03/14/2011 11:55 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Japan Meltdown Risk Stirs Fears Over California Nuclear Plants

LOS ANGELES (CBS) -- The safety of Southern California's two nuclear power plants are facing increased scrutiny in the wake of the catastrophic quake that has left Japanese nuclear officials scrambling to ward off a widespread meltdown.
KNX 1070′s John Brooks reports that despite being located on the coastline in a tsunami zone and near earthquake faults, plant operators say there's no immediate threat to the state.