A community and city in the East Bay are at odds over a homeless encampment and a property line.
On a gloomy damp Thursday in the Willow Glen section of San Jose, the ceremonial snipping of red ribbon ushers in light.
Earlier Saturday, Wedgewood said it's offering to pay for the women's move to a shelter run by a nonprofit and pay for them to stay there for two months.
"You guys have dropped the ball and you haven't done your job and I'm tired of paying my taxes when you don't do your job," shouted one man, as a microphone was passed among participants at the Roseland Library.
On Friday, City Administrator Sabrina Landreth announced that Shola Olatoye will take the reins of Oakland's Housing and Community Development Department starting Feb. 11.
As many as 1,600 mobile home park residents are preparing to take action in the hope that they can stay in their homes.
Two homeless mothers who have been occupying a vacant West Oakland home for six weeks won at least a temporary victory on Monday when a judge didn't rule on the property owner's request that they be evicted.
The proposal is a way to provide housing to a lot of people quickly, possibly on a cruise ship docked at the port of Oakland.
The facility has enough space for 30 RVs and will have around the clock security and portable toilets and showers for people who park at the site.
The latest story in anti-homeless barricade controversy is out of West Oakland where logs have been placed alongside a street where many homeless people who live out of cars and their RVs park.
Another small town in Italy is offering homes for a little more than $1 to build the population and boost its economy.
On Monday, two of these mothers, 34-year-old Dominique Walker and 41-year-old Sameerah Karim, took over a house on Magnolia Street, which they say has been empty for two years.
San Jose State University is taking a major step to combat student homelessness and housing insecurity. Officials say nearly two-hundred of its students struggled with housing insecurity and homelessness last academic year.
The Bay Area observes Veterans Day with parades and celebrations. But in the South Bay, the occasion marks a turning point in a years-old battle to eliminate the number of vets living on the streets.
Leaders from the Bay Area's largest cities sit down with KTVU's Frank Somerville to discuss what is being done to solve the issues surrounding homelessness in their cities.
A big chunk of money spent in the Bay Area's three largest cities aimed at trying to tackle the homeless crisis doesn't actually trickle down to the people seen living on the streets. And 2 Investigates found, that's by design.
In California, there are hundreds of “anti-homeless” laws. Although there is nothing that specifically bans or restricts homelessness, cities in the Golden State have created nearly a thousand codes and ordinances that experts and homeless advocates argue disproportionately affect unsheltered people.
A homeless Utah man who changed a tire for a woman is challenging the stigma surrounding homelessness, according to a store owner who snapped a photo of the kind act.
A non-profit that helps homeless teens is in search of a new home.
About two dozen boulders now sit along a half-block stretch of sidewalk on Clinton Park, a residential side street near Market and Dolores streets in San Francisco.