Homeless Woman's Death In Sacramento Being Investigated As HomicideA police homicide investigation is underway after a woman was found dead in Sacramento.
Survey: Sacramento Homeless Tents Double Since 2019A new report has found that the number of homeless tents in Sacramento County has doubled since 2019.
Homeless Encampments Cause Concern For Local Businesses As Sacramento Shelters Reach CapacityBusinesses in midtown Sacramento tell CBS13 they’re concerned for their employees and customers as a homeless encampment continues to grow along 15th street between H and I streets.
Sacramento Applies For Funding To Convert Downtown Motel Into Homeless HousingA downtown Sacramento motel is one step closer to being converted into permanent housing for the homeless.
Sacramento City Council Applies For $35M In Homekey Funds To Buy Hotel For Homeless FamiliesA hotel in north Natomas will soon become a shelter for the homeless. On Tuesday afternoon, Sacramento city council members agreed to submit an application for $35 million in funding for the new Vista Nueva project.
Caltrans Clearing Out 9 More Homeless Encampments In SacramentoThe removal of homeless camps in Sacramento by Caltrans has drawn criticism from a local leader who says the agency's actions aren't solving any problems.
More Sacramento Homeless Campsite Sweeps Planned On MondayMore homeless campsite sweeps are planned for Monday in Sacramento.
'We Have To Keep The Kids Safe': Little League Protests Proposed Homeless Site Near Field In SacramentoOne local little league is trading in their balls and bats for posters and loudspeakers. They're protesting a proposed homeless site near their home field.
Sacramento Little League Outraged Over Proposed Homeless Site Near FieldIf you are standing at the Airport Little League Baseball field, you can see abandoned RV’s, piles of trash, and remnants of encampments in the area.
Draft Horses Pull Homeless Junk From Sacramento CreekIt’s a first-of-its-kind cleanup in a Sacramento creek overrun with homeless debris. This week, draft horses were working to haul the garbage out of Steelhead Creek.
California Agency Didn't Properly Distribute COVID Relief Funds For Homeless, Audit FindsAfter receiving $316 million under the federal CARES Act to reduce the impact of COVID-19 on unhoused people, the California Department of Housing and Community Development “did not take critical steps to ensure those funds promptly benefited that population,” the state auditor's office said in a report.