New study reveals California may be overdue for earthquake
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To the index tonight, the earthquake warning in southern California. A new study of the San Andreas fault suggesting the area of los Angeles is long overdue for a major earthquake. Possibly a magnitude 7.5 or greater. Revealing quakes happen there every 100 years. The last major earthquake taking
The Governor's Office of Emergency Services asked Southern California residents to remain on heightened alert until Tuesday for the increased possibility of a major earthquake along the San Andreas fault.
Concerns that Southern California could in the next few days get hit by a massive earthquake , the so-called "big one," has been met with dark humor by some on social media. The Governor's Office of Emergency Services asked Southern California residents to remain on heightened alert until Tuesday
To be a knicks tonight to church arson suspect arrested in Fort Pierce Florida police say surveillance video clearly shows importing gasoline. On the front door then setting it on fire investigators noticing he was wearing slippers at the time suggesting he lived nearby they found him wearing the
Officials say there were no immediate reports of damage after the earthquake hit the Palm Springs area.
To the index. And the new warning about the big one hitting southern California. A leading earthquake scientist predicting the San Andreas fault is, quote, locked, loaded, and ready to roll. He says stress has been building along the state's longest fault line for more than a century now. The last
Three deadly earthquakes have struck in the past week -- twice in Japan and once in Ecuador -- leaving many wondering if quakes in the two countries separated by the Pacific Ocean could be connected. But two earthquake experts debunked that theory. "The occurrence of earthquakes in time is more or
as the earthquake sirens wail. And this comes on the heels of two big ghax Japan, where rescuers are searching for survivors now amidst aftershocks. In a moment, we're going to ask an expert, could these quakes trigger a problem for us at home? Reporter: Good morning, Paula and Dan. This is the
Unlike in the movie, an 8.3-magnitude quake is likely the worst California could expect, a seismologist said.