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Earthquake California Orange County
California Earthquake Authority (CEA) is a not-for-profit, privately funded, publicly managed organization that provides residential earthquake insurance and encourages Californians to reduce their risk of earthquake losses.
Whether you own a house, mobilehome, condo unit, or you rent, California Earthquake Authority (CEA) has a residential earthquake insurance policy that gives you the strength to rebuild and recover.
A magnitude-4.3 earthquake struck a Baja California town in Mexico on Friday morning.
The magnitude 8.2 earthquake that ravaged southern Mexico on Sept. 7 was the largest to shake the country in nearly a century. Like California, Mexico is a seismically active region that has seen smaller quakes that have caused death and destruction. But the Sept. 7 temblor is a reminder that even ...
A magnitude-5.1 earthquake struck the Los Angeles area Friday night, jolting nearby communities and breaking water mains in some neighborhoods. Its epicenter was in Orange County, one mile east of La Habra and four miles north of Fullerton, the U.S. Geological Survey said. Shortly after the ...
A preliminary-magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Friday morning in the Gulf of California, just west of Mexico's Sinaloa state.
Not all of California opposes President Donald Trump's immigration policies. The Orange County Board of Supervisors has voted to join the federal government in a lawsuit against California's "sanctuary" law.
LOS ANGELES -- An earthquake has shaken Southern California, and authorities say there have been no reports of damage or injury. The United States Geological Survey reports that the quake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.0 occurred just after 2 a.m. Thursday. It was centered about eight miles ...
A magnitude-6.0 earthquake rattled through Northern California early Sunday morning, the largest temblor to hit the Napa Valley area in nearly 25 years.
Officials from California's Orange County are pushing back against the state's sanctuary-state law. But will they actually mean anything?