The Observer follows Food Not Bombs volunteers fighting against Bayou City’s anti-food sharing ordinance.
Scenes from Abbottville.
The governor and Austin’s business community announced plans for a temporary campsite and a future “mega-tent” shelter for the city's homeless community. They’re working separately from local homeless service providers.
Experts say the city’s lawsuit, filed this month against a man who allowed a homeless camp to be developed on his property, is virtually unprecedented.
Featured at SXSW this week, the film magnificently portrays the problems faced by homeless youth — but fails to develop its protagonist in a compelling way.
The federal lawsuit is the latest in an escalating conflict between the city and local homeless advocates.
Loraine ISD helps homeless students cope, but few other public resources are available for youth in Texas’ remote Big Country.
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 needy.