Normally the park gets about 10,000 visitors a day this time of the year. Employees believe it’ll take some time to get back to those numbers.
They will get back pay for now, but the 450 workers at the Bureau of Land Management, like Kylee Moore, were furloughed for the entire 16 days.
While CBS13 was interviewing Special Agent Scott Mumper, Congress reached an agreement and he would receive an email saying he could be going back to work on Thursday.
Yosemite National Park is reopening to visitors tonight after the 16-day partial government shutdown has come to an end.
The full transcript of President Barack Obama’s remarks after the Senate vote to end the federal government shutdown on Wednesday night.
An Auburn woman fighting cancer is looking for a clinical trial that could help save her life, but she says the government shutdown is shutting down her chances of finding one.
Thanks to the partial government shutdown, hundreds of needy people in Placer County could soon have the door to their Meals on Wheels service closed, when they need it the most.
The government shutdown is sinking business at local rivers, forcing hundreds to change their weekend plans.
Greg Wright and Annie Drinkwater have the guest book they created and plenty of handmade decorations ready for their dream wedding at Lake Tahoe’s Valhalla Estate.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) — Everybody gathers around Joe, the guy who seems to have all the answers. Only he doesn’t. He’s worked in Yosemite National Park for about 30 years, and is trying […]
While congressional leaders have been summoned to the White House on the second day of a partial government shutdown, a group of Stockton students on a trip to see the nation’s monuments has been left locked outside.
“We’re going home, and we’ll be back when they call us,” she said. “I’ve packed up my plants in case it’s a long time, and I’m going to go home and figure out where I go from here.”