U.S. Geological Survey
Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday ordered creation of a statewide earthquake early warning system that could give millions of Californians a few precious seconds of warning before a powerful temblor strikes.
A magnitude-4.0 earthquake shook part of the Southland Wednesday.
An earthquake that registered with a magnitude of 2.8 struck between Marina del Rey and El Segundo on Sunday night.
A 2.6-magnitude earthquake hit near Pomona Monday night.
A small earthquake rattled the high desert area east of Los Angeles on Monday.
A minor earthquake rattled Newhall early Friday morning.
A 3.2-magnitude earthquake stuck a section of San Bernardino County Thursday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude 3.4 earthquake struck shortly after midnight Monday.
Friday’s magnitude-8.9 earthquake in Japan was so powerful it shifted the Earth on its axis and slightly shortened the length of a day.
Seismologists with the U.S. Geological Survey at Caltech say tsunami-related activity will likely continue through Friday afternoon.
A small earthquake has shaken Long Beach and nearby areas of Southern California.
How would you like to be the first on your block to have your own earthquake sensor?