Two earthquakes, one with a magnitude 5.1 and the other of 3.9, struck northern Oklahoma on Saturday morning and were felt through much of the state. No damages were immediately reported, the US Geological Survey and local media said.Both quakes were centered about 95 miles north-west of Oklahoma Cit
AUGUST 19, 2014 OKLAHOMA CITY — An earthquake rattled central Oklahoma at 7:41 am Tuesday morning. Emily Sutton and Lacey Lett were on the air on KAUT broadcasting when the quake hit. According to the US Geological Survey the quake measured 4.2. The Oklahoma Geological Survey is calling the quake a 4.3. The epicenter of this quake SSW of Guthrie, in the Liberty Lake area of southern Logan County.
They can stop blaming fracking now "A chart of earthquake activity in Oklahoma from 1882 to 2013 is on display at the Oklahoma Geological Survey in Norman, Okla., Thursday, June 26, 2014. Earthquakes that have shaken Oklahoma communities in recent months have damaged homes, alarmed residents and prompted lawmakers and regulators to investigate what's behind the temblors and what can be done to stop them." (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)