Morning roundup Top Stories: Tsunami Watch Lifted; Trayon Martin Prosecutor To Speak Facebook Twitter Google+ Email April 11, 20129:50 AM ET Mark Memmott Twitter Good morning. Our early headlines: — Tsunami Watch Canceled In Indian Ocean; Quake Struck Near Indonesia. — Trayvon Martin Death: Prosecutor Plans Announcement By Late Friday. — Violence In Syria Reportedly Continues; Annan Seeks Help From Iran. — With Santorum Gone, What Next? — Former Sheriff's Name Taken Off Jail Where He's Now An Inmate. Other stories in the news: — Arkansas Fires Football Coach Bobby Petrino For Misconduct. (Arkansas Online) — "Best Buy CEO Resigns Under Cloud." (Star Tribune) — "Wife Of Powerful Chinese Politician Becomes Suspect In Murder Case." (Voice of America) — "Defiant North Korea Begins Injecting Fuel Into Rocket." (Reuters) Facebook Twitter Google+ Email Violence In Syria Reportedly Continues; Annan Seeks Help From IranApril 11, 2012 VIDEO: Watch 'Snackman' Casually Break Up A FightApril 11, 2012 We no longer support commenting on NPR.org stories, but you can find us every day on Facebook, Twitter, email, and many other platforms. Learn more or contact us.