Golden State's unique, winning blend of old and new is on display in all its glory in Game 1

From Oracle to Chase Center, from Steph Curry to Jordan Poole, the Warriors are bridging the gap (Author: Gardener)

Golden State'sSAN FRANCISCO — After another Golden State Warriors trademark in the third quarter, Stephen Curry walked toward the stands and desperately gestured for the home fans to turn up the volume. From the beginning of the first game of the Warriors' first-round series against the Denver Nuggets, the shyness of the crowd at the very first playoff game at the Chase Center was more than noticeable, especially compared to the organization's earlier, sacred building across the Bay Bridge - the one , which earned the nickname "Roaracle" for its piercing, eardrum-bursting noise. Let's get wild - these are the warriors. "It was almost because the lead was so big you lose the jitters of the moment and that's where you remember this is a playoff game. Every possession of the ball is important," said Curry after the game. "I started pointing at the scoreboard and trying to get every hype because I knew you have to build on that momentum in every game to get that home field advantage." The sell-out crowd responded in kind, slowly reaching a crescendo before descending into the haunting, spine-tingling chant of "Waaaaaarrrrriiiioooooorrrrrs." Curry stood halfway, hands on knees, nodding his head in agreement. It was a little taste of the Warriors' past success making its way into the new era, much like the Curry 6 sneakers Steph wore, a tribute to the building where he became a basketball legend and " passed the torch". into his new environment. "But you should know that both trees are important." In many ways, in Saturday night's 123-107 win over the Denver Nuggets, the Warriors demonstrated how successfully they've blended the old with the new - a rare formula for continued success in the grueling NBA. Let's start with the old one. Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and Kevon Looney played in the same game for the first time since the 2019 final almost three years ago. The quintet has more titles than an 18th-century British nobleman, and all their skills and quirks were shown in the Game 1 win. Green plays inscrutable tenacious defense against Nikola Jokic, a Superstar six inches taller than him. Looney racks up rebounds and hits inside despite not being able to jump over an iPad. And then there's Curry, who started cold off the field in 22 minutes on his way to 16 points in 5-for-13 shooting but finished characteristically of the game up 17. "So special," Thompson said, getting back on the ground with the old guard. "Something I don't take for granted is just being able to play playoff basketball. The classic mainstay performance was spurred on by the electricity of playoff freshman Jordan Poole, who stunned to 30 points in 9-on-13 shooting. including 5 out of 7 from the 3 point range. The 30 points brought Mitch Richmond for the highest total of any Warrior in his playoff debut other than Wilt Chamberlain — talk about bridging generations. Poole's development has been on view since the second half of last season and has reached new heights in the last month and a half, but players with better resumes have melted to the point of dissolution under the brightest lights. Poole passed his test with flying colours, as he's done since last postseason's play-in games and commended his trusted veterans for making the smooth transition to playoff basketball, "There's no better feeling than having the guys behind who've already been through the fight . They went through it at the highest level," Poole said after the game. “You know that when you make mistakes you have these guys to pick you up. Poole wasn't the only new face to make an impression, either. Gary Payton II had five points, three rebounds, two assists and a monster block while playing his usual brand of smothering defense. Nemanja Bjelica was as aggressive offensively as he has been all season, scoring eight points in 15 minutes. Otto Porter Jr. provided four points and four assists in 25 minutes and tied Green for best plus-minus on the team at plus-21. Then, for a brief moment, we got a glimpse of the next green wave of contributors. With play in the fourth quarter, rookies Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody checked in to get their playoff feet wet. Both played important roles at various points during the regular season, and they'll likely see action in big playoff moments at some point -- maybe as early as this series. It's incredibly difficult to win in the NBA, even when you have the best players in the world on your payroll. The Warriors know this as well as anyone, and have missed the playoffs each of the last two seasons due to injury woes and roster changes. The San Antonio Spurs were able to close the gap thanks to a legendary coach, the grace with which their Big Three aged and the powerful arrival of Kawhi Leonard. The Warriors hope they'll eventually become synonymous with Spurs when it comes to franchises that embody undying success, but they're careful not to get lost in daydreams. Right now, they don't allow themselves to think about the next round of the playoffs, let alone a championship. The only thing the Warriors are thinking about is Monday's second game against Denver. "For the guys that have been there and understand what that journey is like at this stage of the season and the playoff chase, yes you're starting to think about what's next. That's because we were there and we know,” Curry said after the game.


