Sacramento County May Open Shelter Serving Just Homeless YouthSacramento County may soon offer specific services for homeless youth, including food, shelter, counseling, and basic health screening.
As Homeless Shelter Changes Owners, Fight Brews Over What's InsideSome community members are questioning what's being taken, claiming some items should stay put.
Elk Grove Considering Tiny Houses For HomelessThe thorny question will be where would the homes go as neighbors are likely to complain if they get too close.
Homeless Man Gets Year Of Free Wings After Finding Rude Note On CheckA Buffalo Wild Wings in Louisiana is stepping up to help the local homeless after one of their servers allegedly left a vulgar note on a customer's receipt.
City's Homeless Plan Could Include Creating 2 More SheltersSacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg announced the city's temporary shelter will remain open through the summer and plans for three pop-up tents.
Proposed Homeless Hospice Draws Criticism From NeighborsHer grandson died on the streets homeless. Now she's made it her mission to help the homeless in their final days with Joshua's House.
Midtown Residents Complain About Homeless As Restroom Access Remains ProblemMidtown residents say they’re fed up with the homeless in their community. Now, they’re asking the city to take action.
Mayors Make Pitch For Homeless Help In CaliforniaThe state would allocate $1.5 billion in state funding, and collectively, the cities would match that amount, creating a $3 billion pool.
Judge Halts Sutter County No-Camping Ordinance, For NowSutter County must now allow homeless residents who have set up camps along the Feather River and other locations to stay. At least temporarily.
Some Homeless In California Motels May Get Stays ExtendedThe 30-day motel vouchers expired starting last Friday in Orange County.
Woman With Big Heart Says Her SUV Was Stolen By Homeless House GuestA military veteran with a big heart was swindled for helping a homeless woman.
Hospice Shelter For Homeless Opening In SacramentoA Sacramento woman is helping terminally-ill people who live on the streets die with dignity. It’ll be the West Coast’s first hospice shelter and would provide a safe and pleasant space for the terminally ill to spend their last days.