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El Centro (Imperial, California)

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  • Quake Swarm Hits Mexicali

    Quake Swarm Hits Mexicali
    Calexico/Mexicali - A magnitude 4.4 earthquake hit the Imperial Valley this morning at 9:42 and at least 17 other quakes larger than magnitude 3 range rattled the Mexicali area today. The quakes were documented by automated seismic monitors. CalTech...
  • Imperial County Quake Relief

    Imperial County Quake Relief
    Calexico -- Imperial County quake victims are eligible for government loans. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says the low-interest loans are available for people whose homes and businesses were damaged in the Easter earthquake. The Small Business...
  • Child porn sweep nets 18 county residents

    Child porn sweep nets 18 county residents
    Authorities filed state and federal charges against 20 people for possession and distribution of child pornography as the result of a 30-day effort targeting online child predators, U.S. Attorney Karen Hewitt said Friday in San Diego. Nineteen of the...
  • 5.0 earthquake felt in San Diego County

    5.0 earthquake felt in San Diego County
    A magnitude 5.0 earthquake struck Imperial County at 11:33 a.m. today and was widely felt in San Diego, including at the downtown police headquarters. Sheriff's officials felt the tremor at their Kearny Mesa communications center, said they've had no...
  • Two Earthquakes Hit Southern California

    Two Earthquakes Hit Southern California
    SAN CLEMENTE -- A magnitude 5.0 earthquake hit Imperial County at 11:33 a.m. Saturday and was felt by some in southern Orange County. People in Aliso Viejo, Irvine, Mission Viejo and San Clemente reported feeling the quake to USGS web site. The quake...
  • Rise in bribery tests integrity at U.S. border

    Bribery of federal and local officials by Mexican smugglers is rising sharply, and with it the fear that a culture of corruption is taking hold along the 2,000-mile border from Brownsville, Texas, to San Diego. At least 200 public employees have been...