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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  • Do quakes precede a big one, or prevent it?

    By Adam Wilmoth, Energy Editor | Updated: Tue, Aug 26, 2014

    The state’s ongoing, three-year earthquake swarm has produced thousands of tiny earthquakes, but so far only 20 magnitude 4.0 or greater and only one magnitude 5.0 or greater. One of the most pressing questions is whether another big one — or something even stronger — is likely.

  • History of earthquakes in Oklahoma

    By Adam Wilmoth, Energy Editor | Updated: Tue, Aug 26, 2014

    Oklahoma is a geologically active area. The rocks and faults that underlie the state reveal a history of significant seismic change. The occasional tembler has been known throughout state history to cause minor damage and rattle nerves.

  • While in San Francisco, an Oklahoma City Community College student experiences 6.0 earthquake

    By Kyle Schwab, Staff Writer | Published: Mon, Aug 25, 2014

    Early Sunday, Talbot Cox woke up to shaking and swaying in his 20th-floor hotel room in downtown San Francisco.

  • News 9: Security Cameras At Edmond Liquor Store Capture 4.3 Magnitude Quake

    Published: Wed, Aug 20, 2014

    Tuesday's 4.3 earthquake is the metro's first 4.0 or higher in nearly a month, reports News 9, and it's given one business owner a new sense of awareness. That message came just before 7:45 a.m. Mark Uselton was on the computer in the back of the showroom, inside his liquor store on Waterloo...

  • 4.2 earthquake rattles central Oklahoma

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Updated: Tue, Aug 19, 2014

    A Guthrie, Oklahoma, resident described Tuesday morning’s earthquake as one of the stronger ones he has felt.

  • 'Houses are bouncing' in Oklahoma

    Published: Mon, Aug 11, 2014

    GUTHRIE - Inside the small U-Haul rental office in Guthrie, Oklahoma, Tami Boxley routinely deals with something that once was rare: the rattling, booming roll of the earth, Reuters reports. In the last week alone, residents of Guthrie, pop. 10,191, have felt five quakes rock the town a half...

  • Oklahoma business briefs for Aug. 5, 2014

    Published: Tue, Aug 5, 2014

    Oklahoma business briefs for Aug. 5, 2014

  • State senator calls for federal earthquake task force

    By Adam Wilmoth, Energy Editor | Published: Mon, Aug 4, 2014

    A state senator and an Oklahoma petroleum geologist on Monday called for a federal task force to develop a statewide emergency action plan in response to the ongoing earthquake swarm.

  • 4.3 magnitude quake reported in northern Oklahoma

    BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | Updated: Tue, Jul 29, 2014

    MEDFORD — The U.S. Geological Survey says an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.3 struck northern Oklahoma on Monday night. The USGS reports the quake with an epicenter about 15 miles west-southwest of Medford hit around 9:45 p.m. at a depth of about 4.7 miles. Angela Wilson, a...

  • Oil company geologist to talk Oklahoma earthquakes

    BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | Published: Wed, Jul 23, 2014

    A geologist with one of the country’s largest independent oil producers will talk about the recent uptick in earthquake activity in Oklahoma. Continental Resources’ Vice President of Geology Glen Brown will deliver a luncheon address Wednesday to members of the Oklahoma Geological Society....

  • Earthquake damage in Harrah from shake-up in central Oklahoma early Tuesday

    FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS | Updated: Tue, Jul 15, 2014

    Broken windows among damage.

  • 3.9 earthquake reported near Medford, Oklahoma early Monday

    FROM STAFF REPORTS | Published: Mon, Jul 14, 2014

    A 3.9 magnitude earthquake was reported Monday. The quake was southwest of Medford, Oklahoma, the U.S. Geological Survey reports.

  • Oklahoma: 5,000% increase in earthquakes - Video

    Published: Thu, Jul 10, 2014

    Oklahoma is experiencing an increase in the number of earthquakes and some scientists believe it may be caused by underground injection wells from oil and natural gas production.

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