A small earthquake was reported Sunday night in Major County in northern Oklahoma, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
The 3.6-magnitude quake happened around 11:30 p.m.
The epicenter was 2.2 miles East of Meno, 14.4 miles West of Enid, 53.1 miles Northwest of Guthrie, and 60 miles North of El Reno.
The earthquake was more than 10 miles deep.
While Oklahoma has seen a steady decrease in earthquakes over the past couple of years, they're still happening and geologists want to know why.
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission is taking action following a spike in earthquakes in Kingfisher County.
Oklahoma's earthquakes are shaking up homes in the area, and that's having an impact on the real estate market.
A hearing is scheduled for this afternoon in Norman for an earthquake case dating back nearly six years.