By Laura Zuckerman
The recent earthquake swarm, beginning on March 24 and climaxed by a 4.9 magnitude tremor on Saturday, has produced no reports of injuries or severe damage but has rattled nerves in a region where Idaho’s most powerful known quake, measured at 6.9, killed two children in 1983. Continue reading
By John Vibes
BUNKERVILLE, Nevada (INTELLIHUB) —Investigator Doug Hagmann, of The Hagmann and Hagmann Report, wrote in a public email, to radio host and researcher Steve Quayle, that he has been speaking to a source inside the Department of Homeland Security about the recent surrender of federal agents in the Bundy Ranch standoff.
According to the email, Hagmann’s source claims that the Bundy Ranch standoff is far from over and that the surrender was a merely strategical ploy. The source also told Hagmann that the incident was used as a test run, to plan for future instances of resistance and to gather information about militia members. Continue reading
By: Kristine Hoang Reporter Corps
From: Alhambra Source
The 5.1-magnitude earthquake that struck March 28 near La Habra was a wake-up call for many Southern California residents who were not prepared for an emergency. The earthquake caused power outages and rockslides and damaged gas lines.
To help residents prepare for future earthquakes and disasters, the Alhambra police and fire departments will host community emergency preparedness meetings on April 26, May 3, and Sept. 6. Alhambra firefighters, police officers, and school administrators, as well as representatives from the American Red Cross and Cal Tech, will make presentations about how the city will respond and where residents should go in case of an emergency. A question-and-answer panel will follow, giving attendees a chance to voice concerns. Continue reading