A small quake in San Francisco on Tuesday reminds that a much more damaging quake is due any day now.
The state's residents are adapting to what might be the new normal.
The desiccating Santa Ana winds of California may be blasting the land with fire-enhancing ozone carried all the way down from the stratosphere.
Numbers don't lie, and the data underlying California's drought do not have anything good to say.
There are some under-appreciated, San Andreas-like faults off Los Angeles that could unleash large quakes and tsunamis. But it's nothing like Hollywood's version.
The spill was estimated at 21,000 gallons of oil.
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