Millions of Californians will duck for cover Thursday morning in one of the largest earthquake drills in the world.
Transportation officials say it wasn't possible to close only one lane of the San Francisco Bay Bridge.
Tens of thousands of commuters who usually cross the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge each day were forced to come up with alternative plans for Tuesday as officials announced that work on the bridge would not be completed by morning.
Crews are scrambling to repair a crack found on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge during a planned closure, but officials said Sunday they don't know if the bridge will reopen Tuesday as scheduled.
A magnitude 4.7 earthquake and multiple aftershocks shook the south San Francisco Bay Area on Thursday morning.
In a pattern that dismally recalls what happened after 1992's Hurricane Andrew, the insurance industry has upped its estimates of how much January's Los Angeles earthquake will cost insurers. The f...
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