City leaders must come up with its housing element guidelines by early 2014, and one idea is being strongly considered: New housing developments would no longer be required to include affordable housing if developers pay a fee.
More than 600 homeless men and women in Auburn are seeking a roof over their head. Shop owners and neighbors agree something should be built—but they don’t want a shelter in the heart of town.
“I’ve had a fetish all my life and it’s always been under control and stuff,” he said. “I’d massage them at least, or suck them. I remember I was younger sucking toes.”
A free pet clinic for the homeless has less than a month to raise $40,000, or the service could go away.
It was early morning when it happened, so he says it never saw it coming. But he felt the impact. When we talked to Jose Barcenas, he was out of the hospital, but still had tiny shards of glass embedded in his face.
The homeless in California would legally be allowed to sit, sleep and ask for donations in public without facing criminal citations under an Assembly bill receiving its first hearing.
The city of Elk Grove is taking the first steps in a project to help the homeless in their community.
A homeless Nevada City man has been granted the first approval by the police department to camp legally after the city passed a new ordinance last month.
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.