Advocates Call For Increased Funding To Homelessness ProgramsHundreds of advocates for the homeless came to the capitol Tuesday asking lawmakers to fund programs they say could dramatically reduce the number of people without a place to call home.
Homeless Find New Beds As Higher Ground Opens In St. PaulPhase one of a new and expanded homeless shelter in St. Paul opened Thursday to residents.
Study: Homelessness Dropped Last Year For The First Time Since 2006Homelessness in Minnesota dropped last year for the first time in nearly a decade, according to a study released Wednesday.
Politicians Make Stand In Fight Against Veteran HomelessnessMinnesota is joining the national fight to end veteran homelessness.
Photo Exhibit Highlights St. Paul's 'Invisible People'A Twin Cities photographer hopes his pictures start a different kind of conversation about an often hidden population. Chris LaFontaine visited St. Paul's bridges and river bluffs to see for himself how the homeless live.
Expanded Center For Homeless Youth Opens In St. PaulSt. Paul's homeless youth have a new place to get the help needed to get back on their feet. On Wednesday, the nonprofit Face to Face opened the doors to a much larger daytime center called SafeZone.
Cafe Owner’s Story Of Helping A Homeless Man Goes ViralA south Minneapolis café owner is getting national attention for how she treated a homeless man who walked into her business and asked for money.
Study: Homelessness Down In Minnesota For 1st Time In A DecadeAccording to statistics gathered by Wilder Research, there are 9,312 homeless adults, youth and children in Minnesota -- a drop of about 9 percent from the last statistics gathered in 2012.
Hennepin County Saw An Increase In Homelessness Last YearDespite many different efforts to end homelessness in Hennepin County, the number of people living in shelters has increased.
State Officials Announce Major Plan To Combat HomelessnessThe plan was announced along with new numbers showing a 10 percent decline in homelessness last year. There was an even larger decrease in the number of families with children without housing.
West St. Paul Police Officer Pays To Repair Homeless Family's TruckA Twin Cities family starting the year in difficult circumstances is thanking a watchful community member for stepping in.
Nearly $4,000 Of Supplies Stolen From Homelessness Nonprofit On ChristmasSomeone broke in through a window of Small Sums -- a St. Paul nonprofit -- and took the resources they provide to the homeless.

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