Yosemite Visitors, Businesses See Upside Of Wildfire More than 20 homes have been destroyed in a wildfire at the edge of Yosemite National Park in California, and hundreds of residents had to evacuate. Still, tourists in the Yosemite Valley are enduring the smoke-filled skies and power outages, and business is mostly going on as usual.
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Yosemite Visitors, Businesses See Upside Of Wildfire

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Yosemite Visitors, Businesses See Upside Of Wildfire

Yosemite Visitors, Businesses See Upside Of Wildfire

Yosemite Visitors, Businesses See Upside Of Wildfire

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More than 20 homes have been destroyed in a wildfire at the edge of Yosemite National Park in California, and hundreds of residents had to evacuate. Still, tourists in the Yosemite Valley are enduring the smoke-filled skies and power outages. And for this international tourist attraction, business is mostly going on as usual.

Sasha Khoka reports from member station KQED..