3.8 MAGNITUDE QUAKE FELT IN SOUTH-CENTRAL UTAH
Residents in south-central Utah awoke to an earthquake Wednesday morning.
The University of Utah seismograph center has downgraded the magnitude of the quake to 3.8. It hit at 6:51 a.m. about nine miles southwest of Cedar City, at a depth of about four miles.
The magnitude of the quake was originally said to be 4.1.
Emergency dispatchers say there have been no reports of damage or injury.