Body found in Kings Canyon National park is Santa Cruz hiker, teacher Gregory Muck

The body of a man found Wednesday in Kings Canyon National Park is that of a Santa Cruz hiker Gregory Muck, who has been missing since Sunday, state authorities said Thursday. Muck was a teacher in Fremont.  
Courtesy of Shannon Muck
The body of a man found Wednesday in Kings Canyon National Park is that of a Santa Cruz hiker Gregory Muck, who has been missing since Sunday, state authorities said Thursday. Muck was a teacher in Fremont.  
 
Courtesy of Shannon Muck
The Kings National Park search for a 46-year-old Santa Cruz hiker and Fremont elementary school teacher was suspended temporarily Wednesday after park officials located a body near Mount Gardiner in Kings Canyon National Park.  
 
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Construction workers caused a gas leak near Warm Springs Boulevard in Fremont on Wednesday. The leak was fixed about 1 p.m.  
 
Van-Anh "Vanessa" Vo received a grant to produce "The Odyssey--From Vietnam to America," her 45-minute composition about the "boat people" who fled the war-torn nation. Vo's multimedia production will be performed next year at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.  
 
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks officials issued a missing person alert Tuesday for Gregory Muck, 46, a Fremont elementary-school teacher who lives in Santa Cruz. Muck was supposed to return Sunday from a backpacking trip in the Sierras.  
 
Courtesy of Shannon Muck
A Santa Cruz man described as an experienced hiker failed to return home Sunday from a backpacking trip in the Sierra.  
 
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