Distracted drivers, not panhandling, harms the most consistent pedestrian in Palm Beach County — the unhoused. By Mary Stewart It was, like any other day, a sunny afternoon.
Temperatures in South Florida can drop below 40 degrees. Without shelter, the elements are harmful and potentially deadly — even here. By Joe Pye Mary Stewart was sleeping
Many people have tried to “solve” homelessness over time, but none have succeeded. Here are some of those ideas, from shipping people off to an island, to literal
Taxes are being used to fight rather than solve homelessness across the country; it’s making life more difficult for those who are unhoused, and isn’t cheap on the
Out West is vast stretches of public land, used by farmers, tourists, and sometimes the homeless By Channing Kaiser and Andrew Fraieli In 2017, I lived out of
An interview and a snapshot into the life and day of someone living on the streets of Jacksonville, Florida. Photographs and writing by J-P Pesare “Even if kids