The number of earthquakes in Oklahoma has skyrocketed since 2009. Here is our ongoing coverage of quakes in the state.
At Cushing quake’s epicenter, some residents feel overlooked by state: By Kaelynn Knoernschild
Despite strong recent quakes, total this year hundreds below 2015: By Dylan Goforth and Ziva Branstetter
Energy execs led panels at state’s invitation-only earthquake workshop: By Ziva Branstetter
Insurers reaped $135 million selling quake policies, paid out $4.5 million: By Ziva Branstetter
Compounding Fractures: Larger earthquakes might be on the way for the state: By 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
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