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Yosemite National Park

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  • Angeles Forest hiker falls to death

     
    A hiker fell to his death from a cliff near a waterfall in the Angeles National Forest in Eaton Canyon early Saturday, the second fatality in the area this week....
  • Yosemite falls: Body recovered by authorities

     
    The body of Yosemite falls hiker Hormiz David, 22, of Modesto, has been recovered by Yosemite National Park rangers and a search and recscue team, authorities said Saturday....
  • Yosemite might remove cabins in area closed by falling rocks

     
    Yosemite National Park: Officials are taking steps to remove more than 70 historic cabins located in an area of Yosemite National Park's popular Curry Village that was permanently closed after a series of rock falls in 2008....
  • Cabins could be removed in Yosemite

     
    Officials are taking steps to remove more than 70 historic cabins from an area of Yosemite National Park's popular Curry Village that was permanently closed after a series of rock falls in 2008. The buildings in question -- 72 cabins......
  • John Muir audiobook celebrates summer in the Sierras

     
    An audio version of John Muir's memoir My First Summer in the Sierras is being released 100 years after its first publication....
  • Teen hiker is latest to die after Yosemite fall

     
    Yosemite National Park deaths: A teenager died Thursday after suffering head injuries sustained when he fell four days earlier at Yosemite National Park, making him the latest victim in an increasingly deadly year for the park....
  • A 'fundamental conundrum' at Yosemite

     
    As Yosemite's rivers swell with record snowmelt and its trails fill with sightseers, somewonder whether the amusement park-like atmosphere in Yosemite Valley are giving some visitors a false sense of security. "It's a fundamental conundrum for the Park...
  • Latimes.com in July: No summer slowdown

     
    Times Managing Editor/Online Jimmy Orr reports "unparalleled growth for the last five months" in traffic to latimes.com....
  • Man dies in Half Dome fall; Yosemite 2011 death toll now 15

     
    A man hiking in Yosemite died after plunging down the face of Half Dome. The death was the 15th this year in the park and the second fatality on Half Dome this year, according to a report in the Sacramento......
  • Yosemite fire now at 4,700 acres; 300 people evacuated

     
    Yosemite fire now at 4,700 acres, and 300 evacuated. But visitors largely unaffected...
  • Sierra Nevada red foxes are more common than once thought

     
    At least half a dozen Sierra Nevada red foxes, a species once believed to have been nearly wiped out in the 1920s, roam the high country wilderness south of Yosemite, U.S. Forest Service biologists said Thursday. Until last year, biologists believed the...
  • Severed thumb reattached after 80-foot fall at El Capitan

     
    A climber had his thumb reattached after it was severed and fell 80 feet at Yosemite....