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Are You Ready for the Next Quake?

  There’s nothing quite like a near-miss emergency to remind us to review our own level of readiness if another earthquake were to strike even closer to home—or stronger.

Today, we get a quick check on what basic preparedness steps we should be taking.

The County of Sonoma offers the following suggestions for items to be contained in Disaster Preparedness Kits for Personal, Home, and Auto use. Additional supplies such as water, food, and medical supplies may need to be added to adequately prepare for the severity of a long-term emergency - See more here. And the Totally Unprepared website has further tips, suggestions and information.

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Feb 04

Study Links Oil And Gas Activity in California To Earthquakes

ALSO: El Niño, which helped increase precipitation in California last month, is taking a break.
Feb 03

Community Colleges Offer Upbeat Message On Student Success

ALSO: A new report finds the agency that oversees hazardous waste in California can’t keep up with its responsibilities.
Feb 03

SMART Roll-out Gathers Momentum

SMART Trains are now making frequent but irregular test runs, creating changes and possible risks along the railroad tracks as they ramp up to starting regular runs later in the year.
Feb 02

Presidential Authority to Declare National Monuments Upheld

Southern California environmentalists are relieved by a Senate vote yesterday that could have blocked the creation of three new National Monuments there.
Feb 02

Water Conservation Continues Downward Slide

ALSO: The latest measurement of Sierra Nevada snowpack Tuesday showed storms are making a difference - so far - this winter.