CHEROKEE, Okla._ One of the strongest earthquakes in recent history rattled Oklahoma early Thursday.
Most people were likely sleeping when it happened around 1:45 a.m. The 4.7 magnitude quake was centered near Cherokee in northwestern Oklahoma. We got a call from somebody who felt it all the way south in Duke, west of Altus. If that's not impressive enough, people in Kansas City also felt the temblor. So far no reports of damage. Oklahoma has now had more than 20 quakes greater than magnitude four just this year.