The public input will be used to determine the best use for millions in federal funding.
The photographs are on greeting cards to benefit Our Family Services.
The city received an additional $351,000 to fund the veteran housing program.
About 300 people took part last year, raising more than $15,000.
You think you've got concerns about the rains forecast for today and tomorrow?
Tucson’s homeless population shrunk slightly over the past year, a recent survey showed.
PHOENIX — Arizona is going to be without a legally enforceable begging law for perhaps another year.
The original facility was built 50 years ago to welcome men home from war. Today, it houses all who find themselves homeless, and it will soon have a new location.
Organizers of a downtown homeless camp got a victory in court last week.
Kathy Blevins, who has been homeless for the past four years, has carefully set up her campsite on a floodplain in north Tucson. Under the canopy of an old saltcedar tree, her site is marked by a fence of wooden pallets, adorned with a fake flower and a “private property” sign. A dream catc…
The city has set up some new rules for the homeless camp at Veinte de Agosto Park downtown.
After largely ignoring a homeless camp on the western edge of the burgeoning downtown entertainment district for three months, city officials say it’s time to shut it down — weeks before the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show hits town.
A Tucson charity that shut down after an Arizona Daily Star investigation has re-emerged — but its questionable business practices haven’t changed, two homeless clients say.
At the Greater Littletown Food Bank, a small separate storage facility is a mess, and walls appear to be crumbling. Pima County owns the land occupied by the food bank, and it provides free water.
Food bank President Chris Kingston is in the kitchen, where floor tiles are peeling or missing and you can feel the floor sinking when you walk in some areas. The small sink has no drain, so a vacuum is used to clean it out.
Everything's falling apart at the Greater Littletown Food Bank.
Last October Tabitha Holloway found herself homeless and friendless in Tucson. Wings for Women offered antidotes to both.
LAS CRUCES, N.M. — A $2,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest in the murder of a 62-year-old man in Las Cruces.
Tucson Homeless Connect, along with Trinity Presbyterian Church, is having its ninth one-day, one stop event Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 400 E. University Blvd.
Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of homeless veterans in Southern Arizona will get help under a new $1 million grant from the federal government.