A small earthquake shook west Hawaii Island (Big Island) this morning. There was no damage reported and there was no tsunami threat issued. This is the latest in a string of smaller but frequent earthquakes that have hit the Big Island.
The United States Geological Survey estimates that the 3.7 magnitude earthquake was centered 27 miles west of Kailua Kona at a depth of about 6 miles and struck at 4:06 a.m.
It was felt in West Hawaii from Captain Cook to Waikoloa and as far east as Honokaa.