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Following a vote by the San Francisco Police Commission in support of arming police with Tasers, the police union is considering putting forward a ballot measure that would shape the policy.
A man was found dead Thursday in a homeless camp just off of an on-ramp to a highway in San Francisco.
A prominent homeless camp in Berkeley that has been at its current location for most of this year was given an eviction notice over the weekend.
Gov. Jerry Brown Wednesday signed legislation that provides permanent annual funding for Napa County’s three farm worker seasonal housing centers.
The Napa County Housing Authority will receive $250,000 in matching dollars each year starting in the next budget cycle under…
Homeless people experiencing mental health and substance abuse issues will have access to 24-hour care at a newly expanded program.
The Oakland City Council voted Monday night to allocate $14 million to support homeless residents.
San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim Tuesday introduced legislation calling for homeless services to be distributed more evenly across The City.
A regulated homeless camp where a fire burned 12 tents and a sanitation station Monday night in West Oakland will be decommissioned Friday.
A Board of Supervisors vote on a temporary homeless shelter in San Francisco's Mission District Tuesday triggered an uncomfortable conversation among board members.
Petaluma police Thursday said they are continuing their efforts to clear out homeless camps and provide services for their former residents.
State legislation announced Wednesday could make it easier for San Francisco to build homeless shelters and supportive housing.
Homeless people and their supporters are gathering in San Francisco's Civic Center area Tuesday to draw attention to the disparate impact homelessness has on African Americans in celebration of Black History Month.
Homeless camps have been a more frequent sight in Oakland in recent years. This one aimed to be different.
Volunteers with the Sonoma County Community Development Commission are conducting a point-in-time homeless count tonight and Friday.
Firefighters rescued a dog from a one-alarm fire Saturday afternoon in San Francisco's Visitacion Valley neighborhood.
San Francisco will receive $2.9 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to take part in a program aimed at ending youth homelessness.
At least 200 homeless men and women in Santa Clara County will soon start training for long-term construction jobs.
Planning Commission members gave their unanimous support Thursday to plans to open a soup kitchen in San Francisco's Mission District.
Plans for a soup kitchen in San Francisco's Mission District are meeting with opposition from neighbors worried that it will bring more homeless people into the area.
The Bay Area is in store for another soaking overnight and into Thursday as a new storm system moves into the region.
A woman was found dead at a homeless encampment in San Jose on Christmas morning.
The San Francisco medical examiner's office has released the identities of two people who were fatally shot Sunday night near a homeless encampment.
A coalition of East Bay homeless people and advocates sued Caltrans in Alameda County Superior Court in Oakland Tuesday.
A student at the University of California at Berkeley is in the hospital after being sexually assaulted while walking home on Nov. 27.
A recreational vehicle stocked with items for the homeless was burglarized earlier this week in San Jose.
Dozens of people will sleep in a cardboard box outside a youth homeless shelter in east Santa Rosa Friday night to raise money for housing homeless youth.
The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved allocations to expand capacity at winter emergency homeless shelters.
A Petaluma man was arrested in his hometown on Friday on suspicion of stealing an outboard motor for his rowboat, among other offenses.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Thursday announced The City will be adding 244 new permanent supportive housing units for homeless residents.
A man who allegedly attacked people with a machete at homeless encampments near Pajaro River was arrested in Monterey County Tuesday.
Contra Costa County social and eligibility workers announced Tuesday they will begin a three-day strike on Sept. 30.
The center will be a temporary facility comprised of 16 trailers providing beds for 68 people in four dormitories as well as a community room.
A stubbornly split Board of Supervisors split repeatedly along factional lines Tuesday.
The impact of San Francisco's homeless crisis on families came into view Thursday.
More than a year after San Francisco opened its first Navigation Center to help homeless residents transition to permanent housing, city officials opened a second one Tuesday.
A measure headed for the November ballot would make it easier for police to remove homeless tent encampments.