Wildfire Leaves Behind Devastation For Some Returning To MariposaThe Detwiler Fire erupted on July 16, scorching nearly 120 square miles of trees and grass and continued to threaten about 1,500 homes, but its spread has slowed.
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.
Record Sierra Snowpack Melting Fast, Flooding Likely In YosemiteForecasters said Sunday they expect the Merced River in Yosemite National Park to go about a foot over its banks.
Yosemite Launches Website With Online 'Bear Tracker'Officials at Yosemite National Park announced the launch of a new website Monday aimed at protecting the park's black bears that includes an online bear tracker.
Woman Killed By Falling Tree In Yosemite National ParkOfficials say a 21-year-old woman was killed by a falling tree at Half Dome Village in Yosemite National Park.
Deadly Beauty Hidden In National ParksTwo California National Parks – Yosemite and the Golden Gate National Recreational Area -- are among the deadliest in the nation, according to a special report by Outside magazine.
Anderson Reservoir Runoff Triggers Spectacular WaterfallWhile it has caused flooding and misery in San Jose, the run-off from the Anderson Reservoir has also created a magnificent waterfall with all the splendor and power of any in Yosemite National Park.
The Pristine Beauty of Winter In The Yosemite ValleyAUDIO: Tom Stienstra describes the grandeur of the Yosemite Valley in the winter. Tom tells us about things to do like, snow shoeing and cross country skiing available for everyone at Yosemite.
Yosemite Park Reopened And ResplendentThe powerful winter storm that shut down the park earlier in the week has passed, and Yosemite has reopened roads and lodging to the public.
Lightning, Thunder Rumble In Yosemite National ParkLightning flash across the sky and thunder rumbled through Yosemite National Park's famed valleys Sunday morning as a potent winter storm battered the popular tourist destination.
Storm Shuts Down Yosemite Due To Flooding ConcernsYosemite National Park was empty Saturday. The iconic tourist spot was shut down to visitors because of flooding concerns.