Residents of this apartment complex in Oakland have been forced out following a partial balcony collapse on August 24, 2015. The collapse was reportedly caused by a magnitude earthquake on August 17, 2015. (CBS)

Possibly Earthquake-Related Collapsed Walkway Displaces 20 Oakland Residents

Twenty apartment complex residents are being temporarily displaced after a cracked walkway collapsed in Oakland.


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Teenager Critically Hurt In 2014 Napa Quake Triumphs Over Injuries, Personal Loss

A teenage boy who was nearly crushed to death under a collapse chimney during last year’s 6.0-magnitude Napa earthquake is making huge strides after doctors told him he would have a tough time walking again.


A screenshot of an earthquake early warning system. (CBS)

6 Ingenious Earthquake Safety Tools To Emerge 1 Year After Napa Quake

From early warning systems that provide a 30-second countdown to robots that search for heartbeats above the rubble, here are six of the most innovative tools changing the way we think about earthquake safety.


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Napa Residents Mark One-Year Anniversary Of 6.0 Quake

Napa residents are remembering the 6.0 magnitude quake that rocked their community exactly one year ago.


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3.9 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles The Geysers

The U.S. Geological Survey reported a 3.9-magnitude earthquake Sunday morning at The Geysers on the border between Sonoma and Lake counties.


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Magnitude 3.7 Quake Shakes Mammoth Lakes in Eastern Sierra

The U.S. Geological Survey reported a 3.7-magnitude earthquake near Mammoth Lakes in the eastern Sierra Nevada mountains of Northern California.


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3.1 Magnitude Quake In Central California

A 3.1 magnitude quake struck in Central Valley, 18 miles west of Soledad.


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Crews Scrambling To Repair Several East Bay Water Mains Ruptured By 4.0 Quake

More than half a dozen water mains ruptured in the East Bay on Monday, mostly in and around the areas affected by a magnitude 4.0 earthquake Monday morning


Proposed CPMC Van Ness & Geary Hospital (San Francisco Planning Department)

New CPMC Hospital Using Goo-Filled Walls To Dampen Shaking From Earthquakes

Monday’s 4.0 magnitude earthquake was just a taste of what Bay Area faults can do, and engineers building Sutter Health’s new California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco are using technology employed in Japan that could keep the facility open in the event of the “big one.”


A screenshot of an earthquake early warning system. (CBS)

Early Warning Alerts Some Bay Area Residents 20 Seconds Before Piedmont Earthquake

Soon the question, “Did you feel it?” will be followed by, “Did you know it was coming?”