A state representative is voicing her concerns after the Texas House passed a bill that would make it illegal for those experiencing homelessness to camp in public areas.
The City of San Antonio is now in its implementation phase of a five-year strategic plan to take on homelessness issues.
Victor Mesquiti with Alamo Collision Center LLC says he noticed a crowd of homeless people begin to gather across the street from his business under Loop 410 and Jackson ...
Even as the snow fell and the temperatures dropped even lower, Valerie Salas was among a small army of outreach workers still out there trying to convince the homeless in...
The pandemic has left a local homeless shelter without extra room for the upcoming cold weather emergency.
A homeless man says he and others were evicted from an encampment that sprung up after coronavirus quarantines limited shelter space.
A pilot program aims to find a long-term solution to the homeless situation in a community near Vance Jackson and I-10.
The need for homeless resources and housing has increased since the start of COVID-19, but one organization is hoping to help.
Outreach teams that could help connect the city's estimated 1,300 un-sheltered homeless residents with services, would cover every corner of the city under the current pr...
Two teens have spent their time in quarantine launching a website and non-profit dedicated to provided restaurant food to those in need.
A local San Antonio chef is using his passion for food to serve the needy in our community. This call to action was motivated by his own experience of being a former drug...
The pandemic has restricted resources for the homeless, and a local nonprofit has stepped up to fill the need.
A San Antonio woman is hoping her efforts to support people living out of their cars will encourage the city to back her idea of using parking lots as safe spaces.
San Antonio leaders say there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at any of the city's shelters, but they are still working to reach out to those who are on the streets.
The City of San Antonio has partnered with multiple agencies to continue providing food, showers and other resources to the homeless community during the COVID-19 pandemi...
A group of University of the Incarnate Word nursing students and graduate students have been stepping up to help treat the homeless for basic symptoms as first responders...
City of San Antonio launches hotline to help homeless find resources during crucial time.
The Trump administration says it's distributing about $3 billion in the first round of coronavirus aid to help the homeless find emergency shelter and communities expand ...
People are being asked to stay home, but what about those without a home? San Antonio church volunteers are spending their time helping their homeless neighbors.
As the coronavirus continues to impact communities across the world, Haven for Hope is taking steps to protect the homeless.
Neighbors at a senior living community on the Northeast side said they’re disgusted and terrified by what’s going on behind their apartment complex.
A spot known for producing trash and problems for the city of San Antonio is also a spot well-known by homeless groups.
A gathering spot for homeless people west of downtown has seen dozens of crimes in the past few months, according to San Antonio police.
Homeless man shot five times after suspect attempts to steal his bike, per police.
For a minimum of 16 hours a week, one man hits the streets of San Antonio looking for homeless or trafficked youth. Chuck Paul checks on them, brings them food, clothes, ...
Program helps rehabilitate veterans left homeless after service.
A woman with disability shares passion for cross making with the community, while helping the homeless get back on their feet.
For the first time in 50 years, religious leaders are coming together to help bring down the homeless population in San Antonio. The Interfaith San Antonio Alliance is cu...
Housing First Community Coalition is building a campus on the East Side that will provide housing and support services for older people who are homeless.
With wind-chill temperatures expected in the 20s early Tuesday, the Salvation Army has opened three warming stations for the homeless.