Protestors hold die-in at SF Mayor London Breed’s house

On Thursday evening, protestors staged a die-in outside San Francisco Mayor London Breed's Lower Haight home. Organizers say the action was in protest of Breed's slow action to move unsheltered people into hotels.

Caltrans settlement to homeless people: $2 million

Unhoused people in the East Bay will be compensated by Caltrans for property that the state agency damaged or destroyed in encampment sweeps, thanks to a newly reached legal settlement.

Berkeley RV ban poised to begin

On February 11, Berkeley City Council approved safe overnight parking for a total of 25 RVs in six scattered city-owned sites. While safe parking will provide a brief respite for a small number of unhoused Berkeley residents, these spots will be the catalyst of an otherwise total eviction of RV dwellers from the City of Berkeley.

Remembering Arthur Roper

Street Spirit vendor Arthur Roper died on Friday, January 24, of complications from a stroke. He was 83 years old.