SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Four aftershocks shook the Imperial Valley and eastern San Diego County within a half hour, according to automated seismographs and computers operated by the U.S. Geological Survey.
The largest temblor, magnitude 4.1, hit at 3:35 p.m. Its epicenter was about 40 miles south of Mexicali, or about 120 miles east-southeast of San Diego.
It was preceded by a 3.2 magnitude quake at 3:02, and a 2.8 shaker at 3:11 in the same location. All three were strong enough to be felt in East County.
In the midst of that swarm, a magnitude 2.5 quake struck just north of the U.S-Mexico border. It hit at 3:18 and was epicentered 3 miles south-southeast of Ocotillo, a small cluster of homes on the San Diego-Imperial county line 95 miles east of San Diego.
The San Diego County sheriff's office said they had no reports of injury or damage.
Thousands of similarly-sized aftershocks have rattled the area since a magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck April 2, killing two people in Mexicali and severely damaging canals, schools and older buildings in Imperial County.
A man was beaten unconscious in his Valencia Park home Thursday morning by a group of four or five men armed with baseball bats and guns, police said.
It's Little Italy's biggest party and this year it's coming in with a western twist. On Saturday, Ferragosto promises to be full of adventure, prizes, food and more.
On Wednesday, Cal Jet by Elite Airways announced it would launch its daily non-stop flight service from Carlsbad’s airport to Las Vegas starting in September.
A question for all the married people out there: Do you listen to your spouse? Comedian Steve Trevino gets a lot of laughs from his brutally honest bits involving his day-to-day life with his wife who he jokingly (we assume) refers to as the devil.
Hungry? Of course you are. Love Latin food? Yea, we know. The 2017 Latin Food Fest is ready to sizzle your taste buds this Friday and Saturday at the Embarcadero Marina Park North.
An intruder groped a woman Thursday morning in a Little Italy apartment before he was chased from the residence and escaped a police search, authorities said.
Human beings have been stacking stones for thousands of years, sometimes to mark a trail head for hikers - others for fun or even spiritual reasons.
A union that represents more than 10,000 County of San Diego employees met Wednesday night in preparation for a possible strike.
Temperatures will begin to rise slightly Thursday following the recent run of cool weather across San Diego County.
With just a week to go, many people across the U.S. are buzzing about the "Great American Eclipse."