An early morning along Highway 99 in south Sacramento is still smoldering.
Many California homeless people may soon get cell phones for next to nothing thanks to a federally-funded program set for approval by the Public Utilities Commission.
A police chief says he’s found a one-of-a-kind way to manage a growing problem in his city, and it’s putting the homeless on the hot seat.
A homeless shelter in Roseville has closed its doors, leaving 60-people on the street and a dozen employees without jobs.
The Gathering Inn in Roseville is the only year-round overnight shelter between Sacramento and Reno, but it might be forced to close down without a lot of cash to keep it open.
It’s just a dirt road now, but soon it will be lined with tents and become the home for about 60 homeless people.
For America’s big cities: the people who are supposed to have, need to have, and claim to have all the answers simply don’t have a clue.
Officers gave homeless campers about a month’s notice to vacate a stretch of Church Street in Stockton, and police moved in on Wednesday to move out the camp.
The city of Sacramento could be facing an unexpected bill for hundreds of thousands of dollars to reimburse hundreds of Sacramento’s homeless, whose personal things were seized and destroyed.
Police in Yuba City have served eviction notices to over 100 homeless people who live along the Feather River as the city moves forward with building a park there.
Diane Williams has not had many good moments in recent months, but that’s about to change thanks to one CBS13 viewer.
An independent consultant was expected to present his findings Tuesday after investigating the death of a mentally ill homeless man after a violent confrontation with police.