An Oceanside man who died of natural causes in September was elected to office in the coastal San Diego County city more than a month later, officials confirmed Wednesday.

Gary Ernst was elected to Oceanside City Treasurer by a six percent margin over challenger Nadine Scott. The election results are expected to be certified on December 7th by the city council.

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Time For Truth: (NBC News) – Dead Man Elected to Office in Oceanside

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A 3.7 magnitude earthquake detected about 168 nautical miles northeast of Daytona Beach Shores has been reclassified and is now thought to have been caused by a man-made explosion.

New information from the U.S. Navy was what prompted the U.S. Geological Survey to change its designation of the quake.

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Beijing reacted angrily Tuesday to a decision by the U.S. Navy to sail a guided-missile destroyer within 12 miles of artificial islands under construction by China in the South China Sea.

The USS Lassen sailed within the presumed territorial limits around the new islands at Subi and Mischief reefs. Those reefs are among seven oceanic features in the disputed South China Sea where China is dredging sand and building major land-based facilities — including long runways and deep-water ports.

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Spain’s top court has rejected seven appeals against oil exploration in the waters around the Canary Islands.

In 2012, Madrid restored a decade-old permit to prospect for oil off the coast of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, but it was then put on hold following challenges on environmental grounds.

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No “major” hurricane–defined as a Category 3 or above–has made landfall on the continental United States since 2005, according to records compiled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Hurricane Research Division.

That is the longest stretch of time the United States has gone without a Category 3 or above hurricane striking somewhere on the mainland of the country, according to NOAA hurricane records going back to 1851.

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