San Jose mayor leads charge to combat homelessness issue

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- San Jose's mayor is leading the charge to combat homelessness in the city.

Two years ago San Jose had around 6,500 homeless people living there, and 70-percent have no permanent shelter.

Members of the Downtown Streets Team, which were recruited from the homeless population, are helping the mayor to clean up the city.

Watch the video player above for David Louie's full report.
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