show falling debris just missing construction workers and passing cars.
San Francisco Residents To Rally Against Evictions Of Aging Local Actor, Popular CafeNeighbors in North Beach are rallying to oppose two-high profile evictions, one of an aging local celebrity and the other of a popular corner cafe.