San Leandro 3.9 Earthquake Prompts Questions About Quake AlertsScientists still can't predict earthquakes, but they can provide a little bit of a warning. ShakeAlert is all about seconds, even fractions of seconds. Monday's Bay Area quake is great example of that.
UPDATE: 3.9 Earthquake Rattles Nerves Across Bay Area, Centered In San Leandro A 3.9 magnitude earthquake centered in the East Bay near the Hayward Fault shook a wide swath of the Bay Area Monday evening.
3.6 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes San Jose, South BayA small earthquake struck in San Jose Thursday morning, shaking a wide area of the South Bay.
Earthquake Rumbles Through Central Valley Near CoalingaA 3.6 magnitude earthquake rumbled through the Central Valley near Coalinga Tuesday, jolting local residents but not causing any major damage.
Multiple Earthquakes Rattle Sierra Nevada Near Truckee Thursday NightA series of earthquakes rumbled across the Sierra Nevada mountains north of Lake Tahoe Thursday night.
Small Earthquake Rattles Nerves In Oakland Hills; '4 Seconds Of Pure Anxiety'An early Wednesday morning earthquake may have been small in magnitude, but it's epicenter in a quiet neighborhood near Oakland's Lake Temescal led to it being widely felt by local residents who were jolted awake.
Magnitude 4.2 Earthquake Strikes Northern Sonoma CountyA magnitude 4.2 earthquake struck far northern Sonoma County late Monday morning.
3.4-Magnitude Earthquake Rumbles Though Wine CountryA 3.4 magnitude quake rumbled near Calistoga Saturday morning and was felt across California's Wine Country.
3.4 Earthquake Shakes Area South Of GilroyAn small earthquake shook an area south of Gilroy Wednesday morning along the Monterey-San Benito county line.
Tsunami Hazard Maps Released For Alameda, Monterey, San Mateo CountiesCalifornia has added interactive maps for several counties in the state, including three in the greater Bay Area, as part of its ongoing Tsunami Hazard Area project.
Magnitude 3.3 Earthquake Strikes East Of GilroyA magnitude 3.3. earthquake struck southern Santa Clara County Wednesday afternoon, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.