Southern California Shaken by Strongest Quake in 20 Years, Causing Injuries, Damage in Ridgecrest Area | The Weather Channel

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake — the strongest to strike Southern California in 20 years — resulted in several injuries and damage in the Ridgecrest area.A state of emergency was declared in Ridgecrest, which was near the location of the epicenter, but in an afternoon press conference Thursday held in town, first responders stated that they had enough resources available to tackle issues that come up following the quake.Multiple injuries and two house fires were reported in the city that is home to 28,000. Emergency crews were also dealing with small vegetation fires, gas leaks, damage to stores and reports of cracked roads, said Kern County Fire Chief David Witt.Officials said emergency crews responded to at least 24 medical and fire incidents.

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MAGAnomics – Jobs, Jobs, Jobs – June Payrolls +224,000, Unemployment 3.7%, Private Wage Growth 3.2%… | The Last Refuge


Apparently the rumors of our economic demise were greatly exaggerated. Yes, amid the gnashing teeth of the Wall Street pundits hoping for another lucrative Fed rate decrease, the Main Street economy continues to defy expectations: “Today’s jobs report shows the U.S. economy continues to create jobs at a strong pace even as we enter the longest period of economic expansion on record.” ~Tony Bedikian, Citizens Bank.According to the BLS Report – June saw 224,000 jobs added; and importantly the private sector wage growth knocks a very solid +3.2% year-over-year. [Table B-8] You might remember in the May 2019 jobs report 299,000 people moved from Part-Time to Full-Time employment. In today’s report total payrolls added another 224,000 workers.

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