Saturday, March 29
(La Habra, CA) -- Los Angeles area residents are starting their weekend off with a little shaking. A 3.6 magnitude earthquake struck shortly after 8 p.m. Pacific time on Friday near the Orange County community of La Habra. That's about 20 miles southeast of downtown L.A. Roughly one hour later, a larger 5.1 magnitude earthquake was also centered near La Habra. People as far away as West Los Angeles say they felt the second shaker. There are no immediate reports of injuries or major damage.