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Mayor’s Staff Says Complaints Forced Them to Broaden Homeless Sweeps

Mayor’s Staff Says Complaints Forced Them to Broaden Homeless Sweeps

By Lisa Halverstadt, 3/16/16

Early Tuesday, city workers packed into two garbage trucks and a handful of city vehicles and headed to a homeless encampment in East Village.

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The City Has A New Front In the Fight Against Homelessness

The City Has A New Front In the Fight Against Homelessness

By Dirk VanderHart, 3/16/16

ON MONDAY MORNING, a dull green shipping container that had been sitting dormant for weeks beneath the Steel Bridge opened its... Read More

South Bay Homeless Shelter Goes Pet-Friendly With Help Of Corporate Neighbor

South Bay Homeless Shelter Goes Pet-Friendly With Help Of Corporate Neighbor

By Garvin Thomas, 3/15/16

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Lawsuit says L.A. endangered homeless people by seizing their tents and shopping carts

Lawsuit says L.A. endangered homeless people by seizing their tents and shopping carts

By Gale Holland, 3/14/16

A federal civil rights lawsuit filed Monday accused the city of Los Angeles of endangering homeless people by seizing and destroying their tents and bedding and then releasing them from... Read More

Homelessness soars to No. 1 concern in SF, new poll finds

Homelessness soars to No. 1 concern in SF, new poll finds

By Emily Green, 3/16/16

Despite a booming economy, more than half of San Franciscans believe the city is going in the wrong direction, a significant uptick from last year, according to a new poll from... Read More

Look at Your Tent Cities, San Diego

Look at Your Tent Cities, San Diego

By Lisa Halverstadt, 3/14/16

On March 7, the city of San Diego performed planned sweeps of homeless encampments downtown,... Read More

'Where are we going to go?' L.A. homeless sweeps continue despite lawsuit

'Where are we going to go?' L.A. homeless sweeps continue despite lawsuit

By Ruben Vives and Gale Holland, 3/15/16

st one day after advocates for the homeless filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles, work crews and police were out again Tuesday making arrests and removing... Read More

Homelessness in San Diego PSA

Homelessness in San Diego PSA

By Keely Kiczenski

Check out this awesome PSA, created by our own TSC emplooyee, Keely. 

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Long a niche, street medicine for homeless heads mainstream

Long a niche, street medicine for homeless heads mainstream

By Michael Rubinkam, 3/9/16

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Local homeless agencies win $15M in federal grants

Local homeless agencies win $15M in federal grants

By Fox 5 Digital Team, 3/9/16

Organizations that provide housing for the homeless around San Diego County... Read More

San Francisco mulls state of emergency over homelessness. But will it help?

San Francisco mulls state of emergency over homelessness. But will it help?

By Julia Carrie Wong, 3/10/16

When Jacob Riis published his photographs of late 19th-century urban poverty, he... Read More

Editorial: If the homeless can't have their tiny houses, what can they have?

Editorial: If the homeless can't have their tiny houses, what can they have?

By The Times Editorial Board - Contact Reporter, 3/10/16

When Los Angeles city sanitation workers hauled away three so-called tiny houses — brightly painted wooden structures the size of garden sheds — from a South LA sidewalk like bulky trash, the action understandably caused... Read More