A 24-year-old man was killed in a shooting Friday night, and another man was injured by gunfire Sunday.
In the fatal shooting, a man who has not been identified was reportedly involved in a fight with multiple people in the 3100 block of 16th Street about 11:30 p.m. During the fight, police said, one of the suspects shot the man in the head. Read More
With all the controversy surrounding Mayor Ed Lee’s decision to enter the mayor’s race, you’d expect he’d be fielding the toughest questions from voters.But during a campaign event in the Mission district on Tuesday, it was not the mayor, but his supporter, District 6 Supervisor Jane Kim, who faced the fire.While the mayor and supervisor talked to residents and merchants on 16th Street, a Chinese shopkeeper at Sam’s Shoe Services asked Supervisor Kim why she isn’t married. Read More
Five people were shot and injured, one critically, at a bar in the Mission district Monday, police said.The shooting occurred around 11 p.m. at El Tin Tan bar at 3065 16th St., which is next door to popular Mexican restaurant Pancho Villa, police said.
The injured were Hispanic men between ages 26 and 42 years old, police said. Only one victim, a 36-year-old man, suffered life threatening injuries. Read More
A heartless thief pummeled a 43-year-old man with a metal pole and then stole his wristwatch in the Mission district Wednesday.The robbery occurred around 7:40 p.m. in the area of 16th Street and Julian Avenue, which is near a BART station, police said.The suspect fled after striking the victim. The victim, whose injuries were not life threatening, refused medical treatment, police said.There have been no email@example.com Read More
The intersection of 16th Street and Capp Street was closed for nearly 45 minutes Thursday after a vehicle struck a pedestrian in the crosswalk. The incident, which occurred around 2:20 p.m., involved a 4-door sedan traveling north on Capp Street and made a left on to 16th Street, according to San Francisco Police Department Officer Eric Chaing. Read More
Ike's Place will serve its last sandwiches in San Francisco's Castro District today as it prepares to vacate its home at 3506 16th St. following an eviction order.
"The main complaints were noise, the long lines of customers and waste," owner Ike Shehadeh said. "And those came when we were serving only 30 people a day." Read More