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Two weeks ago, park officials reported that the uncommon disease transmitted by rodents has killed one man and made another person ill after both returned from trips to the park. According to health officials, the two people likely contracted the
FoxNews.com One person has died and another sickened after contracting a rare illness while vacationing at Yosemite National Park, Fox40 News. The two people, who have only been identified as living in California, were diagnosed with hantavirus
On Wednesday, Mr. Wright, a gymnastics teacher in Palo Alto, died doing what he loved best, swimming in Yosemite's Merced River...Mr. Wright, also a talented musician, had been swimming with his daughter Monica Wright when his foot got trapped
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The French town of Chamonix, deep in the shadow of Mont Blanc, has always embraced danger. Climbers scale Europe's highest peak in dire conditions. Backcountry skiers risk avalanches or falling off cliffs.
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Yosemite National Park would grow by 1,575 acres under a bill on Capitol Hill. Written by a Democrat and backed by local Republicans, the Yosemite expansion legislation could have a leg up on other national park bills being shopped around Congress.
This is a challenging Congress to move things through," Laurie Wayburn, president and co-chief executive officer of the San Francisco-based Pacific Forest Trust, said Tuesday. She added, though, that "this is one of those rare, common-ground
See amazing Yosemite waterfall rainbow! As water rushed down the fall's infamous granite cliffs, a fountain of purple, turquoise, orange, and gold wafted above the valley floor...Turns out Dorothy should have been looking somewhere under the rainbow.
As far as natural phenomenons go, it is one of the most spectacular. These images capture the moment a waterfall in Yosemite National Park turns into a beautiful fountain of colour. A rainbow forms in the spray emitted by the California waterfall,