The number of earthquakes in Oklahoma has skyrocketed since 2009. Here is our ongoing coverage of quakes in the state.


Lawsuit filed by Cushing residents seeks earthquake damages from energy companies: By Ziva Branstetter

At Cushing quake’s epicenter, some residents feel overlooked by stateBy Kaelynn Knoernschild

Despite strong recent quakes, total this year hundreds below 2015By Dylan Goforth and Ziva Branstetter

Energy execs led panels at state’s invitation-only earthquake workshopBy Ziva Branstetter

Insurers reaped $135 million selling quake policies, paid out $4.5 millionBy Ziva Branstetter

Compounding Fractures: Larger earthquakes might be on the way for the stateBy Ben Fenwick and Kassie McClung

Behind the big quake: A regulatory black hole?By Ziva Branstetter

Earthquake suits pile up against Oklahoma energy companies: By Ziva Branstetter

Despite extra earthquake funding, state still lacks lead seismologist: By Dylan Goforth

Seismologist vacancies complicate earthquake response: By Ziva Branstetter

New earthquake report puts state’s risk in plain language: By Ziva Branstetter

Oklahoma on pace to easily break state record for earthquakes: By Alexius Burton

Dangerous rigs: Dozens killed, injured in crashes with trucks hauling wastewater: By Ziva Branstetter and Allison Harris 

Pickens: ‘They’re not even earthquakes’: By Joshua Kline