Office workers in the Public Service Building on Wall St. reported feeling a marked shaking as an earthquake rippled through the area just before 2:00 Tuesday afternoon; other folks didn't notice the temblor. UNC-Asheville geologist Bill Miller explains -- and says area residents needn't be surprised if another earthquake moves this mountain metropolis. Photo by Jonathan Welch.
The Haiti earthquake in January killed about 200,000. It also left an estimated 1.2 million people homeless, and as the rainy season there approaches, their struggle to survive continues. An Asheville nurse wants to help and plans to launch a regional tarp and tent drive she's calling Cover Haiti.
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