Small 3.4 Quake Shakes Area West Of SeattleThe USGS says more than 550 people reported feeling the quake as of Wednesday morning.
Early Quake Warning System Expands An early warning system for earthquakes has been expanded to Oregon and Washington, joining California in testing a prototype that could give people seconds or up to a minute of warning before strong shaking begins.
4.2 Earthquake Rattles Washington's Kitsap PeninsulaA magnitude 4.2 earthquake struck western Washington near the Hood Canal.
Are Washington Schools Protected From Earthquakes? New Report Says 'No'A Seattle Times report finds more than 380,000 students in Washington state live in earthquake-prone areas and attend schools built before seismic construction standards were adopted statewide
Magnitude 3.4 Earthquake Rattles Northwest WashingtonA magnitude 3.4 earthquake followed by additional smaller quakes rattled northwest Washington state but didn't cause any damage.
Magnitude 3.4 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles Northwest WashingtonDozens of people in the Snohomish and Lake Stevens areas reported feeling the quake. Officials say it was about 15 kilometers deep
Rehearsal For Mega-Quake, Tsunami Starts In NorthwestThe Pacific Northwest kicks off a massive earthquake and tsunami drill Tuesday as part of a multiday event to rehearse scenarios on how the region would deal with a dual natural disaster that could kill thousands, cut off coastal communities, and collapse phone and internet service.
Largest-Ever Earthquake Drill This WeekThe "Cascadia Rising 2016" emergency drill will last from June 7-10
Small Earthquake Hits Strait Of Juan De FucaA minor earthquake hit northwest Washington state on Tuesday morning
Emergency Planners Plan For Deadly 'Big One' EarthquakeFederal, state and military officials have been working together to draft plans to be followed when the "Big One" happens
Small 2.5 Earthquake Recorded In Downtown SeattleA small 2.5 magnitude earthquake was recorded Thursday afternoon in Seattle.
Earthquake Experts Open Reddit AMA To Answer Questions About 'The Big One'Three earthquake experts from the Pacific Northwest participated in a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) thread, and hopefully their answers helped to quell some fears. But make no mistake -- they stressed a seismic event of this magnitude would be highly destructive.