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Watch Yosemite Falls surge back to life after massive storm

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Watch Yosemite Falls surge back to life after massive storm

Watch Yosemite Falls surge back to life after massive storm

After a prolonged drought, heavy rains in Northern California brought water back to the iconic waterfall in Yosemite National Park.


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Southern California Wildfire Kills Two Amid Statewide Heatwave [Video]

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