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Magnitude 3.4 Earthquake Shakes Area North Of HealdsburgA small earthquake struck in the far North Bay Tuesday about 14 miles north of Healdsburg.
Magnitude 3.5 Earthquake Hits Off NorCal CoastA magnitude 3.5 earthquake struck in far Northern California Monday morning, the USGS reported.
Magnitude 3.0 Earthquake Hits Near GilroyA preliminary 3.0 magnitude earthquake has been reported Sunday evening near Gilroy, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Magnitude 4.9, 2.6 Earthquakes Hit Bakersfield AreaA pair of earthquakes hit the Bakersfield area Tueaday afternoon, the USGS reported.
Magnitude 6.3 Earthquake Hits ChileA powerful earthquake has hit Chile Tuesday evening, but no injuries or damage was immediately reported.
Magnitude 6.7 Earthquake Strikes IndiaIndia’s remote northeast region has been hit by a 6.7 magnitude earthquake but there was no immediate word on casualties.
Pair Of Magnitude 4+ Earthquakes Shake North, South Ends Of CaliforniaA pair of earthquakes registering over magnitude 4 struck both ends of California Tuesday evening, according to the USGS.
Magnitude 4.8 Earthquake Strikes Off NorCal Coast Near EurekaA magnitude 4.8 earthquakes struck off the coast of Eureka Monday evening, according to the USGS.
Pair Of Powerful 6.9 Magnitude Earthquakes Hit ChileA pair of powerful earthquakes struck Chile Tuesday, but did not create a tsunami threat, according to the USGS.
Magnitude 6.6 Aftershock Hits Chile Just Days After 8.3 EarthquakeA magnitude 6.6 aftershock struck near the coast of Chile Monday, just days after a <a href="http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2015/09/16/massive-earthquake-rocks-chile/">massive 8.3 magnitude quake</a> hit the area, but there was no immediate tsunami threat.
New CPMC Hospital Using Goo-Filled Walls To Dampen Shaking From EarthquakesMonday’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.”