San Jose State Student Drowns At Sequoia National ParkA 19-year-old San Jose man drowned at Sequoia National Park over the weekend while on a trip with his college, National Park Service officials said Monday.
Pesticides, DDT Found In Animals At Sequoia National ParkA new study on the long term impact of agricultural pesticides has found traces of so-called "legacy pollutants" including DDT in Western pond turtles, insects and soil sediment at Sequoia National Park.
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San Rafael Woman ID'd As Victim In Sequoia National Park DeathStudents and staff at a Mill Valley high school were grappling with the loss of a popular attendance clerk who died during a camping trip in Sequoia National Park last week.
Searchers Find Body That May Be Missing San Rafael HikerSearchers have found a body in Sequoia National Park near where they had been looking for missing San Rafael hiker, Johnnie Jean Daniel.
NorCal Giant Sequoia ‘The President’ Now World’s Second Largest TreeA team led by Humboldt State's Stephen Sillett has discovered that The President is the second-largest tree, supplanting the nearby General Grant.
NorCal Search Crews Find 1 Missing Hiker; 2 Hikers Still Missing Search teams have found one missing hiker, but crews are still looking for two other hikers who have disappeared in separate wilderness areas in Northern California.
Friends Mourn San Rafael Hiker Found Dead In SierraFriends are mourning the loss of an experienced Northern California hiker whose body was found after a two-day search in the Sierra Nevada range.
Hiker From San Rafael Missing In Sierra NevadaOfficials said 31-year-old Tom Heng of San Rafael left on what was supposed to be a day hike on Sunday to the summit of Mount Langley, which stands 14,026 feet, but never returned.