22 of the funniest tweets about dogs and cats this week (April 2-8)

"I just noticed that cats just walk around OUR house naked. So disrespectful.” (Author: Gardener)

this weekWoof - it was another long week. If you feel like you've been working like a dog, we offer you the internet equivalent of a big pile of catnip: hilarious tweets about pets. Each week at HuffPost, we scour Twitter to find the funniest posts about our furballs being complete fools. My boyfriend got a kitten two weeks ago and he told my toddler about it and for two weeks he's been saying "Meet Rocky? We went to Rocky's today and he carried a treat in his hand the entire drive and said "Rocky is gonna love this" and guess what Rocky was DOING. This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.


The Warriors' Game 1 win was a warning to the NBA

It's only one game, but the Warriors' incredible performance against Denver answered some big questions. (Author: Gardener)

NBAThe Warriors' start to the 2022 playoffs was, in a word, perfect. What else could you call a rollicking 123-107 win over the Denver Nuggets in which no fewer than six Golden State players had ten perfect performances? Across the board, the Dubs exuded greatness on Saturday night, taking a 1-0 lead in their first-round match. It was the kind of performance that makes it impossible not to think big when it comes to post-season Golden State chances. If Saturday was a harbinger of what's to come, they could well make it to summer. Now it's important to note that Denver is a cheap matchup for Golden State. After all, the Nuggets are brave and talented. Also, we all know that getting high off your own stash is never a good idea. We had no idea what to expect from the Warriors team in Game 1. This team went into the postseason with big questions. It certainly seemed like Saturday's game would provide emphatic answers. There's no question that Jordan Poole is built for the playoffs. You can't fake what he did in Game 1. The 22-year-old was, quite simply put, the best player on the pitch on Saturday, scoring 30 points with an absurd 88.5 effective field goal average. His confidence and swagger was the North Star of the dubs early in a contest that took Golden State approximately 20 minutes of gameplay to compose. The Dubs' small-ball lineup, featuring Poole, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and the integral and effective Andrew Wiggins, couldn't have been better as they came into play for the final four-plus minutes of the second quarter. My goodness was this lineup dangerous. The Pour Four with a green running dot? Denver has no chance of defending it. I'm not sure there's a team in the NBA that can do that. Saturday was the kind of performance from a lineup you can't help but extrapolate beyond this round, the next and who knows, even the Western Conference Finals. Alongside Poole, who created his own gravity, and Wiggins, who perfectly embodied the role of old Harrison Barnes on both sides of the court, Steph, Klay and Dray were magical in Game 1. Yes, the veteran triumvirate may have only played 11 minutes together since the 2019 NBA Finals, but you don't win 77 playoff games together without some chemistry. Despite playing just 22 minutes in Curry's first game since injuring his left foot a month ago, the dubs' big three made it clear that together they still play on a different level than anyone else in the league. Green was a force on both sides. His defense against possible back-to-back MVP Nikola Jokic was incredible - the Nuggets' big man shot 3 of 12 from the floor with Green as his main defender, according to ESPN. His screens, particularly in the closing minutes of the first half when the Warriors' aforementioned small-ball lineup was first forming, provided open look after look. When Green delivers a perfect 10 game like he did on Saturday, he controls the competition. And no one beats the Warriors when Green is at that level. Thompson also put in a 10 out of 10 performance. Was it a terribly productive game from Thompson? no But his impact on the game felt bigger than his box score numbers. Curry didn't have a 10-of-10 game, but he found his shot late. After missing a month, it only took him about 15 minutes to find his game. What does it mean for the Nuggets if Curry can't be as good (for understandable reasons) and the Warriors still run their opponents off? What does this mean for the Warriors' other Western Conference rivals, the Grizzlies and Suns? Let's take a moment here to appreciate Wiggins' perfect 10 game, who had nine rebounds and 16 points and played his new role perfectly. In order for the Warriors to play small ball effectively -- especially with Poole defensively overwhelming as part of the five -- a wing like Wiggins needs to play above his weight on the defensive end. Barnes was incredible at slipping from three to four during the Warriors' first title run. Wiggins played a no-fanfare game, but he was strong and controlled at both ends of the floor. He was Barnes with a little more clout. After eight years of his career, it feels like he's finally found the role he was created for. As always with Wiggins, we'll see if the good times last. But Saturday's performance was deeply encouraging. The Warriors' bench also had some excellent performances in Game 1. The Serbian stretch center could keep up with all of Jokic's dance moves, and by keeping the Nuggets' big man in space when the Warriors had the ball, tired him out and created elite offensive opportunities. Many of those opportunities were seized by Andre Iguodala, who on Saturday revealed he's spent the entire regular season in the sandbag to save his veteran joints for the real joint - the postseason. Iguodala was the ultimate operator in his 13 minutes of Game 1, dishing out four assists in that limited time and taking control of the game from Green when he was on the bench. Having such a veteran presence off the bench comes almost gratuitously. In total, that's six players who gave a performance in Game 1 where no fault can be found. Will this achievement continue in Game 2 and beyond? But the Warriors don't need that kind of performance every night to win. Golden State entered this postseason as a mystery team. Yes, they were implied to have a high cap, but perhaps that was just the benefit of the doubt being made available to a championship core. But that benefit of the doubt is no longer afforded. It was taken over by the Warriors in Game 1. This is a team that could play well in the coming months.


