Two small earthquakes have struck a sparsely populated area of the Southern California desert, but there have been no reports of any damages or injuries.
A magnitude-4.1 earthquake shook an area near the Salton Sea but there have been no reports of damages or injuries.
The Salton Sea was built due to human error and reminds as a stark reminder.
Salton Sea was created accidentally and all but abandoned, but today you can visit and see the ruins for yourself.
There is nothing like a great relaxing drive through the California desert. The drive from the Salton Sea to Escondido is a beautiful one, with lots of great things to see and do along the way.
A quake measuring a magnitude 3.0 struck near the Salton Sea.
Months after an unusual stench blanketed parts of Southern California, local smog regulators have approved a $200,000 system to monitor the stench, it was reported Saturday.
Air quality investigators have confirmed that a foul stench that stretched across Southern California came from the Salton Sea.
Homeowners in the Imperial Valley and across the Southland may be rethinking their insurance coverage after a swarm of light to moderate earthquakes has left the region rattled.
A swarm of over two dozen earthquakes has done little to disrupt the lives of residents and sheriff’s deputies.
Researchers have discovered some faults near the Salton Sea that they believe could trigger “The Big One”.
Researchers at the Scripps Institution For Oceanography warn that man’s interference with the Colorado River could set the stage for a major earthquake along the San Andres Fault.
Officials say the odor that has plagued the desert town can likely be blamed on a nearby water treatment plant.