Two earthquakes have struck north of Los Angeles, shaking parts of Ventura and Los Angeles counties, but fire officials say no significant damage took place.
The U.S. Senate has approved $5 million in funding to roll out an earthquake warning system across California next year.
Calling it the “toughest plan in the country”, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled a proposal Monday to retrofit thousands of buildings that are most at risk in a major earthquake.
A magnitude-3.0 earthquake rumbled through northern Orange County just before noon Friday.
A 3.0-magnitide quake was reported north of Brea Thursday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
On the eve of the “Great ShakeOut,” Dr. Lucy Jones updated Los Angeles officials on ways the city can better prepare for an earthquake, and potential losses in the event of a quake.
A 3.3-magnitide quake was reported south of Joshua Tree, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
A 3.2-magnitide quake was reported west of Morongo Valley, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Medical and seismic experts Friday warned residents of the dangers of not being prepared for major earthquakes at home and at work.
— Preparing for an earthquake after you move into a new home or apartment should start before move-in day.
Many Southern California homes built in the early to mid 1900s won’t survive a devastating earthquake without a major retrofit.
Living in Southern California, we all know that a damaging, possibly deadly, earthquake could happen at any time.
A 3.7-Magnitude earthquake has just hit near Piru.
The City of Los Angeles is in the process of retrofitting many of its older buildings but CBS2/KCAL9 reporter Adrianna Weingold shows how that may not stand up against a massive quake.
In the wake of a strong earthquake that rattled Northern California Sunday morning, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) urged residents to remain cautious and to expect aftershocks.