A San Fernando Valley lawmaker is among several members of Congress calling for funding of an early warning system that could alert residents before an earthquake hits.
A pair of small earthquakes rattled the Southland within one hour of each other Thursday, according to reports.
Insurance Information Network of California spokesperson Tully Lehman says often homeowners don’t opt in because premiums are pricey and don’t make long-term financial sense. Others aren’t taking the risk.
The shaking may have stopped following Friday’s 5.1 temblor in La Habra, but experts warn earthquake-proofing your home could still prevent serious injury when another hits.
An elementary school in Brea remained closed Monday after officials were concerned about asbestos exposure from damage caused by Friday’s 5.1-magnitude earthquake.
Residents living near the La Habra epicenter where a magnitude-5.1 earthquake struck Friday remain on edge following more than 130 aftershocks.
Fullerton Fire Department Battalion Chief John Stokes said at least 73 people were now displaced by the temblor.
Authorities say a home in Fullerton has been red-tagged following Friday night’s magnitude-5.1 earthquake.
A magnitude-3.4 earthquake has struck near La Habra Saturday morning, several hours after a larger, 5.1 quake hit the region.
A 5.1-magnitude quake struck the La Habra area on Friday at 9:09 p.m., but given our emails, the entire Southland felt it.
A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck La Habra Friday night more than an hour after a smaller quake shook the area, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
A possible broken pipe may have caused oil to seep onto the streets of Wilmington overnight Tuesday, officials said.
The 4.4-magnitude shaker Monday morning got many Southern California residents talking about earthquake preparedness.
A 4.4-magnitude earthquake and at least six aftershocks shook Southern California Monday morning.
The city of Santa Monica is planning to spend more than $100,000 within the next year on a survey that will identify potentially dangerous buildings during a major earthquake, according to the Los Angeles Times.