The homeless problem in America is reaching record levels and Arizona is near the top of the list. FOX 10's Ellen McNamara reports.
Chances are you’ve seen Cloud Covered Streets throughout Phoenix. It’s a nonprofit helping people facing homelessness feel fresh and renewed. Through Operation Santa, FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen tells us how it’s following through on its mission with holiday cheer.
As its population ages, the United States is ill-prepared to adequately house and care for the growing number of older people, concludes a new report. Without enough government help, "many older adults will have to forgo needed care or rely on family and friends for assistance."
"My salary increases were not outpacing my rental increases... I was losing money every year."
The city of Phoenix must pay more than $220,000 to local businesses and property owners that brought a lawsuit to clear out the large homeless encampment near downtown Phoenix.
The Mesa City Council voted to approve a measure Monday night to turn a hotel into a transitional housing facility for those experiencing homelessness.
Launched in 1993, U.S.VETS is the largest nonprofit organization with boots on the ground to combat America’s veteran homeless crisis head-on.
Art and business are back in the area called The Zone in downtown Phoenix. The encampment was filled with hundreds, and at a point more than a thousand, of homeless people for several years.
From the future of Chase Field to the end of The Zone (at least for now), here's a look at some of our top stories.
This week, the city of Phoenix successfully finished their clean up of “The Zone," a homeless encampment near downtown. The sweep comes after a judge imposed a Nov. 4 deadline to remove tents, trash, and makeshift structures, while finding housing for people to move to.
Days before a court-imposed deadline, officials with the City of Phoenix are giving updates on their efforts to clean up a homeless encampment known as The Zone.
A court-mandated deadline for the City of Phoenix to clear out a homeless encampment known as 'The Zone' is just days away, and it appears the city is making progress towards finishing the cleanup efforts.
Officials with the City of Phoenix say they intend to meet a court-mandated deadline to clear out a homeless encampment near the city's Downtown area that is known as 'The Zone.'
A judge heard arguments on Oct. 17 for why the City of Phoenix believes it should have some more leeway in its efforts to clean up a homeless encampment near Downtown Phoenix that is known as "The Zone."
A judge on Tuesday denied the city of Phoenix’s legal request seeking extra time to clean up the city’s largest homeless encampment.
An alternative mental health court program designed to fast-track people with untreated schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders into housing and medical care — potentially without their consent — kicked off in seven California counties, including San Francisco, on Monday.
A huge addiction recovery community in Tucson, Arizona, shuttered suddenly, leaving more than 200 people homeless as Arizona investigates widespread Medicaid fraud largely affecting Native Americans, authorities said.
As Phoenix city officials face a deadline to clear out a homeless encampment known as 'The Zone,' businessowners in the area say they now have a sense of optimism for the future.
An Arizona judge has imposed a deadline for Phoenix city officials to clean up a homeless encampment near Downtown that is known as 'The Zone.' Here's what to know about the ruling.
Crews are continuing to clean up a homeless encampment in downtown Phoenix known as "The Zone." The clean up comes after a judge ordered the city to remove tents and other materials from the area of 9th Avenue between Jefferson and Washington Streets.