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Parks in the News
Heavy rains that have been falling on the Southwest in recent days are creating problems with some sections of trail in Grand Canyon National Park.
A newly married bride has been accused of pushing her husband to his death off a cliff in Glacier National Park.
It was hot, dusty, back-breaking work, but someone had to do it. And in the case of planting 116 posts to mark trails at Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota, that chore fell to two Student Conservation Association crews.
Ghosts will be the subject later this month at Voyageurs National Park when rangers will lead lantern-lit hikes in search of figures out of the past.
The toddler killed Saturday by a gunshot in Yellowstone National Park was identified Monday as Ella Marie Tucker, of Pocatello, Idaho, but exact details of the shooting remained withheld by park officials.
Fundraising Campaign For Flight 93 National Memorial Complete, Groundbreaking For Visitor Center On Tuesday
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will travel to Flight 93 National Memorial in Pennsylvania on Tuesday to help break ground on the memorial's new visitor center complex.
Timpanogos Cave National Monument, Joshua Tree National Park Also Suffering From Flooding, Rockslides
Timpanogos National Monument in Uta and Joshua Tree National Park in California, like North Cascades National Park in Washington state, are dealing with flooding and rockslide problems.
A look back at the Civilian Conservation Corps is planned for Saturday when the 80th anniversary of the workers' program is marked at Great Smoky Mountains National Park.