A day in the life of Mission's biggest recycling center. En Español
A local project to hand out sandwiches on the street has spread around the world.
In San Francisco, 67 of the 72 registered sex offenders on parole are homeless.
Homeless say they are given the runaround while the shelter beds go empty.
A Mission District resource for homeless women may soon be a casualty of shrinking budgets. By SHIILANDA WOOLRIDGE
More than 100 good samaritans gathered at the Latino Center on Tuesday evening to take part in the 2009 San Francisco homeless count. By SHILANDA WOOLRIDGE
Womack Salon Academy owner Ella Gilmore mixes business with community service. By ANNA BLOOM
Gordon counts three categories of scavengers: the homeless like himself, the junkies who do it for a fix, and the bootleggers who cruise the city in pick-up trucks.
by ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH Watching television amid trash bags and people's belongings in a homeless shelter on Capp Street.
By NOAH BUHAYAR On a recent morning, Peter Avila was checking out the exterior of Marshall Elementary, on the corner of Capp and 15th Streets, when he came to a newly installed gate. He took...