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Oklahoma now most seismically active state in the U.S.?

UC Davis physics and geology professor John Rundle on the growing number of earthquakes recently.

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  1. Is California Properly Insured for the ‘Big One?’

    Pete Moraga, Insurance Information Network of California spokesman, on if California is prepared from an insurance standpoint for a major disaster like Japan’s quake.

  1. What You Need to Know About a Home Insurance Plan

    The right homeowners insurance can protect your assets in the event of a natural disaster or a catastrophic loss. But finding the right plan with adequate coverage c...

  2. Preparing Can Make Earthquakes Less Jolting

    Earthquakes strike without warning, so the best (and only) way to protect yourself, your family and your home is to prepare ahead of time.Earthquakes most commonly o...

  3. Earthquake Insurance: How it Shakes Out

    An earthquake may shake your home's foundation, but it doesn't have to rattle your financial footing if you safeguard with the right insurance. Your homeowners polic...

  4. Fracked! Are you covered for man-made earthquakes?

    If a man-made earthquake damages your home, would your home insurance cover your losses? The answer lies in the details of your policy.Standard homeowners and renter...

  5. Is Your Community Prepared for Disaster?

    At 10:20 a.m. on Oct. 20, 2011, 8.6 million Californians dropped to the ground, took cover and held on for 60 seconds as if their lives depended on it.Fortunately, i...

  6. Next Time I'll do it Differently: Insurance Regrets after Disasters

    In the aftermath of violent weather conditions, such as those caused by Hurricane Irene, affected homeowners quickly learn whether they purchased adequate policies f...

  7. Calif. Lt. Governor on Nuclear, Budget Woes

    Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom, (D-Calif.), weighs in on California's budget problems and the Japanese earthquake fallout.

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