Posted: 7:35 PM
- Park officials with Cape Lookout National Seashore say, in the interest of the safety and welfare of park visitors and staff, the park will continue to remain closed Wednesday, October 7 and Thursday, October 8.
- The president's action on Monday makes federal funding available to people in Charleston, Dorchester, Georgetown, Horry, Lexington, Orangeburg, Richland, and Williamsburg counties.
- An emergency medical services director says 25 people were injured when a concrete canopy collapsed on a group of high school band students gathered for a competition in North Carolina.
- A lawsuit filed against North Carolina-based gun maker Remington by families of some Newtown school massacre victims has been sent back to Connecticut state court, where legal experts say it has a better chance of succeeding.
- As A bill in the U.S. Senate to avoid a government shutdown at midnight Wednesday waits on final Congressional approval, a local agency is providing some important information to retailers and food stamp recipients.
- North Carolina lawmakers are back to work trying to hammer out enough differences between themselves and with Gov. Pat McCrory so they can end this year's legislative session sometime this week.
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