audio recording of the shooting on 6th street at 2am on Sunday morning, March 27, 2011. The audio clip was taken from 2 1/2 hours of live audio recorded near Club 6 at Jessie and 6th. Witnesses have said that the victims had been in Club 6 prior to the shooting and this was reported on ABC7 news yesterday, but the clip is not online
this clip is 10 minutes long and the shooting occurs at 2 minute, 34 seconds
A man shot and killed in a South of Market alley was identified today as 23-year-old Joshua McClain of Richmond.
McClain was shot numerous times on Jessie Street between Fifth and Sixth streets at about 2 a.m. Sunday, police said. A 26-year-old man was wounded but was expected to survive.
The gunman fled.
McClain was driven from the scene in a private vehicle to Third and Mariposa streets, where UCSF police officers found the car and called an ambulance. McClain was pronounced dead at San Francisco General Hospital.
Max is doing a hell of a lot better than he used to in the 90's...he walks upwards of 50 miles a day out into Marin county, some of the same areas I bike to, so I know he's in waaay better shape than 99% of the people around 6th street in san francisco...half his age
he can list trails off of Mt Tamalpais that few people have heard of.....and he walks from right here on 6th street
H Brown rips Randy Shaw a new one during public testimony at the Twitter tax break hearing, on March 16, 2011, describing Shaw as one of the reasons why businesses are reluctant to move to the Mid Market area in the first place.
this video contains the famous footage of Valdez, Alaska harbor being emptied after a 9.2 earthquake in 1964. This is the same earthquake that wiped out the entire downtown of Crescent City, California the same day in 1964
Up until today, Crescent City, California had the distinction of being the only US city to be hit by a tsunami. It''s now the only US city to be hit twice by a tsunami
2108: Ted Scott, a retired mill worker who lived in Crescent City, California, when a tsunami killed 17 people on the West Coast in 1964, told the Associated Press: "This is just devastating. I never thought I'd see this again. I watched the docks bust apart. It buckled like a graham cracker."