Wednesday Jun 25
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
States confront worries about fracking, quakes
Barbara Brown poses for a photo on the front step of her home that now sits about one foot off the surface of her lawn, Saturday, June 21, 2014, in Reno, Texas.
Quakes Rattle Confidence in Texas Energy Boom
It wasn't the semi-trucks rumbling down country roads, or the dust, or the natural gas wells that popped up around their homes that finally got to residents of Azle and Reno, Texas.
As Texas Shakes and Regulators Stall, Midland Will Have its Water and Frack Too
If you live just a little northwest of Fort Worth, chances are you've felt an earthly rumble and grumble at least once in the last six months.
Scientific answer to quakes a year off, researcher tells Azle forum
Researchers at Southern Methodist University have a good picture of faults that underlie the Azle area but are at least a year away from finding an explanation for the string of small earthquakes that hit the area last year.
Reno, Azle Residents Want Answers About Recent Earthquakes
A special panel forum will be held Wednesday night for residents of Reno and Azle, where earthquakes have recently been reported.