Oklahoma is becoming a hotbed for earthquakes, and this special coverage page maps out every earthquake that happens in Oklahoma.

The last 25 earthquakes with a magnitude of 2.5 or higher within a 400-mile radius of Oklahoma City

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  • If you've felt an earthquake in Oklahoma lately, you must read this

    Published: Mon, Apr 28, 2014

    In the nearly 35 years since she’d anchored her dinner bell on these 11 and a half acres in Parker County, Texas, Georgianna McKee had never felt an earthquake until November 6, 2013. She could look back 150 years, and the historical record would bear no evidence of seismic activity in the area...

  • Two quakes felt in Edmond and Guthrie

    From Staff Reports | Updated: Sun, Apr 20, 2014

    Just after 1 p.m., a 4.0 magnitude earthquake was felt 8 miles north of Edmond. About 20 minutes later another earthquake, this time a 3.7 magnitude, was felt 6 miles south/southwest of Guthrie.

  • A 3.4 magnitude earthquake has been reported Thursday in Oklahoma

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Published: Thu, Apr 17, 2014

    A small earthquake has been reported in Oklahoma. The 3.4 magnitude quake was at 6:50 a.m. Thursday.

  • Hundreds of earthquakes strike central Idaho, rattling nerves

    Published: Wed, Apr 16, 2014

    Hundreds of low-level and medium-sized earthquakes have struck central Idaho since last month, puzzling geologists who wonder whether the ruptures portend a much larger temblor to come or are merely the rumblings of a seismic fault previously thought to be dormant, Reuters reports. The recent...

  • 4 tips for surviving Oklahoma earthquakes

    Richard Hall | Published: Fri, Apr 11, 2014

    Earthquakes, am I right? Oklahomans are used to Mother Nature’s ebb and flow, but these stronger-than-normal earthquakes are kind of new to us. And if you live in the Jones, Perry and Guthrie areas, then you’re really feeling them, and almost on a daily basis.

  • Earthquakes shake central Oklahoma Wednesday and Thursday

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: Thu, Apr 10, 2014

    A 4.1 magnitude earthquake was reported in central Oklahoma. The quake happened early Thursday and was one of several in the area.

  • Magnitude-4.1 quake rattles central Oklahoma

    From staff and wire reports | Published: Thu, Apr 10, 2014

    A magnitude-4.1 earthquake shook central Oklahoma early Thursday, awakening many in the middle of the night.

  • Scientists, oil industry still probing earthquake link

    BY PAUL MONIES, ADAM WILMOTH and JAY F. MARKS | Updated: Tue, Apr 8, 2014

    NewsOK energy reporters chatted with readers Tuesday morning about the oil industry and earthquakes. Read the complete chat transcript below.

  • French scientists are working on an acoustic earthquake shield

    Published: Tue, Apr 8, 2014

    A group of French scientists has developed a method of shielding cities from the force of an earthquake, and after devastating earthquakes in Chile, the idea is drawing some much-deserved attention, reports The Verge. It works on the principle of refraction, planting an array of boreholes to...

  • Magnitude-4 earthquake shakes central Oklahoma

    FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS | Updated: Mon, Apr 7, 2014

    A 4-magnitude earthquake Monday was the fifth 4.0-magnitude or higher earthquake measured in Oklahoma since March 30, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

  • More earthquakes rattle central Oklahoma

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: Mon, Mar 31, 2014

    A 4.1-magnitude earthquake happened at 9:09 a.m. Sunday northwest of Crescent. Three earthquakes above 3.0-magnitude were reported Monday in central Oklahoma.

  • Eleven earthquakes shake Oklahoma early Sunday

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: Sun, Mar 30, 2014

    The largest quake was measured 4.4-magnitude with an epicenter 12 miles north, northwest of Crescent.

  • Three earthquakes shake central Oklahoma on Thursday

    From Staff Reports | Updated: Thu, Mar 20, 2014

    Since early Wednesday, the U.S. Geological Survey has reported seven earthquakes in Oklahoma measured 3.1 magnitude or higher.

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