Six things to know – 4/22/16

Here are six things to know for today.

A 5.0 magnitude earthquake struck overnight in Ecuador. No word on any damages or injuries. This is the third quake for the country in less than a week.

Musicians around the world are remembering Prince this morning. An autopsy is scheduled for today after the star was found unresponsive yesterday. No word on what caused his death.

Fifteen people died when torrential rains triggered a mudslide in India overnight. Rescuers said it swept through a labor camp, construction site, and a tourist spot. Two workers are still unaccounted for and it is feared they are buried in the debris.

The Golden State Warriors are not invincible. They lost to the Houston Rockets 96 to 95 overnight. It was their first loss in several games.

The US 45 Ohio River Brookport Bridge will be reduced to one lane today. Crews will perform a yearly walk-through inspection of the bridge structure.

Today is Earth Day! The very first Earth Day was held in 1970. and has since grown into what the Earth Day Network calls a worldwide movement. The goal is to plan more than 7 billion trees and make cities run on 100% renewable resources.

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