Some freeways may be useable following ‘the Big One’ per new modeling by University of Washington
New modeling by the University of Washington of the impacts of a major Cascadia earthquake offers a less dire picture of the aftermath of the so-called "Big One" — specifically when it comes to highway bridges.
4.4-magnitude earthquake shakes Linn County
People reported feeling the quake as far away as Longview, Washington.
Dozens of earthquakes occur off Oregon Coast; not felt on land
The earthquake activity was from 200 to 250 miles west of Newport. No tsunamis are expected, according to the National Weather Service. And Pacific Northwest Seismic Network said the activity was eye-catching but nothing to be extra concerned about.
No tsunami threat after cluster of quakes off Oregon coast
Five earthquakes measured at magnitude 4 or greater were reported off of the Oregon Coast early Thursday morning. The largest of the quakes measured 5.4.
Earthquake fault near Portland more active than previously thought
Researchers at Portland State University have dated three large historic earthquakes along the Gales Creek fault near Forest Grove.
Small Earthquakes | Portland's Resistance On Police Chief Search | Living With Cancer
Oregon and Washington is at risk for earthquakes smaller than "the Big One." Also, we continue our series on what Portland should look for in a new police chief. And author Teva Harrison tells us what it's like to live with cancer.
In Portland, Earthquake Drill Underscores A Need For Volunteers
Communities across the Northwest simulated their response to a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake. One of the takeaways in Portland was that first responders are going to need backup.
Nearly 100 Tiny Quakes Shake Area Around Mount Hood
Mount Hood is trembling. They’re not big tremors. But there are a lot of them.
How Oregon Schools Are Preparing For A Megaquake
The state has known since 2007 that 649 Oregon schools are at high risk of collapse in a subduction zone earthquake. Eight years and one Great Recession later, has anything changed?
Do Firearms Belong In Emergency Preparedness Kits?
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