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Fault research shakes up Hayward

Fault research shakes up Hayward
September 21, 2016

If the proverbial tree falls in a forest but no one’s around to hear it, it might not make a sound, but it’s still a hazard. If the tree has the potential to fall on a person, Luther Strayer considers...

Enthusiasm curbed for Hayward landmark

Enthusiasm curbed for Hayward landmark
July 13, 2016

For decades, geologists, teachers and residents had flocked to the corner of Rose and Prospect Streets in North Hayward just east of Mission Boulevard near the La Piñata restaurant to study and observe...

Quakes swarm East Bay city

GRAPHIC BY TAM DUONG JR/THE PIONEER
November 4, 2015

Bay Area residents are familiar with earthquakes, but nearly 500 in three weeks is odd. This has been the reality for San Ramon, which has felt 535 earthquakes in 22 days. It began with a micro earthquake...

Is CSUEB earthquake safety a major issue?

Infographic by Louis LaVenture & Tam Duong Jr.
September 2, 2015

Two 4.0 magnitude earthquakes shook the Hayward Fault Line in the last month, the first in Fremont and the latter in Piedmont. The 2.4 magnitude aftershock followed the first quake less than an hour later....

Local schools prep for earthquakes

November 13, 2014

San Leandro’s city council worked with local school districts on Monday to determine how they can work together with the fire department to handle emergency situations like earthquakes. Representatives...

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