In the days leading up to Friday's 20th anniversary of the devastating 1994 Northridge Earthquake, KPCC will explore the quake's history, its effects and its legacy.
The massive quake that hit Southern California in 1994 came without warning. How close is California to an earthquake warning system?
Key events connected to the Northridge Earthquake and its aftermath in the days, weeks, months and years following the devastating natural disaster.
More than 40 Los Angeles firefighters have fully contained a small blaze by Interstate 405 that's impacted traffic in the San Fernando Valley.
Three people were killed when their Cadillac Escalade hit a tree and burst into flames in South Los Angeles early Sunday morning.
The city of 97,000 people could be the first in California to disband in 40 years if council members vote to start the process Thursday.
Hundreds of people showed up for a community meeting to express their concern about new wells that have been approved for the Jefferson Park neighborhood.
Baca's appearance at the annual service was the first public event he's held since announcing his retirement earlier in the week.
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Joe Sauer has reason to remember the Northridge Earthquake of Jan. 17, 1994: The epicenter was literally close to home.
KPCC's Patt Morrison writes with a commentary on earthquakes, the weather, the Los Angeles riots of 1992 and how the rest of the America looks at California.
The northbound and southbound lanes of the PCH in Orange County have been closed by a rockslide. A large boulder and other debris fell into lanes just before 4 a.m.
Among the usual commuting disruptions is a full closure on the 60 West. The connector from the 57 to the 60 freeway will also be closed through the weekend.
Officials will not make his name public because his family has not been notified. Investigators are still trying to determine why he was in a South Pasadena crosswalk.
Wind gusts between 45 mph and 50 mph are expected in the mountains and forecasters say the winds could prove hazardous for high-profile vehicles.
President Obama is using the anniversary of the War on Poverty to establish poverty-fighting "Promise Zones" in cities across the across the country.