Living in a van never made me dangerous but a supervisor at the coffee chain forced me out because she thought it might.
A man is now wanted for attempted double homicide following the Friday night attack at a homeless camp.
“I feel like I’m gonna be living in this RV for the rest of my life,” said one survivor of the Camp fire that burned down Paradise.
A homeless man wielding a metal pipe killed four other homeless people and left another in critical condition, according to police.
The presidential candidate talked about the housing crisis while visiting a homeless encampment in Oakland, California.
He raised concern over “big, hairy men” infiltrating women’s homeless shelters, The Washington Post reported.
The president said homeless people in California were ruining the "prestige" of Los Angeles and San Francisco.
“No debris flow out into the Bay or the Ocean,” Mayor London Breed said in response to the president.
The president lamented the homelessness crisis throughout California this week, saying it was hurting some cities' "prestige."
The president, who seemed unconcerned about homeless people themselves, said “we’ll be doing something about it."
Shannon Gridley said the treatment she and her dinner guests faced at a Louisville Taco Bell was "dehumanizing."
Imperial Valley Ministries lured victims with the promise of food and shelter -- then stole their welfare benefits and refused to relinquish identification documents, authorities said.
A Seattle initiative links homeless customers with charitable businesses.
Sacramento's business improvement district wants to use a civil injunction to ban seven homeless men from the community.
Blasting loud music and pouring buckets of water are part of a broader trend to make it impossible for the homeless to exist.
These homeless people are blocked from social services when there are few parking spaces to leave their cars without risking tickets.
West Palm Beach officials are playing "Baby Shark" and "Raining Tacos" all night outside a waterfront banquet hall to drive away people congregating outside.
Michel Moore hopes the initiative will help to cut back the city's homeless population, which jumped by 16% over the past year.
When you need a cellphone to apply for a job and you need a job to afford a cellphone, qualified candidates lacking tech can fall unfairly behind.
The shelter would provide 200 beds for unhoused residents in the California city, where homelessness has surged in recent years.