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Special Coverage: Homelessness in Sonoma County

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Two Santa Rosa homeless men found dead in the past month have been identified by the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
A jogger who was filmed throwing away a homeless man's possessions in Oakland is facing a robbery charge stemming from a related confrontation.
'Sir, I think you should stop,' one woman says in a video posted online of the incident, which took place Friday beside Lake Merritt in Oakland.
A partially decomposed body was found Thursday night in southwest Santa Rosa.
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The stretch of public trail that was cleaned and cleared of garbage and debris won’t reopen until Wednesday, a week after authorities began to dismantle the large homeless camp.
Press Democrat readers comment on homeless encampments, talking with fire victims, and more.
Dozens of tenants-rights activists blocked commuter tech buses in the Mission District with motorized scooters, claiming that city officials treat 'shared' scooters better than homeless.
Two homeless men arrested in connection with two unrelated stabbings on the Joe Rodota Trail in Santa Rosa were released this week after the Sonoma County District Attorney’s Office declined to file charges.
Crews started clearing the large homeless encampment on Santa Rosa's Joe Rodota Tail on Wednesday.
One stabbing occurred near the large homeless encampment that local officials plan to clear by the end of the month.
Press Democrat readers comment on the Joe Rodota Trail homeless encampment, SMART’s Jennings Avenue crossing, and more.
There are more than 2,000 unsheltered persons in the city and county, and there are fewer than 600 shelter beds. Catholic Charities and all the faith-based shelters don’t have enough beds to shelter all the unsheltered people in the county.
Officials say the squalid homeless encampment is filled with hazards and litter, and represents a safety issue for trail users as well as residents.
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Amid increased enforcement of sidewalk rules, advocates are going to court to challenge dozens of violations.
Press Democrat readers comment on homelessness, the June 5 election, and more.
'I didn’t even see the punch coming,' said Bill Petty, a Roseland bike commuter who was assaulted as he passed through a homeless camp on the popular path.  
Seattle's largest businesses such as Amazon and Starbucks will have to pay a new tax to help fund homeless services and affordable housing under a measure approved by city leaders.