The homeless population is skyrocketing, but you'd never know it by reading the dailies
Sean Cononie has revolutionized SoFla homeless care. So why are the bureaucrats snubbing him?
Allen Reesor's friends-and-family program has other homeless-services professionals crying foul
A new program intended to solve the scourge of panhandling replaces spare change with a "Can of Help." Sort of.
When a do-gooder wants to open a shelter for homeless moms, local gay residents vow to raise hell
Develop heart problems and a fondness for drink. Have your trailer condemned and hit the street. Nothing to it.
Getting rid of those folks with buckets equals getting rid of one of the county's better homeless-assistance programs.
No fast-food drive-thrus
Many of the homeless are substance abusers who've spent most of their lives on the streets. And no new county system will change that.
The owners wanted to open a fun store in downtown Fort Lauderdale. After three burglaries in a month, the novelty wore off.
Broward's ballyhooed new homeless shelter won't clear the streets of all vagrants. But the police might.