If anyone knows a thing or two about earthquakes, it’s the people of Los Angeles. Being prepared for the next big quake comes with the territory.
In the case of an emergency, how quickly can you find the contact numbers you need?
We live in a dangerous world and catastrophes are inevitable. Whether it be a natural disaster like a tornado or man-made like a chemical spill; being prepared for the unexpected can mean the difference between life and death.
After a long cold winter, people happily welcome the glorious spring weather. Unfortunately the spring season also brings on the tradition of major house cleaning.
More than a dozen areas in the United States have been shaken in recent years by small earthquakes triggered by oil and gas drilling, a government report released Thursday found.
Scientists say more than 143 million Americans in the Lower 48 states now live in earthquake-prone areas.
About 5,500 more people could survive a major tsunami hitting the U.S. if they just walk a little faster to higher ground after roads are knocked out, a new study shows.
There are no reports of damage or injury.
Just days after Governor Jerry Brown ordered state-wide reductions during one of the worst droughts in the state’s history, the Val Verde facilities lost a total of 82,000 gallons following a water pump malfunction.
A series of small earthquakes hit the Santa Clarita area just before 8 a.m. Saturday, according to the US Geological Survey.
The federal government has suspended $154 million in funding for a troubled Los Angeles County emergency system and ordered work to stop immediately.
A magnitude-4.1 earthquake shook an area near the Salton Sea but there have been no reports of damages or injuries.
A series of small earthquakes has struck near the mountain resort town of Mammoth Lakes in California’s Eastern Sierra.
To live in California is to deal with earthquakes. Here is a short list of some of the state’s most devastating earthquakes.
A seismologist says a series of more than 600 earthquakes during a 24-hour period in the Mammoth Lakes region may have been caused by water pressure from area hot springs.