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Tsunamis

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  • Magnitude 6.8 quake hits off Indonesia, no tsunami warning

    An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8 struck in the sea 100 miles northwest of Ternate in Indonesia's Moluccas archipelago around 8:30 a.m. CST on Wednesday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
  • Mayor Pearson farewell after years of public service

    Mayor Pearson farewell after years of public service
    It would be tough to deny that outgoing Mayor Elizabeth Pearson has left her mark on Laguna Beach. Pearson, whose City Council term officially ends next week, played a key role in developing the city's senior center and helped displaced families find...

    AFM: TrustNordisk Scores Avalanche of Deals on 'The Wave'

    TrustNordisk has scored an avalanche of deals on Scandinavian disaster movie "The Wave," which the company started pre-selling at the AFM based on a one-minute teaser. "The Wave" has been picked up for France (AB Group), Spain (Key2Media Audiovisual),...

    Limited Gas, Closing Plants Squeeze Electricity

    Limited Gas, Closing Plants Squeeze Electricity
    Last Jan. 28, in the midst of the so-called polar vortex, only 3,000 megawatts of natural gas-fired electric power were operating in the region. That was out of an installed capacity of 11,000 megawatts. Pipeline constraints limited the availability of...

    In hard-hit Okawa, Japan, life remains a struggle after 2011 tsunami

     In hard-hit Okawa, Japan, life remains a struggle after 2011 tsunami
    More than 3 1/2 years after a 50-foot tsunami rushed up the Kitagami River, inundating houses and farms and destroying everything in its path, the road to this city's port remains unusable. Farmland, tainted by a massive influx of seawater, is still being...