Magnitude-3.5 Earthquake Hits Desert Near RidgecrestThe quake struck at 6:57 a.m. about 29 miles southwest of Ridgecrest, at a depth of 1.4 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Magnitude-3.5 Earthquake Hits CastaicThe magnitude-3.5 earthquake struck at about 6 a.m. about a mile north-northwest of Castaic and at a depth of 10 miles.
Magnitude-3.1 Earthquake Rattles Lytle CreekAccording to the U.S. Geological Survey, the magnitude-3.1 earthquake struck just before 2 a.m., about two and a half miles east-northeast of Lytle Creek.
Second Day Of Quake Swarm Rattles Ventura With 70 Estimated Earthquake EventsFor a second day in a row, a series of small earthquakes Friday jolted Ventura starting in the early morning hours and lasting into mid-afternoon.
Swarm Of Earthquakes Shake Ventura, Neighboring CitiesA magnitude-3.3 earthquake was followed by a 3.4 temblor within minutes about 4 miles west of Ventura at about 5 a.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Earthquakes Rattle Westwood, Twentynine PalmsThe area began shaking at about 8 a.m. with a magnitude-2.4 earthquake. By 9 a.m., the area had been hit by nine earthquakes ranging from 2.1 to 4.0.
Magnitude-3.4 Quake Shakes Riverside County AreaA small and shallow earthquake struck southern Riverside County early Wednesday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Northern, Central California Rattled By Series Of QuakesA magnitude-5 earthquake has rattled The Geysers region of Northern California, a rural area about 70 miles north of the San Francisco Bay Area.
California Quake Warning System Could Send Alerts By 2018Gov. Jerry Brown will seek state funds to help establish a system that issues warnings that an earthquake is occurring.
Study: Inland Ventura, Oxnard Area Vulnerable To Earthquake-Generated TsunamiInland areas of Ventura and Oxnard could be vulnerable to the effects of an earthquake-generated tsunami, according to computer models from seismologists at University of California, Riverside.
Scientists: Nearly Half Of Americans Live In Quake-Prone ZonesScientists say more than 143 million Americans in the Lower 48 states now live in earthquake-prone areas.