TIMPSON, Texas -- The United State Geological Survey has confirmed a 4.1 magnitude earthquake in East Texas shortly before 5:00 p.m.
The quake’s epicenter was near Timpson, Texas, about 25 miles northeast of Nacogdoches.
There are no reports of injuries or damage at this time.
Timpson police Officer Adam Renfro says he had received reports of dishes and pictures falling from walls but no significant damage.
The USGS is asking anyone who felt the quake to report it here. For an interactive map of the quake zone, click here.
According to the Texas Almanac, the state has experienced more than 100 earthquakes stronger than a magnitude three since 1847. Ten earthquakes had epicenters near El Paso, Texas.
The largest known earthquake in Texas occured in 1931 near Valentine, Texas.