FROM Steve Rubenstein
Tiger Kills San Francisco Zoo Visitor Near sunset on Christmas Day at the San Francisco Zoo , a Siberian tiger named Tatiana escaped from her grotto and attacked three visitors, killing one. Steve Rubenstein has been covering the story for the San Francisco Chronicle .
Tiger Kills Visitor at San Francisco Zoo Near sunset on Christmas Day at the San Francisco Zoo , a Siberian tiger named Tatiana escaped from her grotto and attacked three visitors, killing one. This same tiger was involved in another incident last year in which she mauled a zookeeper. Steve Rubenstein has been covering the story for the San Francisco Chronicle .
Early Morning Landslide in San Francisco's Telegraph Hill San Francisco's Telegraph Hill is about 75 feet smaller than it used to be. That's the approximate width of the chunk that that broke loose early this morning, releasing an avalanche of boulders. Steve Rubenstein has been on the scene for the San Francisco Chronicle .
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