Dec 11, 2011

Earthquakes Threaten CA Schools

Earthquakes Threaten CA Schools

Could the school year be called off on account of earthquake? Maybe, because the state agency tasked with ensuring schoolhouse safety in California isn't doing its job, according to a report.

Aug 23, 2011

Earthquakes: East Coast vs. West Coast

Earthquakes: East Coast vs. West Coast

"Rocks on the East Coast are better transmitters of energy that rocks on the West Coast," said Dr. Lucy Jones, of Caltech in Pasadena. "Out here they are broken up. On the East Coast, the rocks are...

Oct 20, 2011

Quake Survival Kits for Work, Home, Car

Quake Survival Kits for Work, Home, Car

When the big one hits, experts say mobile survival kits will be key.

Apr 18, 2014
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By Mathew Luschek

The Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake

Images from the great 1906 earthquake of San Francisco. See Full Gallery

Oct 13, 2011

$4.6 Million for Earthquake Research

$4.6 Million for Earthquake Research

Current quake research includes just 100 years of seismic history.

Oct 12, 2011

Before an Earthquake: What You Should Know

Before an Earthquake: What You Should Know

Click on the links for earthquake information.

Jun 27, 2011
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By Jonathan Lloyd

What You'll Find Along the San Andreas Fault

A look at what you'll find along the southern portion of the 800-mile-long... See Full Gallery

Mar 18, 2011
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By Amanda Martinez

Dramatic Photos: Devastation in Japan

A magnitude 8.9 earthquake slammed Japan's northeastern coast Friday, unleashing... See Full Gallery

Apr 7, 2011
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By Lori Preuitt

March 2011: Tsunami Hits California Coast

Those tsunami warnings were real this time. Just look at Santa Cruz harbor. See Full Gallery

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Obama Surprises Diners at Chicago Steakhouse

Obama Surprises Diners at Chicago Steakhouse

President Barack Obama surprised diners at River North's RPM Steak Wednesday night during his Chicago visit, ahead of a planned speech and a campaign event for Gov. Pat Quinn. The president is in the city for a...

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SF Reaches $15M Settlement in Park Death

SF Reaches $15M Settlement in Park Death

San Francisco will pay $15 million to the family of a woman who was fatally struck by a city pickup truck last year while she lay with her baby in a public park.

Single Incident Puts Big Strain on San Jose Police Force

Single Incident Puts Big Strain on San Jose Police Force

Some San Jose police officers are making a worried plea after one small emergency put a big strain on an overworked department.

SFFD Battalion Chiefs Turn Up Heat on Hayes-White

SFFD Battalion Chiefs Turn Up Heat on Hayes-White

San Francisco’s mayor received another letter expressing no confidence in San Francisco’s embattled fire chief on Wednesday. This time it’s from the department’s battalion chiefs.

Hazmat Team Investigates South Bay Fish Deaths

Hazmat Team Investigates South Bay Fish Deaths

What is killing the fish in San Jose's Guadalupe River? It might be a combination of the drought and last week’s rain.

Ebola Patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, Flew to Dallas Via D.C.

Ebola Patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, Flew to Dallas Via D.C.

The patient diagnosed with Ebola in Dallas has been identified as a Liberian man named Thomas Eric Duncan, health officials confirmed to NBC News and the Associated Press. He is believed to have flown to...

Santa Clara Co. Looks to Alleviate Traffic Congestion

Santa Clara Co. Looks to Alleviate Traffic Congestion

Santa Clara County is looking into easing traffic congestion at known troubled spots and intersections with a new traffic study.