A San Antonio woman is counting on Texas’ Religious Freedom Restoration Act to trump a local ordinance that could end her decade-old ministry of feeding the homeless, mentally ill and others who are simply down on their luck.
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Rarely is I-45 a stage for moral quandaries—at least until you exit, stop at the first intersection, and confront an ethical impasse at the underpass. There, at the red light, you face a panhandler.
Photographer Spike Johnson chronicles the lives of Houston’s homeless veterans in his series, “Friends in Low Places.”
LifeWorks is an Austin nonprofit that provides needy families and individuals with support services like affordable housing, education and counseling.
Lifelines is a multimedia project honoring the relationship between Austin’s homeless and their pets.
The murder of a homeless man, William Greer, was one of only two Austin homicides from 2012 that remain unsolved.