Dozens of leaders, mostly from Western states, have asked the Supreme Court to overturn lower-court rulings that restrict enforcement against public camping.
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For months, Burien has grappled with how to handle a small but growing unsheltered homeless population. Now, the city has passed an anti-camping ordinance.
King County is experiencing an unprecedented fentanyl epidemic, with a surging rate of overdose deaths that has already surpassed last year's record-breaking toll.
Taking people off the street and into tents is a new twist on homeless shelter being explored by the San Francisco-based Urban Alchemy in two...
San Diego will support an Oregon city's attempt to revive its camping ban through a U.S. Supreme Court appeal.
Funding that focused on downtown and the Chinatown International District has expired, and planned supplemental funding never materialized, the authority said.
Sacramento’s top prosecutor is suing the city’s leaders over failure to cleanup homeless encampments, escalating a monthslong dispute with leaders in California’s capital city.
Officials are still untangling the extent of fraud blamed on unscrupulous treatment centers and group homes during the past three years.