Small earthquake felt in west Los Angeles


LOS ANGELES — A small earthquake struck the Baldwin Hills section of Los Angeles on Sunday night, jangling nerves but causing no apparent damage. The quake was measured at 3.5 on the Richter Scale and was centered southwest of View Park and 

Smartphone sensors could be used in the future to give officials a five-second warning if a major earthquake is set to strike. It may not seem much, but it would allow enough time to sound alarms and shut…

A 3.5-magnitude earthquake struck the Baldwin Hills area Sunday night, hours after a 2.5-magnitude temblor jolted the same area, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The Los Angeles Fire Department said it went into "earthquake mode" following the 

People in Cape May and Atlantic counties are reporting what some believe have been an earthquake, though others believe it may have been more akin to a sonic boom. Some have placed the time at about noon, while 

Smartphone sensors could be used in the future to give officials a five-second warning if a major earthquake is set to strike. It may not seem much, but it would allow enough time to sound alarms and shut…