A 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit Oklahoma early Saturday, causing damage and tremors that were felt from Kansas to Texas. The United States Geological Survey reports that the quake hit just after 7 a.m. in the north-central region around Pawnee, 74 miles from Oklahoma City. The earthquake ties the strongest in Oklahoma's history. The previous record was set on Nov. 5, 2011, according to the USGS. Early reports show some damage to buildings, but there were no initial reports of any injuries.