North Texas has had at least four minor earthquakes this week in the same general area about 20 miles northwest of Fort Worth.
On Wednesday night the USGS has reported several small earthquakes across North Texas, the quakes were located mainly northwest Fort Worth.
The U.S. Geological Survey said that a 2.6 magnitude earthquake hit Tuesday night, centered a mile east-southeast of Reno, in Parker County, about 20 miles northwest of Fort Worth.
A couple of small earthquakes shook part of North Texas Friday.
An earthquake shook the area around the town of Ovilla around 8:30 Wednesday morning.
A strong earthquake rattled East Texas Monday evening.
The U.S. Geological Survey says several earthquakes have shaken central Oklahoma. Geophysicists say the temblors were centered northeast of Oklahoma City. The strongest quake had a magnitude of 4.3 and was centered near the town of Luther.
It went down with a boom! The Weatherford Street bridge in Fort Worth was blown up Monday night as part of a project to fix roads in the area. But people both near and far were rattled by the late-night demolition.
North Texas has had another minor earthquake. The U.S. Geological Survey says the 2.7 magnitude quake happened at 8:47 a.m. Sunday near Godley.
If things ever start shaking at Immaculate Conception School of Denton the students know what to do. The Federal Emergency Management Agency held the ‘Great American Shakeout’ Thursday. Over 2 million students across the central United States took part.
When you think about severe weather in North Texas, flash floods and tornadoes come to mind. But the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) wants to make sure everyone knows what to do in the event of a major earthquake.
East Texas had another minor earthquake. The U.S. Geological Survey said that the 4.1 magnitude quake happened at 1:01 a.m. Friday morning near the town of Timpson.