We asked people in Laredo if they notice the people who have nowhere to live and end up sleeping on the street. One person new to the area says he hasn't seen any. "Most of them can't help their situation, so as long as there's assistance in town to get off the streets, that's a good thing." He adds that his hometown doesn't help homeless people and actually arrests them. "I actually moved over here from Roundorck and they have that law over there and I don't agree with it. why take someone to jail? It's costing us more tax dollars." The Bethany house helps homeless people with transitional housing and shelter while they are trying to get their lives together. They say they have seen a consistent number of people at the shelter. "I have seen an increase recently." He believes Laredo should have a law in place to arrest homeless people who live on the streets. "Yes, I believe there should be a law...absolutely." One woman tells us the homeless people should be helped and she's seen police getting involved in the past. "They like to go under the bridges. I've seen the police going over and clearing them out. After 3-4 months, they go back." Another woman tells us she doesn't see the number of homeless people in Laredo as a problem. "Not really, but I think that many of those people can work and do something, but it's easier for them to go in a corner and ask for money." Bethany house is available for anyone who's homeless and needs help getting back on their feet.