September 7, 2018 / 2:30 AM / Updated 5 minutes ago Magnitude 6.3 quake hits central Ecuador, felt in capital QUITO (Reuters) – A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck central Ecuador on Thursday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said, although there were no immediate reports of casualties or damage. The quake hit 94 km (58 miles) south of the city of Ambato at a depth of 112 km (69 miles), the USGS said. Tremors were felt in the capital, Quito, and in the industrial port city of Guayaquil, where people ran into the streets, a Reuters witness said. Ecuador’s geological institute said the earthquake, which hit a remote area with a low population, had a magnitude of 6.5. The Andean nation has frequent seismic activity. In 2016, a devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Ecuador’s Pacific coast, killing more than 650 people. Reporting by Alexandra Valencia; Writing by Angus Berwick; Editing by Shri Navaratnam and Paul Tait
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Newspaper Delivery Man Carjacked at Gunpoint in Jonesboro Newspaper Delivery Man Carjacked at Gunpoint in Jonesboro Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. JONESBORO, Ark. – Police are asking the public to help identify suspects who held a newspaper delivery man at gunpoint early Sunday morning while they stole his vehicle. Jonesboro Police Department received a call around 5:20 a.m. that a man who was delivering newspapers to the Exxon Gas Station on North Main Street was held at gunpoint while his car was stolen. The victim told police that while he was parked at the gas station when another vehicle pulled up near him and two unknown subjects got out. He says the two subjects approached the victim and one pointed a handgun and they got in his vehicle and then both vehicles drove away. The newspaper delivery man was not injured during the robbery and no arrest has been made. The suspect vehicle has been identified as a white Infinity G37 and the stolen vehicle is a beige 2005 Honda Pilot with an Arkansas License plate 358RCL. Detectives ask that anyone with any information that may lead to the identify and arrest of the suspects to please contact the Criminal Investigation Division at 870-935-6710 or if you wish to remain anonymous, to please call Crimestoppers at 870-935-STOP (7867). Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc.
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University student newspaper teams up with radio station Posted: Sep. 3, 2018 7:00 am Updated: Sep. 3, 2018 10:08 am CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) � The National Public Radio affiliate in Cape Girardeau is now teamed up with the student-run newspaper at Southeast Missouri State University, and people involved say the partnership is proving beneficial for both. The Southeast Missourian reports that the student paper, The Arrow, and KRCU-FM joined forces at the start of the fall semester. Arrow faculty adviser Tamara Zellars Buck said the affiliation has been in the works for years and so far, things are going smoothly. The Department of Mass Media had a radio station until 2014. Buck said that since then, the department has been seeking a way to give students another facet of experience. “The idea is, students at The Arrow are doing primarily campus news, but will go out for special coverage,” KRCU general manager Dan Woods said.
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