Headlines:

A fake earthquake in California notification was sent by California Institute of Technology

A software issue and possibly a human error was offered as motivation after a massive earthquake in California was announced by mistake Wednesday by Caltech (California Institute of Technology). People around the world received reports on their email accounts and Twitter feeds Wednesday alerting about a 6.8-magnitude earthquake which reportedly hit the Pacific Ocean about 10 miles from Santa Barbara, Calif.

  • Written by Jerry Seward
  • Category: USA

A 16-year-old race participant in Alaska was killed by a black bear

A 16-year-old runner in a Bird Ridge mountain race was killed by a black bear Sunday. Patrick Cooper of Anchorage had already turned around after reaching the halfway point in a popular mountain race. He was on his way down when he used his phone to text a family member that he was chased by a bear.

  • Written by Robert Woodward
  • Category: USA

The tropical storm Cindy threatens millions in the U.S.

Satellite and radar imagery show shower and thunderstorm activity along the Gulf Coast. Tropical storm Cindy threatens millions along this area. The National Hurricane Center put the center of Cindy some 65 miles south-southwest of Lake Charles, Louisiana and about 50 miles south-southeast of Port Arthur Texas.

  • Written by Robert Woodward
  • Category: USA

Comments