Kodiak City residents feel moderate earthquake in region

    KODIAK CITY, Alaska (AP) — The Alaska Earthquake Center said people in Kodiak City reported early Saturday that they felt a moderate earthquake that struck the Kodiak Island region.

    The center said the magnitude 4.4 earthquake hit at 12:52 a.m. Saturday and had an epicenter that was 58 miles (94 km) south of Akhiok and 140 miles southwest of Kodiak City, which has about 6,000 residents.

    The earthquake had a depth of 5 miles (8 km.)

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