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The declaration, made almost a week after the quake struck American Canyon, will allow the county to receive state and federal recovery assistance if it is made available.
The Oakland native and long-time Los Angeles-area resident relocated to Vallejo in April and already has plans to pass along the skills she's picked up as part of a cable TV news station back east, a Los Angeles Times writer, a book author and a public school teacher.
I was awoken with quite a jolt Sunday morning. But it was nothing compared to what the folks in Napa County felt.
The fire was reported at 3:40 p.m. in marshland near the junction of state Highways 37 and 29, Vallejo fire spokesman Mark Libby said.
A series of aftershocks today to Sunday's magnitude 6.0 earthquake northwest of American Canyon, caused some more damage to bridges and roadways in the Napa are, California Highway Patrol officials announced.
Is California ready, insurance-wise, for a mammoth quake as large or larger than the 1906 quake and fire that devastated San Francisco? Is California ready, insurance-wise, for a mammoth quake as large or larger than the 1906 quake and fire that devastated San Francisco? In the aftermath of Sunday's 6.0 earthquake centered near American Canyon by ... (more)
Napa Valley Vintners , a trade group that represents 500 wineries in the famed wine-growing region, said Wednesday afternoon it will donate $10 million towards earthquake relief efforts in the vicinity.
Initial post-earthquake inspections found no damage to any city systems or facilities and further inspections Tuesday also find no substantial damage, City Manager Dana Shigley said.
Sacramento, Calif. - The Structural Engineers Association of California issues the following response by Michael Cochran, SEAOC Board President, Reinhard Ludke, and Ken O'Dell: As the Napa region works to recover from the strongest California earthquake in 20-plus years, the rest of the State should be on notice that Sunday's 6.0M American Canyon ... (more)
All but one of Napa Valley Unified School District's campuses will reopen for classes Wednesday after being closed for two days while engineers inspected them for possible damage from Sunday morning's 6.0-magnitude earthquake near American Canyon, Superintendent Patrick Sweeney announced this afternoon.
Power is back on citywide, business is trickling back into downtown, and the first day of school arrives Wednesday.
Four aftershocks rattled the North Bay early Tuesday morning, including a 3.9 shaker that further damaged Highway 29, while crews continued to repair water mains and inspect buildings for damage.
Five small quakes and aftershocks rumbled through wine country early Tuesday, days after the biggest earthquake in 25 years hit the Bay Area.
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