Alaska ended its year with yet another aftershock of the intense 7.0 earthquake that rocked the Southcentral region a month ago.

The U.S. Geological Survey and the Alaska Earthquake Center registered the temblor at 6:03 p.m. Monday as a 5.0, with USGS reporting that it struck 6.7 miles north-northeast of Anchorage at a depth of 37.4 kilometers.

KTVA viewers as far away as Kasilof reported feeling the quake.

The region has seen more than 6,000 aftershocks since the Nov. 30 quake that caused damage across the region, including a 4.8 on Dec. 9 and a 4.2 on Dec. 16. Both of those quakes were centered near Big Lake in the Mat-Su.

Jeff Bridges contributed information to this story.

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