KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The October cold has some people worried about the lack of warming shelters in the Kansas City Metro. There only are a handful of warming shelters, and many don't open unless it's dangerously cold. Jennifer McCartney, founder of Kansas City Heroes, said pop-up winter weather is devastating to those suffering from homelessness.
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Hard Winter Ahead: Not Enough Space For Massive Influx Of Kansas City Hobos
Over the past few years this town has seen a dramatic increase in the number of homeless on local streets, under bridges and setting up neighborhood camps. While suburban housewives love to feed them in their spare time . . . There isn't enough emergency housing when temperatures outside become dangerously cold. Here's confirmation: