The threat of a tsunami in California and the west coast was still being assessed Monday afternoon following an 8.0 earthquake off Alaska’s Aleutian Islands, according to officials.
A massive 7.9 revised magnitude earthquake off Alaska’s remote Aleutian Islands has triggered a regional tsunami, with reports of water already leaving some harbors including Adak Harbor, as the waves begin to come in.
Seismologists recorded a 7.2 preliminary magnitude earthquake that struck New Zealand Monday.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported a magnitude 3.0 earthquake Saturday morning less than a mile northeast of Union City.
A small earthquake shook an area near Salinas Tuesday evening.
Caltrans inspectors last month found a damaged seismic expansion joint showing signs of premature wear on the westbound side of the Carquinez Bridge, agency officials said Thursday.
An earthquake with a preliminary of magnitude of 2.7 struck late Monday night near the Alameda County community of Ashland, according to the United States Geological Survey.
A light earthquake rattled an area in Humboldt County Monday afternoon.
Newly developed technology by a Scotts Valley company can give schools, cities, and businesses a 10 to 30 second advance warning of an earthquake depending on their distance from the epicenter.
The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting an earthquake Sunday evening in the west Los Angeles area.