Earthquake push alert? Current smart phones aren't ready for that, researchers say
PASADENA, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) —
If you've lived in California long enough, you've likely experienced a significant earthquake. If you haven't, researchers agree that if you stay, you likely will.
But, what if you could be given a warning before the shaking begins? Eyewitness News traveled to Pasadena to meet with researchers at Caltech who are trying to make that dream a reality.