The idea differs from Homeless Haven, a community built by activists as an experiment to keep the homeless population out of city parks. The tent city closed after more than a year in November 2013 after officials said it was too successful and attracted more homeless people to the area.
A local pastor has a new message to preach after spending 14 days sleeping on the streets of Sacramento.
A pastor for one of the largest congregations in the region is hitting the streets on a mission.
They say attempted break-ins and violence involving the homeless camping out behind their homes seem to be escalating.
Authorities will examine the torn clothing of a homeless man to determine whether a mountain lion mauled him at his Southern California encampment.
Neighbors say their Folsom streets have turned into a homeless hang out, and a ministry meant to help them is not helping.
A Modesto father humbly asked for help after a house fire left his family homeless. After CBS13 told the man’s story, viewers pitched in to save Christmas for him and his children.
Fire crews were able to save several homeless occupants staying in an abandoned south Sacramento building that caught fire early Saturday morning.
Panhandling in Placer County has gotten so bad that sheriff’s deputies are asking people to stop giving.
A San Francisco woman has a refreshing idea to help the homeless: Portable showers on old city buses.
Phoenix Triton King, 20, and the teen, whose name was not released because she is a minor, were found around the Friends of the Dunes nature center in Arcata after an intense manhunt.
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.