Liverpool, Man City squad on the pad but FA Cup semi-final victory shows Klopp's side are firing on all cylinders

Whether Liverpool or Manchester City are superior at full strength is debatable, but the Reds pleaded in possession of the better squad. (Author: Gardener)

LiverpoolThe debate over who outclasses Liverpool or Manchester City at full strength will continue for some time, but the Reds are beginning to make an irresistible case for owning the better squad. Liverpool's hunt for four major trophies is still alive with a 3-2 FA Cup semi-final win at Wembley on Saturday on Liverpool's greater strength at depth. Manchester City undoubtedly weathered the tougher commitment in the Champions League quarter-finals last week - Liverpool had the luxury of a two-goal lead ahead of the second leg at home to Benfica, while Pep Guardiola's side went to Atletico Madrid, ending in a draw was firmly balanced - - and City couldn't hide their scars. Pep Guardiola made seven changes for Saturday's game to try and refresh his squad after opting to fly direct to London from Madrid on Thursday and train at Millwall on Friday to make up for any fatigue. But City were a shadow of their best, unable to match Liverpool's intensity from the start and further undermining their performance with a host of individual errors. - Man City apologize after fans silence Hillsborough Ibrahima Konate headed into Andy Robertson's corner in the ninth minute - his third game in a row - when Nathan Ake and Gabriel Jesus made a mess while defending a routine set piece. Ederson was almost shut down on Diogo Jota's goal line with the ball at his feet, only to play a casual pass to mitigate the danger. Steffen, however, caught the ball under his feet after a simple back pass from John Stones and Sadio Mane lunged, grabbed City's backup goalkeeper and slammed the ball into the net in one movement. When Mane fired home a third shot just before half-time - the result of a magnificent move that saw Trent Alexander-Arnold defeat the City press with a stunning cross-field pass to Luis Diaz and a wonderful chip assist from Thiago Alcantara – - City looked at her feet. Klopp described their previous meeting as a boxing match and if that also fell into that category it was in danger of being stopped given City's lack of competitiveness. Oddly enough, there were no city changes at the break. Jack Grealish fired in after good work from Jesus less than two minutes into the second half. Liverpool goalkeeper Riyad Mahrez for Gabriel. Mahrez had time to register an assist, collect Phil Foden's pass and drive to the touchline to shoot. Alisson saved but Raheem Sterling missed good chances in stoppage time, but it was hard to avoid the conclusion that something needed to be changed earlier in the play. Asked if Liverpool have a superior squad, Guardiola said: "For the moment, yes. We play a lot of games and we don't have a long, long squad. Klopp also made seven changes from Wednesday's game against Benfica, but they were mostly to restore his key players like Mohamed Salah, Mane and Virgil van Dijk, but Konate and Luis Diaz - certainly one of the best January signings of recent years - are both non-starters who have been key contributors here, Klopp described Konate's third goal in as many games as "very helpful" in continuing to successfully navigate a tight schedule. "We have to try to find lineups and formations to be in each Game to be as recovered as possible, but you also need rhythm," he told Klopp: "I think the first half was one of the best we've ever played. We did everything right, we scored at the right moments, we played an incredible game in the first half, I really loved every second of it. “The second half started with Man City scoring and then it opened up – the quality from City is crazy and you could see it was a much more open game. “We respect City's quality so much and it's so difficult to win against them. Although Liverpool appear to be handling this period marginally better - reaching both the FA Cup and Carabao Cup finals for the third time in their history, no other club have managed that domestic cup feat more than twice - Klopp downplayed any talk of lifting the Premier League and Champions League trophies to potentially reach the historic quadruple. "The quadruple talk, I can't believe it," he said. "This win means we have one more game and then we have to play Aston Villa in the middle of the week, they have to postpone another game. We knew the problems but qualifying for this final makes quadrupling even more difficult - it's the only way." but it also makes it more difficult, so it's an odd situation. City are a point clear in the Premier League and could face Liverpool in an all-English Champions League final next month (should both sides progress). Real Madrid and Villarreal respectively) Few would object to City's recovery, but Liverpool have shown here that they are more than ready for the fight.


