LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Some Southern Californians were shaken out of bed Saturday morning by a small earthquake that rattled homes across the Inland Empire region and caused buildings to sway in downtown Los Angeles.
Two small earthquakes occurred Wednesday morning in the Inland Empire. One occurred at 10:16 a.m. and was centered about three miles southwest of San Bernardino and 53 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. It registered magnitude 2.0.... Read Post
A moderate earthquake rattled Southern California on Saturday morning, shaking homes across the Inland Empire region and causing buildings to sway in downtown Los Angeles. Read Post