An earthquake shook some people awake Wednesday morning in southeast Alaska.
The magnitude-8.2 earthquake that hit Chile Tuesday had some wondering if it was a sign that Oregon has an increased chance of having a major quake in the near future.
As Portland considers the "what-ifs" of a huge earthquake locally, experts worry about the extreme vulnerability of area bridges.
Portland's many buildings are simply not ready for a major earthquake, the city's structural engineer told KGW.
No school in any major district would be usable again after a major earthquake. Meaning every district in our state would have to rebuild from the ground up.