(STL.News) – U.S. Attorney Justin Herdman announced today that a federal grand jury sitting in Cleveland has returned a 10-count indictment charging Michael J. Zacharias, age 53, with sex trafficking of a minor and sex trafficking of an adult and minor by force, fraud, or coercion. The defendant was arrested
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a $200 million boost to his Project Homekey homeless housing fund in San Jose on Friday — a major cash infusion that will back several Bay Area projects. But he also acknowledged the challenges his administration faces with its anti-homelessness efforts, even admitting there’s not enough
City officials in Oakland approved a contentious new policy that will prohibit homeless people from setting up tents in parks or near homes, businesses, schools and some churches in the city that has seen a recent spike in the homeless population. The Oakland City Council unanimously approved the measure Tuesday
The Oakland City Council was debating Tuesday where homeless people can and cannot set up tents. The city says the pandemic has worsened its homeless crisis and it needs to create a framework to address safety and sanitation issues at homeless camps, but homeless advocates say the policy will only
LAFAYETTE, Ind. — James Williams prostituted a minor girl in Tippecanoe County and in Illinois since March, prosecutors said in charges of child sex trafficking and promoting prostitution. Prosecutors charged Williams, 33, of the 1700 block of North Hunt Court in Decatur, Illinois, on Monday, but he was arrested on Oct.
The two candidates for the Area 4 seat on Arcata School District’s board of trustees are running casual campaigns. Incumbent Joe McKinzie, who previously worked as a classified professional for several local schools, runs for the sake of community and public education. Challenger Brian Hudgens, an ecologist, feels his expertise