According to the US Geological Survey a 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit central Oklahoma Saturday night.
The USGS reports the quake hit at 10:53p.m. about 44 miles east northeast of Oklahoma City.
So far no report of injuries.
No word on whether the quake caused significant damage.
This quake comes after another moderate earthquake early Saturday morning also in central Oklahoma.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported on its website a 4.7 magnitude earthquake struck at 2:12 a.m., with an epicenter about six miles north of Prague in Lincoln County.
That's about 50 miles east of Oklahoma City and 75 miles southwest of Tulsa.
A 3.4 magnitude aftershock was reported at 2:27 a.m. from the same location, as well as a 2.7 magnitude aftershock at 2:44 a.m.
No reports of major damage from the first quake.
The 5.6 quake late Saturday night was reportedly felt by Heartland News viewers in several locations including Poplar Bluff, Chaffee, and Benton, Missouri. Viewers in Murphysboro, and McClure, Illinois also report feeling shaking.