Homeless Man In Seattle Dies After Car Crashes Into His TentA car went off a freeway ramp in Seattle Monday morning, killing a 19-year-old man inside a tent at small homeless encampment
UW Considers Hosting Homeless Camp Following 2 Other SchoolsUniversity officials say they were inspired to consider the idea of hosting a homeless camp on campus after a recent homeless count found more people are without a home in King County.
Cantwell Urges More Federal Resources For Affordable HousingCalling homelessness and affordable housing a major challenge nationwide, U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell joined mayors across Puget Sound on Thursday to urge more resources for a federal tax credit program to build low-income housing.
Ricardo Lockette Hands Out 100 Burgers To Homeless After Leaving Dallas HospitalBefore leaving Texas, Lockette gave back to the Dallas community with a major act of kindness: he bought and delivered 100 cheeseburgers to people in a homeless community.
Police: Woman Shot, Killed At Seattle Homeless EncampmentPolice say a woman was shot and killed inside a tent at a Seattle homeless encampment.
House Votes To Strike Local Bans On Church Homeless CampsCity and county governments across Washington will lose some ability to restrict church-hosted homeless encampments under a bill passed by the House of Representatives.
Mayor Proposes More Tent Cities For The Homeless In SeattleSeattle Mayor Ed Murray says the city needs more tent cities to respond to homelessness and illegal camping.
Thief Robs Homeless Man Of Food Money At KnifepointMichael Gillespie, a homeless man in Seattle, was robbed at knifepoint by a thief who wanted the small amount of change Gillespie had.
Oregon's Homeless Student Population Is UpThe state Education Department said Wednesday that 18,902 students were homeless at some point during the 2013-14 academic year
Portland Considering Tiny Homes For City's Homeless The city of Portland is considering building tiny homes in an effort to get homeless people off the street.
Report: Homeless People, African-American Males Most Likely To Be Ticketed For Public Pot UseAn analysis of the first six months of Seattle police enforcement under new marijuana laws finds homeless people and African American males are more likely to be ticketed for public pot use than anyone else
Oregon Bank Robber Demands $1, Waits For PoliceA homeless man is accused of robbing a bank in Clackamas, Ore. then waiting for police to arrest him.

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