A former Los Angeles science teacher has a theory on when big earthquakes are more likely to occur.
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.
Monday’s morning earthquake renewed the debate over the funding of an early earthquake-warning system.
A pair of minor earthquakes that rattled the Westside over the weekend are more common than one may think – but one seismologist said Monday that doesn’t mean residents shouldn’t be prepared.
Earthquakes are part of living in California.