The state Assembly will vote today on a bill to assess the number of buildings in the state that are susceptible to a major earthquake - many of which are in Southern California. KVCR's Benjmain Purper has more.
Hundreds of buildings across the Inland Empire are vulnerable to extreme damage and danger to occupants in the event of a major earthquake. The analysis by the Los Angeles Times finds IE officials have not responded to the vulnerability like officials in Coastal communities have. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
A little-known section of the San Jacinto Fault in Southern California could erupt with a damaging earthquake a lot sooner than once thought. A research team at UC Riverside made the discovery by using a new technique in seismic detection. Details from The California Report's Steven Cuevas.
A new study says an earthquake fault running from San Diego to Los Angeles is capable of producing a magnitude 7.4 temblor that could affect some of the most densely-populated areas in California. KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.