National Park Service

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Noun1.National Park Service - an agency of the Interior Department responsible for the national parksNational Park Service - an agency of the Interior Department responsible for the national parks
Department of the Interior, DoI, Interior Department, Interior - the United States federal department charged with conservation and the development of natural resources; created in 1849
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Staff at Central Park, which is modelled on Birkenhead Park, used a headcam to walk around the site with the footage broadcast live back to Pyramids Shopping Centre, giving the Merseyside Junior Rangers a taste of life in the US park.
The property that the Park is situated upon was transferred to the City by the Federal Government and any easements or other alterations thereon are subject to approval from the US Park Service.
Event founder and Event Director Steve Nearman's event is run on US Park Service roads in Virginia for up to 8 miles of the race's 13.
A RAMBO-style gun fugitive killed himself as police closed in on him yesterday after he shot dead a US park ranger.
The group's relationship with police has been generally peaceful, though US Park Police officers on Sunday arrested 31 protesters who refused to dismantle and get down from an unfinished wooden structure they had built in the park.
US Park Police have an arrest warrant out for Oscar Ortega-Hernandez, who is believed to be connected to the earlier incident.
Shots were reported fired Friday night between the White House and the Washington Monument, setting off a flurry of law enforcement activity, CNN reported citing a US Park Police spokesman.
Hannah was arrested on Tuesday after she sat down on the pavement near the White House and refused orders from US Park Police to move.
Hannah sat down on the pavement near the White House and refused orders from US Park Police to move.
The attack took place close to Canyon Village, Wyoming, when the man, 57, and his wife were walking through the famous US park.
They didn't let us park even for 10 minutes, and the spaces were empty when we came out.
US Park Police Sergeant David Schlosser said the gunman walked into the museum with what he described as a "long gun" and exchanged fire with security guards.

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