What To Do During An Earthquake If You Are InsideFast reflexes and split-second timing help in any situation but do not take the place of planning in the event of an earthquake.
SoCal Fault May Bring Quakes Worse Than San Andreas 'Big One'Experts say a bigger earthquake along the lesser-known fault that gave Southern California a moderate shake could do more damage to the region than the long-dreaded "Big One" from the more famous San Andreas Fault.
About The Bay: San Francisco Makes Plans To Feed Thousands In Case Of DisasterSan Francisco officials have been cooking up unique plans to feed the thousands of refugees they assume will need assistance in the days after a disaster strikes.
Small Earthquake Shakes Fremont AreaAn earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 2.7 shook near Fremont Sunday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
San Francisco Shores Up Local Reservoirs For Quake PreparednessSan Francisco's water managers say there shouldn't be water access issues in the event of a giant earthquake, now that they've completed billions of dollars in seismic upgrades to local reservoirs such as Crystal Springs Reservoir in San Mateo County.
Jerry Rice Leads SF Rally To Promote Quake PreparednessSan Francisco 49ers legend Jerry Rice helped transform Union Square into an earthquake preparedness zone Friday.
Concord Residents Reach Out To Japanese Sister CityThere were plenty of tense moments as the Ambassador Program participants struggled to make contact with their Kitakami counterparts.
ConsumerWatch: Putting Emergency Food Rations To The TestThere is a 99 percent chance we’ll be hit by a major earthquake within the next 30 years. When disaster strikes, there is now a way to feed your family for an entire month on less than $100.
Fisherman's Wharf Merchants Prepare For The Next Big QuakeFisherman's Wharf merchants practiced their emergency preparedness skills on Friday. The event coincides with Sunday’s 21st anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake.
San Francisco Fleet Week Getting RevitalizedThere was a time when Fleet Week was one of the Bay Area's biggest and most popular annual events. That's changed in recent years, and organizers are determined to restore Fleet Week to its former glory this year, with a renewed emphasis on emergency preparedness.