A magnitude-4.6 earthquake northwest of Malibu caused widespread shaking that was felt early Friday afternoon from the coast to inland areas of Southern California.

Some weak to light shaking was also felt in parts of north San Diego County. Marla Dailey was working in a Thousand Oaks dental office when she felt shaking.

The U.S. Geological Survey said Friday that a magnitude-5.7 earthquake struck the Big Island of Hawaii with some shaking reported about 200 miles away in Honolulu.

The earthquake about 10 a.m. local time was centered 11 miles south of Naalehu, Hawaii, at a depth of 6 miles. No tsunami warning was expected, according to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.