GRANT COUNTY, Okla. — An earthquake near the Kansas border with Oklahoma shook residents in both states just before 8 a.m. Friday.
The quake measured a magnitude 4.2 and was centered approximately 3 miles west of Manchester, Oklahoma, and just 14 miles from Anthony, Kansas, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Friday's quake follows a series of over two dozen quakes in the Wichita area since late November, including a 3.7 magnitude quake on Dec. 19. It was the strongest quake in the Wichita area in five years. There are no reports of damage or injury from Friday's quake.