Thumbs from Thursday: A few thoughts on law enforcement and the courts

It's Thursday and another chance to fire off a few thumbs up or down on some news in our neck of the woods and elsewhere. (Author: Gardener)

ThursdayIt's Thursday and another opportunity to fire off a few thumbs up or down at some news in our neck of the woods and elsewhere: [THUMBS UP] It's a sad fact of life, no doubt, but few will be surprised that police officers Body cameras and tasers are well served these days. But consider the many instances where the cameras provide important information about what happened. Tasers also offer a less than lethal response when more than a good conversation is still required. Arkansans might be forgiven for believing that the work of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's wildlife commissioners falls into a different category, but consider enforcing law in the many remote locations they must travel to. The Game and Fish Commission recently approved a 10-year contract for 181 cameras and tasers for its law enforcement officers and the infrastructure to support them. The project aims to improve safety for all and help answer critical questions when - not when - a conflict arises. [THUMBS DOWN] The highly partisan activities of Ginny Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, undoubtedly raise questions given her activism in the "Stop the Steal" movement and her direct communications with the White House about strategy to overturn the 2020 election results. Some Democrats have even called for Judge Thomas to either resign or withdraw from cases involving the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol or efforts to overturn the 2020 election. Common sense would suggest that a Supreme Court spouse should refrain from conduct that creates potential conflicts of interest for the judiciary, but spouses have lives of their own and it is unfair to require that they limit themselves to the public responsibilities of their wife or to relieve her husband. The responsibility rests with Clarence Thomas to step down when necessary by refusing when a case presents a conflict or even the appearance of impropriety. If evidence emerges that Clarence Thomas ignored conflicts in previous cases in which he did not step aside, the judiciary should take great steps to rid the court of any compromising circumstances. Likewise, Ginny Thomas should not be given special treatment as authorities investigate her involvement in January 6 and the 2020 election. [THUMBS UP] It's gratifying that two men convicted of tricking investors into spending their money on a proposed wind farm in Elm Springs are serving years in federal prison and being forced to pay more than $1.1 million in compensation to pay. The project was a fraud from start to finish, according to the court. "You are the cheater of a cheater," Judge Timothy Brooks said of one of the men. "You just are." We can understand the judge's outrage at the actions of people who used deception and prayed for people's interest in renewable energy and their hopes for a return on their investments. Our thoughts are with the investors who have poured significant money into the program. We hope they will be restored in some way by the court's verdict. [THUMBS UP] After two years of Covid-inspired modifications to those wheels of justice that turn so slowly even in the best of times, it's good to hear that Benton County criminal courts are resuscitating in-person hearings on cases that they will Listen. A public defender said a return to the old ways might help settle more cases because defense attorneys and prosecutors would have more time to speak face-to-face. Due to the slowdown during the worst parts of the pandemic, there is an urgent need to get some order of more cases. [THUMBS UP] The comments sound incredible, but Tyler Franks would have no reason to make this stuff up. He's the Prairie Grove police officer who was shot multiple times - with the loss of a leg - nearly a year ago while responding to a domestic riot. And he says he wouldn't change a thing: "To break it down, I feel like this is part of my life," Franks said in a recent interview. I wouldn't change it, honestly. I can be a good influence and inspiration for other people with the way I handled my incident and I wouldn't change it. It happened and you have to make the best of it and move on.” The best part, Franks says, is the opportunity to talk to and encourage other injured officers. It sounds like Franks understands that he's lucky enough to breathe and still be able to be with his wife and kids — an idea that needs a dose of common sense?


