Early this month Chicagoans felt the earth move but the seismic activity is believed not to be an earthquake.
Recently the states of Oklahoma and Texas have experienced an up tick in earthquake activity.
A moderate earthquake gets the attention of many Texans.
The state of Oklahoma has experienced an unusual swarm of earthquakes in a brief period of time.
A small 2.2 magnitude quake shook Oklahoma after a period without quakes.
At 6:23pm CT on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 a small temblor shook northern Texoma.
On the last day of April a small temblor was recorded along the edge of the Caprock.
Light strength, late night quake shakes south central Oklahoma.
A series of earthquakes hit central Oklahoma starting at around 1:45 a.m. Tuesday.
Two temblors shook metro Oklahoma City on Thursday, one a 3.3 and another a 3.2.
For the third time in one week the state of Oklahoma was shaken by an earthquake.
The strongest intensity shaking reported to the USGS was a level "V" shaking which is considered to be "Moderate."
At least five people were killed on Wednesday after a strong earthquake in the South Pacific generated a 3 foot tsunami.
2.8 magnitude quake shook southeast of Duncan on New Year's Day.
A strong earthquake struck Friday off the coast of northeastern Japan, triggering small tsunami waves in the same region hit by a massive earthquake and tsunami last year.
Thousands of people in the Dallas ares may have felt two earthquakes within ten minutes late Saturday night
A major earthquake hit northwestern Costa Rica on Wednesday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. Buildings were evacuated and others sustained structural damage, but only two minor injuries were immediately reported.
Many Oklahoma insurance agents say homeowners are now inquiring about earthquake insurance.
Late Monday night a 4.7 quake hit central OK again and again it was felt by many Texomans. This was the third in three days.
Two earthquakes that rattled and left damage in Oklahoma Saturday were strong enough to shake things up and startle residents here and farther south.
And those quakes made history in the Sooner State.
A list of the biggest quakes in Oklahoma shows the 4.7 magnitude quake that struck around 2 a.m., Saturday morning, followed by the 5.6 quake Saturday night are the state's third strongest and strongest in Oklahoma history.
And as Mechell Dixon reports, those quakes are still the talk all around Texoma.