Explosion aftermath leaves South Los Angeles residents on verge of homelessness

SOUTH LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – Three years after a devastating fireworks explosion in South Los Angeles displaced numerous residents, many are now facing the looming threat of homelessness. The catastrophic incident in June 2021 left 17 people injured and caused severe damage to homes and vehicles in the area. Following the explosion, many impacted individuals … Read more

Homelessness Crisis: Lawrence Struggles to Address Rising Deaths Among Unhoused Population

Lawrence, Kansas – The issue of homelessness in Lawrence has been exacerbated by a series of tragic deaths among individuals experiencing homelessness. The latest incident involved the fatal shooting of Vincent Lee Walker, 39, near the Lawrence Public Library, adding to the growing list of deaths within the homeless community in the city. These deaths, … Read more

Will U.S. Taxpayers Be Responsible For Covering Damages Resulting From California’s Project Roomkey?

San Francisco may be required to pay $19.5 million in compensation for property damage resulting from housing homeless individuals in privately owned hotels during the COVID-19 pandemic. The lawsuit, filed by the historic Hotel Whitcomb, is expected to be resolved by this settlement. Around 400 homeless individuals were accommodated in the hotel as part of “Project Roomkey,” a program launched by the California Department of Social Services to assist the state’s homeless population.