South Fork Fire Forces Evacuation of Wawona in Yosemite National ParkAuthorities have issued an evacuation order for the small town of Wawona as a week-old fire in Yosemite National Park grows.
Wildfire Nears Small Community In Yosemite National ParkRangers at Yosemite National Park have alerted a small community to a wildfire that crews are struggling to contain from the air and ground.
Trail Hiker's Body Found In Yosemite National ParkThe body of a woman who was hiking the Pacific Crest Trail has been found in Yosemite National Park.
120-Square-Mile Detwiler Fire Near Yosemite 60 Percent ContainedFirefighters are bracing for the possibility of dry lightning as they battle a stubborn blaze that has scorched nearly 120 square miles near Yosemite National Park.
Growth Of Detwiler Fire Slows, Mariposa Evacuations LiftedFirefighters in California have lifted an evacuation order for residents of a Gold Rush-era town that was threatened by a wildfire.
Detwiler Fire Near Yosemite Scorches Over 100 Square MilesAuthorities say a stubborn wildfire burning in foothills west of Yosemite National Park has now destroyed 45 structures while forcing thousands of people from their homes.
Dozens Of Structures Burn In Detwiler Wildfire Raging Near YosemiteA wildfire west of Yosemite National Park forced thousands to flee tiny, Gold Rush-era towns and destroyed at least 29 structures.
California Wildfire Destroys 8 Structures Near Yosemite National ParkWildfires have damaged more than a dozen homes in Nevada and is forcing residents from communities near California's Yosemite National Park.
Yosemite High Country Still Covered In Snow Mid-SummerWhile it's the middle of summer, many trails and campgrounds in Yosemite are still covered by snow from the incredibly wet winter.
El Portal Road Into Yosemite Reopens Ahead Of ScheduleOfficials at Yosemite National Park have reopened a road that was damaged in a rockslide.
Rivers Across The West Turn Dangerous As Days Warm, Snow MeltsThe melting record snowfall on Western peaks this winter has contributed to at least 14 river deaths and prompted officials to close sections of rivers popular with swimmers, rafters and anglers.
Roads In Yosemite, Lassen Still Need Snowplows As Summer NearsSummer is almost here but you wouldn't know it on some of California's highest roadways.