The East Bay was jolted shortly after 6 a.m. — again.
A magnitude 3.4 earthquake startled Berkeley and other East Bay residents early Wednesday morning.
The earthquake rumbled through Berkeley in the middle of the Warriors playoff game.
A small volunteer group is building a radio communications network so Berkleley neighborhoods can communicate during emergencies when the power grid and internet are down.
According to early data from the US Geological Service, the quake had its epicenter 13 kilometers under Claremont Avenue, just near the Claremont Hotel.
Take part in a five-minute earthquake drill wherever you are Oct. 19 and start the process of preparing for a disaster.
The campus conducted a massive earthquake drill Friday morning.
A full-scale campus exercise is planned to practice and evaluate the campus’s response to a magnitude 6.8 earthquake on the Hayward Fault.
A quake whose epicenter was Kensington, just north of Berkeley shook the city Wednesday at noon.
The city of Berkeley has just launched a new disaster alert system set to replace the old way of spreading the word about emergencies.
The principal did it. The janitor did it. The students did it. At 10:20 a.m. last Thursday, everyone at LeConte Elementary School in Berkeley participated in the Great ShakeOut earthquake drill. They dropped under the nearest table, covered their heads, and held on tight. The purpose of the annual ShakeOut event is to raise awareness of […]
A magnitude 3.5 earthquake startled Berkeley and other East Bay residents early Tuesday morning. Its epicenter was near the Warren Freeway, State Route 13, near Joaquin Miller Road, the USGS reports. The earthquake was recorded at 12:50 a.m., according to the U.S. Geological Service, with a depth of 2.98 miles. A number of reports came in on Twitter […]