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Bonnie Lane stands in front of Baltimore's City Hall, arms crossed, lips pursed, on a mission. Her stance is memorialized in a photo and article on the pages of Word on the Street, the fledgling newspaper she helped launch nearly a year ago. The...
A few months ago, things were looking bleak for Brooklyn Homes resident Christina Stocks. The 27-year-old single mother of two took a pay cut at work and fell behind in her rent payments. She was facing eviction — and a Christmas on the streets....
Tags: Aaliyah, Religious Festivals, United Way , Holidays, Social Issues
WSBT-TVSOUTH BEND -- Homeless shelters expected to fill most if not all of their beds, Tuesday night, as the forecast called for the temperature outside to dip to ten degrees. By early evening, people were showing up to claim a bed at Center for the Homeless....
Tags: Weather, Weather Reports
Sherri Ingram-Hudgins steps into the homeless resource center on U.S. 1 in Jessup on the cold, rainy afternoon after Christmas, just about two years to the day since she began her effort to help people living on the margins. The place has been open more...
Tags: Holidays, Social Issues, Family, Lobbying, Politics
The number of chronically homeless people and homeless veterans has dropped significantly in recent years, but the Obama administration still faces challenges in its effort to completely eradicate homelessness by 2020. Those findings and others, based...
Tags: Social Issues, Veterans Affairs
It's been rough going on some of our roads Tuesday and we have had many school and delays. It's the coldest arctic blast of the winter so far. CLICK HERE FOR AN UPDATING LIST OF CLOSINGS AND DELAYS WSBT Chief Meteorologist Paul Emmick has your evening...
Our Town CorrespondentFirst of all, it is cold. Really cold. Luckily, we are not in the most inclement of weather: it is a nice, clear night in mid-November. There are even stars in the sky. It is just cold. Really cold. My cousin Krysta is wrapped up all cocoon-like...
The protracted legal battle over whether Los Angeles city officials can seize and dispose of the unattended belongings of the homeless is not over — although it could be. A brief history: Last year a federal court issued a temporary injunction...
Tags: Labor Legislation, Lawyers, Government, Politics, Justice System
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Where to send the homeless when they're ill or injured; That's the challenge some in Springfield are now embracing. It's an issue that hospitals, shelters and other agencies have dealt with for a long time, but because of a nursing...
David Busch, the creator of an improvised public toilet — consisting of a bucket, soapy water and a tent for privacy — was arrested in April on charges of public nuisance and leaving property on the sidewalk. A homeless man and self-styled...
As the Holy Family Cathedral in downtown Anchorage approaches its 100th anniversary in 2015, it struggles to hold on to a longstanding tradition of keeping its doors open to everyone in the community, even the homeless. On the Sunday before...
Los Angeles City Atty. Carmen Trutanich lost another round in his misguided legal battle to lift a court order barring the city from seizing and destroying the unattended property of homeless people who live in downtown’s skid row. On Friday,...
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