- Newsmaker: Trial of Dog Mauling Death in Hands of the Jury
Jury deliberations have begun in the trial of San Francisco-s dog-mauling death. Marjorie Knoller is charged with second-degree murder, husband Robert Noel with involuntary manslaughter, after their two 120-pound dogs killed their neighbor, Dianne Whipple. Jaxon Van Derbeken, who-s been covering the trial for the San Francisco Chronicle since it was moved to Los Angeles, has an update on the highly charged case.
- Reporter-s Notebook: Earliest Maya Wall Painting Found in Guatemala An exhausted archeologist searching for shade near an ancient pyramid in Guatemala turned his flashlight on a tunnel dug by looters and discovered a master work from an ancient civilization. William Saturno, of Harvard-s Peabody Museum, will spend the next 5 years on a grant from the National Geographic Society, studying his discovery and the Mayans responsible for it.