California seismologists are once again mapping fault lines after a lull of nearly two decades due to budget cuts.
Experts say a bigger earthquake along the lesser-known fault that gave Southern California a moderate shake could do more damage to the region than the long-dreaded “Big One” from the more famous San Andreas Fault.
The Northridge quake changed the way scientists analyzed data.
A state lawmaker from Torrance wants Sacramento to boost funding to map active earthquake faults to prevent buildings from being constructed near dangerous faults.
The future of San Rafael Elementary School may be on very shaky ground.
Anyone with an Internet connection can now find out whether the house they want to buy is on one of California’s earthquake faults.