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.
'The City Refuses To Do Any Enforcement': Sacramento Business Owner Blocks Street In Attempt To Keep Homeless OutA barricade battle is brewing over the homeless crisis after one business owner is blocking a public street in an attempt to keep the homeless out.
Man Convicted Of Sexually Assaulting Homeless Women Along American River ParkwayA homeless man who sexually assaulted three women at homeless encampments along the American River Parkway was convicted Monday of rape and other charges.
Court Ruling Clears Way For Removal Of Homeless Camps Along California HighwaysA new legal ruling could allow the state to permanently ban the homeless along highway right-of-ways.
Approval Vote Delayed On Sacramento County's First 'Safe Stay' CommunityPlans are in the works for Sacramento County's first "Safe Stay Community" at the corner of Power Inn and Florin roads, but leaders have delayed its approval vote.
Environmental Nonprofit Calls For Cleanup Of Homeless Along American River Parkway As Fire Season ApproachesAn environmental nonprofit says fires have tripled along the parkway in the last three years, and with fire season knocking on our door, they want the homeless moved out.
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.
Governor's 100-Day Housing Effort Sees 109 Homeless Housed Across 4 Communities In CaliforniaSacramento is one of four communities in which the Governor's 100-Day Challenge on Encampments took place. So far 109 people have been housed and another 229 have been put on the pathway to housing across these four communities.
City Task Force Clears Out Sacramento Homeless CampA task force comprised of Sacramento police, code enforcement and public works cleared out a homeless camp on city property in North Sacramento Thursday morning.
Sacramento City Council Votes To Put Homeless Initiative That Would Create Thousands More Shelter Beds On November BallotFewer than four days after the mass shooting that's rocked the city, the Sacramento City Council held a hastily-called special meeting as a group of fed-up neighbors pushed for a ballot initiative to get homeless people off the streets. We're getting answers on why this unusual meeting was held and why some councilmembers are questioning the timing.
Homeless Hero Lauded For Protecting Young Ladies During Sacramento Shooting Details What HappenedThat man, Tim Langer, is now speaking out on his act of heroism and details what happened when he protected a man's daughter and her friends when gunfire erupted.
Father Says Homeless Man Saved Daughter And Her Friends During Sacramento ShootingTwo days after the Sacramento shooting, a father says his daughter and her friends are alive today because a homeless man named Tim shielded them from the gunfire.
'It's A Safety Concern': Homeless Encampments Expand Into Sacramento Streets, Neighbors Say More Needs To Be DoneTrash, shopping carts and suitcases taking over downtown Sacramento is nothing new, but some residents say the city isn't doing enough to address the problem.
'Progress Is Slow, But It Happens': Homeless Program In Sacramento Provides Jobs, New HopeA pilot program in Sacramento is cleaning the streets and giving the homeless work – and a second chance.
Cars, Garbage Catch Fire In Sacramento Homeless Camp BlazeCrews have put out a homeless encampment fire that resulted in garbage and multiple vehicles catching fire Thursday afternoon.