3.5 quake shakes parts of South Sound

SEATTLE -- A 3.5 earthquake late Saturday night shook a few places around Puget Sound, but not everyone felt it.

The US Geological Survey reports that the quake was centered near the Nisqually delta at the south end of the Sound, about six miles northeast of Lacey. The quake was around 35 miles deep.

No damage was reported.

It was hit and miss whether people felt it, as some in Puyallup, Port Orchard and Roy reported feeling the tremor but nearby towns to the south, including Lacey, didn't have any early reports of the quake being felt there.