The massive Rim Fire, which since Saturday has been quickly burning though eastern central California, reached a remote section of Yosemite National Park Friday, while firefighters battled to save the Sierra Nevada foothill towns of Pine …
it has so far had little or no direct impact on Yosemite Valley, a popular spot for tourists and home to many of the park’s iconic attractions, including the El Capitan rock formation. Authorities don’t know what started the Rim Fire — …
NASA’s Terra satellite—designed to observe the interaction between Earth’s land, air, water, and energy—saw the wildfire on Sunday from space: The California Rim Fire ... run for its money. The Rim Fire is edging into Yosemite National …
Yosemite National Park reopened areas that were previously off-limits to the public because of the large Rim Fire, which consumed 255,000 acres of forest land last summer. Tuolumne Grove of Giant Sequoias and hiking trails in the Hetch …
The Rim Fire, burning up in the Sierra Nevadas south of Reno ... as were families staying at San Jose's Camp Hi-Sierra. Yosemite remains open to tourists and campers, however you can't take Highway 120 to get there. You will instead …
Shifting winds brought heavy smoke from the so-called Rim Fire to Yosemite Valley, an area famed for its towering granite rock formations, waterfalls and pine forests, according to the park’s website and footage from cameras posted on the …
The tourist hotspot Yosemite Valley and its iconic attractions, including the El Capitan rock formation, currently are safe, miles from the Rim Fire’s reach. However, the blaze was on the edge of the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, which serves 2.6 …
The so-called Rim Fire has charred 74,843 hectares - an area larger than the land mass of Chicago - since it erupted on August 17. Most of that has occurred in the Stanislaus National Forest west of Yosemite, according to Mr Berlant. It …
The Rim Fire had charred nearly 223,000 acres (89,000 hectares) by early on Sunday, mostly in the Stanislaus National Forest which spreads out from Yosemite's western edge although the blaze has blackened about 6 percent of …
California's Rim Fire continues to burn in Yosemite National Park and Stanislaus National Forest, gaining more than 20,000 acres in size since Tuesday, yet fire-fighting crews have been able to maintain pace in keeping the blaze under …