Owned by two longtime bartenders who grew up in the city, Karl's Beacon aims to be "a beacon to old SF folks," its owner said.
Fire Department crews had to use the Jaws of Life to free the injured passengers.
The deli's last day in business was Monday, but it will host a special "last hurrah" event this weekend.
One of the six victims, a pedestrian, sustained life-threatening injuries.
In a separate incident yesterday, a pedestrian was also struck by a driver in the Upper Haight.
"I never suspected that technology would disrupt the food industry," says founder Paul Geffner.
Vulnerable populations could be at risk after potential exposure to an active measles patient who visited SF in early April.
The suspect is being charged with attempted murder, among other offenses.
The fake signage cites real California laws in asking drivers to "Keep Calm and Lay Off the Horn."
The suspect, allegedly wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat, partially severed one of the victim's hands with the sword.
The incident occurred inside the Westfield San Francisco Centre just after 5 p.m.
The incident occurred in broad daylight.
The incident occurred on Seventh Street (at Market).
The victims were shot around 11 p.m. on Saturday night, just a block from the bustling Divisadero corridor.
"Thank you for the many years of business and support," writes its owner.
Why did Scoot keep its scooters up and running during wet weather, while Skip pulled them from SF's streets?
The man was punched and kicked by a trio of robbers attempting steal his phone.
According to AirNow, the Air Quality Index (AQI) in San Francisco currently stands at 225, the worst of any major city in the world.
Around 44 percent of SF's registered voters turned out to vote yesterday—lower than the national average of 47 percent.
Scooters are set to return to SF legally on Monday—but a rejected company from the scooters' Wild West days is suing to stop it.
Modesto Figuerido, who was killed last week by a drunk driver, was a fixture on the 11th Street corridor for more than two decades.
Howard between Fourth and Ninth streets has been identified as a high-injury corridor under the city's Vision Zero plan.
"As a cyclist and pedestrian myself, every time I cross this crosswalk, I’m in fear," says a neighbor who witnessed the fatal collision.
These five events are totally trending, from a colorful Holi celebration to a free screening of Oscar-nominated 'I, Tonya.'
Here's what budget-minded apartment seekers in Mountain View can expect to find.