1 Person Arrested After Fire Damages Jimboy's Tacos Under Construction In West SacramentoA fire has damaged a fast food restaurant that is under construction in West Sacramento Tuesday morning.
More Tiny Homes For The Homeless? Sacramento County Proposal Looks To Turn Parking Lot Into Stay Safe SiteThis comes just days after county leaders approved a similar site on Power Inn Road.
Man Dies, Suspect Arrested After Shooting At North Sacramento Homeless EncampmentDetectives have arrested a suspect after a man was shot and killed at a homeless camp in North Sacramento Thursday morning.
Small Fire That Started At Fairfield Homeless Camp Causes Some Traffic On I-80Crews worked quickly to stop a fire that appears to have started at a homeless camp in Fairfield early Wednesday afternoon.
Shirley Horton, Andrew Aguiar In Custody After Fight Turns Deadly At Roseville Homeless SiteTwo people have now been arrested in connection to a fight at a temporary housing site for the homeless that resulted in Roseville's first homicide of the year, authorities announced Tuesday.
Placer County Aims To Turn Roseville Hotel Into Permanent Homeless HousingOfficials in Placer County are considering using $23.5 million from Project Homekey to turn a hotel into housing for people experiencing homelessness.
Court Ruling Could Clear Way For Removal Of Homeless Camps Along California HighwaysA new legal ruling could allow California to permanently ban homeless encampments along highway right-of-ways.
California Mayors Want $3 Billion Over 3 Years For Homeless Aid FundingSacramento's mayor and the leaders of California's 10 other largest cities have asked Gov. Gavin Newsom and the Legislature on Monday to approve $3 billion over three years in the state budget for flexible homeless funding to go directly to cities.
City Vacating Homeless Camp Near Howe Avenue And Fair Oaks BoulevardPeople living at a homeless encampment at the corner of Howe Avenue and Fair Oaks Boulevard in Sacramento are being forced out for repair work.
New Housing Community In Stockton Aims To Get Veterans Off The StreetsIn the city of Stockton, on any given night, an estimated 140 veterans are forced to sleep on the streets. On Thursday, the city celebrated a new housing community dedicated to cutting that number down.
In An About-Face, Liberal US Cities Target Homeless CampsIncreasingly in liberal cities across the country — where people living in tents in public spaces have long been tolerated — leaders are removing encampments and pushing other strict measures to address homelessness that would have been unheard of a few years ago.
Gov. Newsom Proposes Mental Health Courts For Homeless PeopleCalifornia's governor proposed a plan Thursday to offer more services to homeless people with severe mental health and addiction disorders even if that means compelling some into care, a move that many advocates of homeless people oppose as a violation of civil rights.
Sacramento Mom Attacked By Homeless Man At McKinley ParkAccording to the Sacramento Police Department, a mother was attacked by a homeless man at McKinley Park.
Safe Homeless Camping Site With Space For 60 Tents To Open At Sacramento’s Miller ParkA safe camping site for the homeless is now set to be opened at Miller Park in Sacramento, city officials say.
Sacramento City Council To Discuss 'Right To Housing' ProposalThe Sacramento city council is expected to discuss on Tuesday a new ordinance that could allow homeless people to sue the city.