Magnitude 4.0 Quake, 2 Smaller Temblors Rattle OklahomaThe U.S. Geological Survey reports a magnitude 4.0 earthquake and two smaller temblors have struck Oklahoma.
USGS Records 5 Earthquakes Overnight In Northern OklahomaThe U.S. Geological Survey has recorded five small earthquakes in northern Oklahoma, including a magnitude 3.9 temblor near Pawnee where the state's largest earthquake was recorded in September.
USGS: 3.9 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Northern OklahomaThe U.S. Geological Survey is reporting a 3.9 magnitude earthquake has struck northern Oklahoma. There were no immediate reports of injuries or property damage.
After New Regulations, Oklahoma's Shakes Calm Down A BitThe rate of earthquakes in Oklahoma has dropped dramatically since late May, when the state limited wastewater injections into energy wells
Vast Field Of Recoverable Oil, Natural Gas Found In TexasThe U.S. Geological Survey says it has discovered in West Texas one of the largest reserves of recoverable oil in the agency's history.
USGS Reports 5.0-Magnitude Quake Rattles OklahomaAccording to a report by the U.S. Geological Survey, a 5.0-magnitude earthquake shook central Oklahoma Sunday evening.
Magnitude 4.5 Earthquake Shakes Oklahoma OvernightThe earthquake occurred at 11:27 p.m. The U.S. Geological Survey reports the epicenter was near Pawnee, about 70 miles northeast of Oklahoma City.
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?
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.
Earthquake Risk Increases, Especially In OklahomaFederal scientists said that the chance of damaging earthquakes hitting east of the Rockies has increased significantly, much of it a man-made byproduct of drilling for energy. Oklahoma now has a 1 in 8 chance of damaging quakes in 2016.
2 Earthquakes Shook North Texas This WeekendEarthquakes have become common around the old site of the Cowboys Stadium in Irving.