BREAKING NEWS: Officials 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. No injuries or damage were reported. The earthquake was centered near the town of Wakita, which is right on the state’s border with Kansas and is about 100 miles north of Oklahoma City. The

USGS says the quake was felt in Wichita and other parts of Kansas. Scientists have linked Oklahoma’s sharp increase in earthquakes to the underground injection of wastewater by oil and gas companies. State regulators have asked companies in earthquake-prone areas to reduce the volume of wastewater or shut down the wells altogether. READ MORE