On June 30, President Abraham Lincoln signed the historic Yosemite Grant Act, which protected Yosemite Valley and established the national park system.
Capital Public Radio has coverage of the anniversary celebration.
Stories From Yosemite
One of the main entrance roads to Yosemite National Park is closed at least through the weekend as crews work to remove a rock slide.
(AP) - Authorities are searching for a man who fell into the Merced River.
Park officials say there will likely be long lines and limited parking due to an estimated 100,000 people visiting Yosemite National Park over Memorial Day weekend.
The river running through Yosemite National Park briefly flooded its banks and a sheriff in California's Central Valley organized an airdrop of feed for 30 cows stranded downstream by rising waters as a heat wave melts record snow in the mountains.
The search resumed today for a man missing in Yosemite since last Wednesday.
A mapping tool to track the bears of Yosemite National Park is now available to the general public.
Yosemite National Park has reopened an area where a woman was struck and killed by a ponderosa pine tree on Sunday.
Yosemite Valley is set to reopen for day-use visitors Tuesday morning after being closed due to flood concerns.
Heavy rain through this week is raising the possibility of flooding in Yosemite National Park. This could cause the park to close.
A yellow-legged frog that was once the most abundant amphibian in the Sierra Nevada is now the most rare. But a new study finds the frog population in Yosemite National Park shows signs of slow recovery after decades of severe decline.
Scenes From Yosemite
History and Celebrations
Learn more this national park and its history here.
To check out a schedule of events, click here.
CapRadio Listeners Describe Favorite Yosemite Spots
We asked listeners to tell us their favorite landmarks in Yosemite. Here are some of the responses.