What we know about the quake: A 7.0-magnitude earthquake rocked buildings in Anchorage Friday morning. Officials issued a tsunami warning for southern Alaska coastal areas of Cook’s Inlet and part of the Kenai peninsula.
10:37 a.m.: The Anchorage school district told parents that all students were safe following the earthquake, according to the Anchorage Daily News.
10:27 a.m.: People on social media are posting video and photos showing reported damage in the Anchorage area.
10:20 a.m. The United States Geological Survey is now listing the earthquake as a 7.0-magnitude shaking, according to its website.
10:10 a.m. A 6.6 magnitude earthquake shook Anchorage Friday morning. The Associated Press reports the shaking caused lamp posts and trees to sway, prompted people to run from offices and seek shelter under desks.
Officials issued a tsunami warning for southern Alaska coastal areas of Cook’s Inlet and part of the Kenai peninsula.