New Earthquake Map Tool Shows If Bay Area Homes Are On Solid GroundA new map online can tell you if your house is standing on solid ground in the event of a strong earthquake.
ShakeAlert, CA's 1st Earthquake Warning System, To Be Tested In OaklandOakland is preparing to test ShakeAlert, California's first earthquake warning system. Thousands can expect to receive an emergency alert on their phones on Wednesday.
Earthquake Alerts To Cellphones Being Tested In Downtown Oakland WednesdayThis test of the Wireless Emergency Alert system is being coordinated by the Cal OES and the USGS, in partnership with the city and county.
Small Earthquake Rumbles Oakland HillsA magnitude 2.8 earthquake struck along the Hayward Fault in the Oakland hills around 10:41 p.m. Friday
Early Morning Quake Jolts Wine CountryA 3.7 magnitude earthquake early Sunday morning, rumbled through Northern California's Wine Country, jolting local residents from their beds but causing little damage or injuries..
3 Earthquakes Strike Off Cape Mendocino Sunday AfternoonAn earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.5 struck Sunday afternoon just offshore from Petrolia on California's rugged North Coast.
Breed Issues Order To Strengthen Skyscrapers Ahead Of Next Big QuakeSan Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Thursday she’s issuing an executive directive to strengthen the city’s tallest buildings.
Early Morning Piedmont Quake Awakens East BayA 3.4 magnitude earthquake on the Hayward Fault in Piedmont jolted East Bay residents from their beds early Wednesday.
Magnitude 6.1 Quake Strikes Aleutian Islands; No Tsunami ExpectedOfficials say a strong earthquake has struck in a remote area of the Aleutian Islands near Alaska but a tsunami is not expected.
Widely Felt Quake, Aftershocks Rattle Salinas ValleyAn earthquake swarm along the San Andreas Fault, the largest measuring a 4.1 magnitude, rumbled through the Hollister area and the Salinas Valley Friday, rattling nerves but causing no major damage.
West Coast Quake Warning System Now Operational With LimitsAutomated alerts from the fledgling West Coast earthquake early warning system are ready to be used broadly by businesses, utilities, schools and other entities but not for mass public notification.