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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I Unit Investigates: San Jose Fire Response Times

I Unit Investigates: San Jose Fire Response Times

Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors got the go-ahead from county attorneys to audit San Jose Fire Department’s management and response times and voted unanimously to do so; it comes after NBC Bay...

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For 3rd Time in October, Rain Falls in SF, Bay Area

For 3rd Time in October, Rain Falls in SF, Bay Area

Sprinkles began pelting San Francisco and other parts of the Bay Area Monday morning - the third time it's rained in October.

500 Lbs. of Meth Seized in Calif.-Mexican Cartel Bust: AG

500 Lbs. of Meth Seized in Calif.-Mexican Cartel Bust: AG

A total of 22 people were arrested and 500 pounds of methamphetamine were seized in a drug trafficking ring linked to Mexico's Sinaloa Federation drug cartel, law enforcement officials announced on Monday.

Son Strangles Father, Bludgeons Him With Sledgehammer: Police

Son Strangles Father, Bludgeons Him With Sledgehammer: Police

A 33-year-old son was arrested on a homicide charge after Santa Rosa police say he strangled his father, and then bludgeoned him with a sledgehammer.

Alix Tichelman Lawyer: "She Did What She Was Asked"

Alix Tichelman Lawyer: "She Did What She Was Asked"

Lawyers for Alix Tichelman, the high-end escort accused of injecting a Google executive with a deadly dose of heroin, said at a hearing Monday their client "did what she was asked."

"Riotous Behavior": Police Detail NH Pumpkin Festival Chaos

"Riotous Behavior": Police Detail NH Pumpkin Festival Chaos

Eighty-four people were arrested during riots at a New Hampshire community's annual pumpkin festival, and authorities are asking for the public's help in identifying more rioters. The chaos spilled over to Keene

Gov. Brown: CA Needs Long-Term Vision on Water

Gov. Brown: CA Needs Long-Term Vision on Water

Gov. Jerry Brown laid out his long-term strategy for shoring up California's water system Monday, telling a water conference at Stanford University that the state's water crisis and the ongoing drought...