BERKELEY, Calif. - An earthquake of a 2.9 preliminary magnitude rumbled east of Berkeley about 2:41 a.m. Thursday.
The quake was centered along the eastern edge of the city near Claremont Avenue, just south of the University of California campus.
There were no reports of damage.
Two quakes with magnitudes more than 4.0 shook Santa Rosa on Tuesday. There were reports of damages from those, including cracked walls, gas leaks and malfunctioning elevators.