EPA: California Homelessness Causing Poor Water QualityThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says California is falling short on preventing water pollution.
Group Of SF Neighbors, Frustrated With City Inaction, Use Boulders To Keep Homeless AwayA group of San Francisco neighbors came up with their own solution after they said the city wouldn't help them with the local homeless and drug dealer population.
Trump Says He Will Do 'Something' About HomelessnessPresident Donald Trump began a California visit on Tuesday, saying he will do "something" about homelessness but offering no specifics beyond the mention of creating a task force.
Tuff Shed Village Constructed For Homeless In Yuba CityConstruction on 20 tiny home sheds began Tuesday in Yuba City.
Bill That Would Allow Homeless Students To Sleep In Cars Overnight At California Community Colleges Passes CommitteeCalifornia community colleges are one-step closer to possibly needing to start providing special parking for homeless students who live in their cars.
San Joaquin County Leaders and Residents Discuss Solutions to Homeless ProblemA group of people who say trash and other debris from homeless encampments along the Calaveras River in Stockton is creating dangers to health and public safety were in attendance.
Sacramento Hair Salon Owner Says Homeless Crisis Is Forcing Her Out Of TownA Sacramento hair salon owner says the homeless crisis is forcing her to move her business after 15 years.
Bill Could Require Community Colleges To Provide Overnight Parking Facilities To Homeless StudentsA proposed bill would require community colleges to provide overnight parking facilities to homeless students.
Lodi Holds Town Hall Meeting Looking For Solutions To Homeless ProblemThe city of Lodi held a town hall meeting Monday to come up with solutions to their homeless problem.
Sacramento Considers City-Sanctioned Homeless Parking LotsThe city could open them up as “safe zone lots” for homeless to park in overnight.
Thieves Steal Truck Storing Cots For The HomelessDozens of homeless people are facing a new challenge after a local organization's truck that stored dozens of cots for them to sleep on was stolen.
Three Sacramento Women Representing Team USA At The Homeless World CupThree Sacramento women will soon be representing Team USA in this year's Homeless World Cup.
Homeless Forced Out By Garden Highway Construction Project Moving Into NeighborhoodsPeople living in South Natomas say the homeless population seems to have grown, overnight. Now we're learning it's because of a major construction project in the Lower Natomas Basin.
Stockton Firefighters Overwhelmed By Homeless Camp FiresFirefighters in Stockton say they're getting overwhelmed. Not with fires at homes or businesses, but with so-called "junk fires."
California Senate Approves Homelessness, Housing BillAssembly Bill 101 incentivizes the construction of housing in some areas and sets aside $650 million in the state budget to address homelessness.