Scientists Have Proof Some Texas Earthquakes Are Man MadeFor the first time, scientists say they have proof that some Texas earthquakes are man made.
Northern Oklahoma Rocked By 4.3 Magnitude EarthquakeOfficials with the U.S. Geological Survey say a 4.3-magnitude earthquake struck extreme northern Oklahoma late Monday and was widely felt throughout parts of Kansas.
North Texans React To Oklahoma's Strong EarthquakeAn earthquake in Oklahoma was felt Saturday morning in North Texas.
Strong Oklahoma Quake Rattles North TexasA strong 5.6 magnitude earthquake in Oklahoma rattled homes and shook people in their beds from North Texas to Kansas City this morning.
The Difference Between Deep & Shallow EarthquakesA strong earthquake rocks Italy, flattening towns and killing scores of people. An even bigger quake hits Myanmar on the same day, killing a few people. How can a larger jolt cause far less damage?
Powerful Quake Kills Dozens In Central ItalyA strong earthquake struck central Italy early Wednesday, collapsing homes and killing dozens of residents as they slept.
3.5-Magnitude Earthquake Reported Near Oklahoma CityThe Oklahoma City metropolitan area was rattled by an earthquake early Tuesday morning, but there are no reports of damage or injuries.
4.0 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Central OklahomaThe U.S. Geological Survey says the earthquake had a preliminary magnitude of 4.0. It struck shortly after 6 a.m. Wednesday and had in epicenter in Luther, about 23 miles northeast of Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma Regulators Probing Oil, Gas Near Site Of New EarthquakesOklahoma's oil-and-gas regulators are investigating a recent cluster of earthquakes recorded near Blanchard, about 30 miles south of downtown Oklahoma City, including three of magnitude 3.0 or higher.
Magnitude 5.1 Earthquake Shakes California Desert AreaA moderate earthquake hit the Palm Springs area early Friday and was felt across parts of Southern California, but there were no immediate reports of damage.
New Study Underway To Examine Texas Earthquake IncreaseA program to study the recent increase in earthquakes in Texas is getting underway. The TexNet Seismic Monitoring Program is being overseen by the University of Texas and bankrolled with $4.5 million.
Irving Homeowners Think Earthquakes, Not Rain, Caused LandslideThe city says the landslide is not earthquake-related. "It’s a slope failure caused by excessive rainfall.”