California Gov. Gavin Newsom's latest plan for the state's homelessness crisis asks voters to fund a major expansion of housing and treatment for residents suffering from mental illness and addiction.
A San Diego city councilmember is proposing a new ordinance banning people from camping on San Diego streets.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom says the state will pay to build 1,200 small homes to help house the homeless population.
The app, modeled after a similar program that locates shelter beds for domestic violence victims, will provide real time data on shelter availability.
California Attorney General Rob Bonta has sued Huntington Beach. Bonta asked a judge on Thursday to force the seaside city to comply with state law requiring it to build more housing. City officials later filed their own lawsuit in federal court.
The city of San Diego is in the midst of updating its community plan for University City, but not everyone is onboard.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom says he wants to reform a landmark state environmental law after it was used to block needed student housing at the University of California, Berkeley.
Developers can get financial incentives to build low-income housing, but a new a newly introduced bill is looking to change that for middle-income families.
Chula Vista's Tenant Protection Ordinance sets a precedent in San Diego County.
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