The second earthquake in almost two months happened in Michigan on Tuesday.
The 3.3 magnitude quake occurred around 11:42a.m., in rural Calhoun County, near Tekonsha, about 20 miles from the epicenter of the May earthquake in Kalamazoo County.
Scientists from Western Michigan University and the U.S. Geological Survey say the quake is not related to fracking, MLive Media Group/ The Grand Rapids Pre
Where were you around 12:25p.m. Saturday? Did you feel a weird rumbling/ quaking?
I've heard some interesting tales of what people thought it was-- a car accident, odd thunder on an otherwise gorgeous and sunny day, houseguests wrestling in another room (this comes from my little brother who's 24, for which that would be a totally normal thing).
Turns out, it was an actual earthquake here in West
During coverage of the 6.0 magnitude earthquake that struck California's Napa Valley and San Francisco Bay areas early last Sunday morning, a man claiming to be a cop called into CNN to give some inside information the quake and the recovery efforts.
We all know where this is going.