The Interior rumbled early this morning with a sizeable quake. With an epicenter just 35 miles west of Fairbanks, a 3.83 earthquake occurred at 1:21 a.m. April 11, 2012. Since that initial temblor, a number of minor quakes continue to rattle the center of the state. A quick count on the Alaska Earthquake Information Center's Recent Earthquakes map show an additional 19 minor quakes have occurred since.
To stay on top of Alaska's seismicity, find out the details on the AEIC site at http://www.aeic.alaska.edu.