Just in Arkansas alone in the last few months there have been multiple earthquakes, multiple tornadoes, and floods. Central Arkansas in general has been pummeled. There's been 3 or 4 earthquakes since February of 4.0 magnitude or higher. Nothing to do any serious damage but the people that live in that area are starting to get freaked out about the possibility of an even bigger earthquake hitting at any time.
Then, last night a tornado that was reportedly a 1/2 mile wide tore through central Arkansas area (Conway, Little Rock, Maumelle, Vilonia for those that might be familiar with the area) and did quite a bit of damage leaving 9 dead.
On top of that there's been all sorts of flooding from the ridiculous amounts of rain over the last few weeks. A lot of my yard is underwater and parts of it are almost knee deep on me, and I'm 6'5".
It's not just Arkansas either. Oklahoma, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, and Georgia have been getting hit with some or a combination of this stuff, too.
This is about the town that was hit hardest by the tornado last night where four people were killed. The article says 10 people were killed the day before by a series of stuff.
This is about a storm that had real strong winds and knocked over a lot trees. Seven people that night were killed because of trees falling through their house/trailer at night while they were in bed.
While the earthquakes haven't killed anyone, yet, there's still been something like 1,100+ small earthquakes in central Arkansas. Just Google "Greenbrier, Arkansas earthquakes" and you'll get a lot of different links about the earthquakes.