A state official says damage from the 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Southern California was not as bad as authorities expected.
Mark S. Ghilarducci, director of the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services, said Saturday that Ridgecrest and Trona suffered structure fires, gas leaks, power outages, road damage and rock slides.
After back-to-back quakes on Thursday and Friday, about 200 people were in shelters and cleanup work is underway in San Bernardino and Kern counties.
Tourists visiting Hollywood Boulevard stopped to chat about their reaction to the first earthquake that hit the state of California. The 6.4 e…
A strong earthquake rattled a large swath of Southern California on Thursday, rattling nerves and causing some damage in a town near the epice…