Why every day should be Jackie Robinson Day

Jackie Robinson should be remembered every day, not just April 15th (Author: Gardener)

Jackie Robinson DayHello and welcome to another installment of Dodgers Dugout. My name is Houston Mitchell and today is a very special day. It's April 15th and it's time for the annual Jackie Robinson newsletter. On April 15, 1947, Robinson made his major league debut at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn in front of a crowd of 26,623. Thus began one of the most amazing careers in sports history. Robinson broke the color barrier and faced challenges few major leagues have ever faced. Some players on his team didn't want to play with him and started a petition saying they'd rather not be his teammate. Manager Leo Durocher's response: "I don't care if the guy is yellow or black or if he has stripes like a... I'm the manager of this team and I say he plays. And if either of you can't use the money, I'll make sure you get traded.” Players on other teams called him every racial slur in the book. Some opposing managers were worse. Fans, some of them young children, parroting what their parents were saying, called him vile names. And Robinson could only have one answer: No answer. Give in and lose your temper, then the racists would say, "See, his kind isn't strong enough to play in the majors." It would be used as leverage to get him kicked out and keep the majors "pure." So Robinson took it. But not only did he have to endure it, he had to play at a high level to prove blacks could play in the majors. He led the Dodgers to victory after victory, including their first World Series title in 1955. Imagine trying to do your job every day with thousands of people around you hurling racist taunts. Imagine you're going on vacation and you can't stay in the same place as your colleagues and have to live with someone on the other side of town. Imagine having a wife and child going through the same thing. Imagine a police officer coming to your place of work and threatening to arrest you and shut down your business if you don't leave because they don't appreciate "your way" in their town. Imagine receiving death threats in the mail every day. Most people wouldn't be able to do what Robinson did. He set the example for players like Cleveland's Larry Doby, who broke the color barrier in the American League, to follow. It's sad that I sometimes hear fans of other teams lament that Robinson's 42 is retired and listed next to the legends' numbers from their team because "he didn't play for their team". Even now, some people are trying to find bugs that Robinson had to put him down. What they don't realize is that pointing out his flaws doesn't make him seem less awesome, it makes him seem more. Because it shows that he was an imperfect man who accomplished one of the most perfect human achievements of all time. But words don't adequately describe what Jackie Robinson did or what he went through. You can not. It's embarrassing to even try. What's a good way to celebrate Jackie Robinson Day? Find someone you know under the age of 18 and make sure they know who Jackie Robinson was and what he did. Don't let his memory be forgotten. Show them the movie 42. Give them a book about Robinson. It's the best gift you can give them. Some of Jackie Robinson's best quotes: "Often when someone insulted me about the color of my skin, I wanted to run away, but I had to control myself. I knew I was some kind of experiment. It was bigger than me." "A life is not important except for the impact it has on other lives." All I ask is that you respect me as a person." "Life is not a spectator sport If you spend your whole life in the stands just watching what happens, I think you're wasting your life." "Throughout my life, I've had a few nightmares that happened to me while I was wide awake." for all the breaks and honors and opportunities I've had, but I always believe I won't make it until the humblest black kid in America's farthest backwoods does." "Many people resented my impatience and honesty , but I've never cared about acceptance as much as respect.” For America to be 100% strong—economically, defensively, and morally—we can't afford to have second- and third-class citizens.” We're walking a tightrope ch life so as not to become too disillusioned." - "A credit to baseball and America." Branch Rickey, general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers - "Doing what he did has got to be the greatest thing I've ever done in the watched the sport." Pee Wee Reese, teammate of Jackie Robinson - "The greatest moment in baseball history." - "It gave the black community a sense of hope, a sense of pride." — "I didn't know baseball from Ping-pong. I grew inches that day. —"Jackie's character was far more important than his batting average." - "Jackie Robinson made his country and you and me and all of us a shade freer." - "He was the biggest competitor I've ever seen." - "There's never been a man in the game that spirit and Could flex muscles faster than Jackie Robinson.” – “Jackie, we don't have an army. And I fear many fans will be hostile. We can only win if we can convince the world that because you're a great ball player and a fine gentleman, that's what I do." —"Jackie Robinson is the best thing I've ever seen. Robinson is the perfect blend of "Ballplayer. He has creativity and imagination. He's constantly asking himself, whether it's at bat or on bases, 'What can I do to beat the other guy?' That's the kind of ballplayer who wins pennants." Farm manager of the Dodgers when Robinson played his first game Mix the bitter with the sweet in death and life Jackie as the character in the story was a rock in the water creating concentric circles and waves of new possibilities He was immunized by God against the diseases , whom he had fought. The protecting arms of the Lord enabled him to pass through dangers seen and unseen, and he had the ability to bear glory with grace. Jackie's body was a temp el god. An instrument of peace. The mercy of God intercepted this process Tuesday and allowed it to sneak home where arbitrators are out of place and only the supreme judge in the universe speaks.” Jesse Jackson delivers eulogy for Robinson To learn more about Robinson, I recommend visiting from, where you can find some of the above quotes and much more. First person perspective: Carl Erskine remembers Jackie Robinson as a man who "held his own". the 1972 World Series and he's giving a speech. See and hear here.


