On the anniversary of one of the state's most devastating natural disasters, millions of Californians are set to be part of the world's largest earthquake drill.
It's one of the stories we're featuring today on NBCLA.
Join 10M California's in the Great Shakeout 2019
Three months after Southern California was jolted by its largest earthquake in two decades, it's time again to drop, cover and hold on. It's all in the name of earthquake safety and preparedness. The world's largest earthquake drill is scheduled for 10:17 a.m.
Photos: The Aftermath of the Deadly 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake
Thirty years ago Thursday, the Loma Prieta earthquake devastated parts of the San Francisco Bay Area and left more than 60 people dead. The quake, triggered by a slip along the San Andreas Fault, struck at about 5 p.m. local time, just before the Giants and A's were scheduled to play Game 3 of the 1989 World Series at Candlestick Park. We have a look back at Oct. 17, 1989.
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[NATL] Aftermath: The Loma Prieta Earthquake
Statewide Earthquake Alerts: What to Know
Earthquake early warning alerts will be available throughout California, starting this week. The announcement made Wednesday by the Governor's Office of Emergency Services means warnings produced by the ShakeAlert system will be pushed through a smartphone app called MyShake. Here's what to know.
Photos: What to Keep in Your Disaster Emergency Kit
One of the goals of Thursday's Great Shakeout is to help people get ready for the next one. A disaster emergency kit is a good place to start. Here are some basic items to have ready, keeping in mind that first responders won't be able to reach everyone in the early stages of the recovery process.