- Making News: 4.9 Earthquake Rattles Southern California
Yucaipa on the Ten Freeway in southeast San Bernardino County was the epicenter of a magnitude 5.3 earthquake this afternoon. Early reports said there wasn't much damage, but shaking was felt from Palms Springs to Santa Monica. UCLA Professor David Jackson, who heads the Southern California Earthquake Center, has an update.
- Reporter-s Notebook: New Report Counts 90,000 Homeless in LA County
With $1.2 billion at stake, the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development asked cities and counties for statistically valid counts of their populations of homeless. LA County-s total is 90,000, almost the total population of Santa Barbara County. LA Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky says that calls for $20 million worth of new funding.
Southern California Earthquake Center on recent surge in California quake activity
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National Geographic on King Tut
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on homelessness