Second earthquake rocks San Diego County in less than 24 hours

Two earthquakes were felt in San Diego County in less than 24 hours as tremors were reported off the coast of San Clemente and Ensenada, Mexico, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. (Author: Gardener)

less than 24 hoursA preliminary 4.6 magnitude earthquake occurred on April 14, 2022 off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico. Two earthquakes were felt in San Diego County in less than 24 hours as tremors were reported off the coast of San Clemente and Ensenada, Mexico, in the United States. A preliminary 4.0 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of San Clemente at 9:48 a.m., the USGS said on its website. Social media buzzed Thursday night when several residents reported they felt an earthquake shortly after the Padres' home in Petco Park opened. USGS reported a preliminary 4.6 magnitude earthquake near El Suazal around 9:30 p.m. That's about 62 miles south of downtown San Diego, but people as far north as Huntington Beach were shaking and reported it to the USGS. The National Weather Service said Thursday's quake is unlikely to cause a tsunami. We felt that here in the office! Tsunami NOT expected. #cawx - NWS San Diego (@NWSSanDiego) April 15, 2022 No damage has been reported to the San Diego Police Department, Sheriff or Fire Department. Officials in Baja California said they are surveying the region for damage.


A moderate magnitude 4.6 earthquake shakes the San Diego and Tijuana areas

A moderate earthquake shook the area near the western U.S.-Mexico border late Thursday, and the tremors were felt from San Diego to Tijuana. (Author: Gardener)

TijuanaAPRIL 15 (UPI) -- A moderate earthquake struck the area near the western U.S.-Mexico border late Thursday, and the tremors were felt from San Diego to south of Tijuana. The quake struck about 13 miles west of El Sauzal, Mexico, at a depth of about 9 miles, according to the USGS. El Sauzal is 60 miles south of Tijuana. According to Rock, the quake occurred along the Aqua Blanca fault west-northwest of Ensenada. The USGS intensity map shows that the seismic event resulted in low-level shaking and no damage in most affected regions. Chula Vista, California, Tijuana and Ensenada experienced mild to moderate shaking. The Aqua Blanca Fault produced a magnitude 7.0 earthquake more than 350 years ago that shook most of what is now southern California. A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck near Guadalupe Victoria in Baja California over the Easter weekend of 2010.


5.3 magnitude earthquake hits Arunachal Pradesh today

The National Center for Seismology said the earthquake struck north of the Pangin region at 1176 km in Arunachal Pradesh (Author: Gardener)

Arunachal PradeshThe National Center for Seismology said on Friday that a magnitude 5.3 earthquake struck at around 6:56 a.m. today 1176 km north of Pangin, Arunachal Pradesh. The National Center for Seismology said on Friday that a magnitude 5.3 earthquake struck at around 6:56 a.m. today 1176 km north of Pangin, Arunachal Pradesh. The National Center for Seismology further said that the earthquake hit north of Pangin region at 1176 km in Arunachal Pradesh. According to the National Center for Seismology (NCS), the earthquake struck north of the Pangin region at 1174 km.


Magnitude 4.6 earthquake off Ensenada coast across San Diego

A preliminary 4.6 magnitude earthquake struck Thursday night off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico, just a little too late to be mistaken for baseball crushing or crowd roaring during the Padres' home opener at Petco Park. (Author: Gardener)

EnsenadaA preliminary 4.7 magnitude earthquake occurred on April 14, 2022 off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico. A preliminary 4.6 magnitude earthquake struck Thursday night off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico, just a little too late to be confused with a baseball crush or a crowd roaring during the Padres' Petco Park home opening. The earthquake happened around 9:30 p.m. near El Suazal, north of Ensenada, according to U. That's about 62 miles south of downtown San Diego, but people as far away as Huntington Beach were feeling the tremors and reported it to the USGS. The National Weather Service said the quake is unlikely to cause a tsunami. Tsunami NOT expected. #cawx - NWS San Diego (@NWSSanDiego) April 15, 2022 No damage has been reported to the San Diego Police Department, Sheriff or Fire Department. I swear I thought it was my next door neighbors freaking out on the stairs 😅 nope, just an #earthquake @nbcsandiego— Melissa Adan (@MelissaNBC7) April 15, 2022