BOISE -- A small earthquake jolted parts of southeastern Idaho and western Wyoming.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the temblor measured at 3.6 magnitude occurred late Wednesday on the Idaho side of the Idaho-Wyoming border.
The nearest city is Afton, Wyoming, about 14 miles from the epicenter. Afton police say officers felt the quake but there were no reports of damage.
Police in Pocatello and Idaho Falls, both about 60 miles from the epicenter, say the quake went mostly unnoticed.