Special Coverage: Homelessness in Sonoma County

Press Democrat readers comment on North Korea’s nuclear threat, the homeless in Guerneville and more.
The estimated crowd of 300 who turned out Monday night to discuss possible sites for a homeless shelter and service center didn’t really like any of the options.
Police arrested a Bay Area homeless man they said led them on a chase in a stolen car.
Bodytraffic's Santa Rosa performance will feature original dances by four choreographers.
Press Democrat readers comment on the gas tax increase, Santa Rosa’s rent control referendum and more.
A woman continues to work with authorities trying to find the man who attacked her as she jogged in a popular area north of Sonoma over the weekend.
SOMA Church Community held their 10th Annual Easter Brunch for the homeless on Sunday, April 16.
Members of a Santa Rosa church spent a soggy Easter Sunday serving homeless people in a show of Christian charity.
What began as a way to earn some extra money before law school has turned into a "personal mission" for Santa Rosa native Jennielynn Holmes, Sonoma County's most visible advocate for the homeless.
Press Democrat readers comment on the state gas tax increase, the U.S. air strike in Syria and more.
A homeless man was arrested in Santa Rosa on suspicion of carjacking another homeless man’s car.
A man who claims to be homeless has dined well at several local eateries and then ducked the bill when it arrived.
The Wednesday protest was the first since the city began ordering homeless people in November to temporarily leave the sidewalks to allow crews to clean up the sites.
The City Council has scrapped its homelessness subcommittee in favor of the full council studying a way forward on the issue.
One man stabbed another after an argument over sex outside a group home on Red Tail Street in 2015.
Press Democrat readers comment on Highway 101 redwoods, Santa Rosa’s rent control referendum and more.
Santa Rosa is planning to do some soul searching today about how to best address its homelessness problem following some indications of a “disconnect” on the City Council over the best path forward.
Nearly all agreed on the need to do something to mitigate both concern about those who are unsheltered and discontent with those who loiter downtown.
Two months into my first stint as an elected official, I’ve faced down four floods, a half-dozen major road failures, dozens of mudslides, thousands of evacuation advisories, Occidental’s wastewater and a creek overtaking Green Valley Road — all in my district. Now I find myself embroiled in a contentious land-use issue smack dab in the middle of a town that helped me win the election.
A Press Democrat reader sticks up for the president’s budget cuts, and more.