A magnitude 5.1 earthquake near San Jose shook Berkeley on Tuesday morning, according to preliminary information from the U.S. Geological Survey. It was the largest quake in the Bay Area since 2014.
Berkeley will no longer funnel messages from AC Alert to Nixle to prevent redundant messages and confusion, the city announced.
The epicenter of the quake, which was reported at 6:29 p.m., was not far from Lake Chabot in San Lorenzo.
The trembler had a quake depth of about 3.4 miles.
A magnitude 3.8 earthquake shook Berkeley on Thursday morning, according to preliminary information from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Described as a “rumble rumble bump,” the quake’s epicenter was in the hills near the Berkeley-Oakland border.
The temporary relocation addresses safety issues but not the longterm future of Oxford.
Registration in Thursday’s Great California ShakeOut earthquake drill is up slightly — but experts look to increase participation.
Engineers found that the North Berkeley school could sustain major structural damage during an earthquake.
Scientists behind the MyShake app hope the citizen science project will eventually create a worldwide earthquake early-warning network.
A magnitude 4.3 earthquake shook Berkeley and the East Bay on Tuesday afternoon, according to preliminary reports from the U.S. Geological Service.
Since 2006, we have been due for another major, destructive earthquake along the Hayward Fault. The recent SoCal quakes are just a stark reminder that we need to be ready for it.