SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) - Small earthquakes struck both ends of California on Tuesday but no damage or injuries are reported.
The U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude-3.9 undersea quake struck at 6:34 a.m. west of San Diego. It was centered 23 miles southeast of Navy-owned San Clemente Island.
A magnitude-3.4 tremor followed at 12:12 p.m.
Earlier, a magnitude-3.7 earthquake struck about 75 miles west of Sacramento. The 3:59 a.m. quake was centered near Cobb, about two miles northeast of The Geysers, an area of geothermal energy production using steam heated by magma.
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A fire that started in a garage badly damaged a home in Scripps Ranch on Sunday morning, a fire official said.
A seemingly wayward hot air balloon landed in a Ramona field on Sunday much to the surprise of on-lookers.
Several residents of an apartment complex in El Cajon were displaced Sunday after a driver accidentally crashed into their building.
An allegedly-intoxicated driver crashed down an embankment after trying to evade a pursuing sheriff's deputy Saturday night.
San Diegans are going online to raise money to help make ends meet amid a partial government shutdown prolonged by a impasse over President Trump's demand for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Waterfront Park in downtown San Diego played host to thousands of people demonstrating in the third annual Women's March, which also took place in dozens of other cities across the country.
Three people robbed a San Carlos jewelry store on Saturday afternoon, then fled before officers were able to arrive, police said.