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CHILD SHOT

Child, 7, injured by gunfire at apartments in South Carolina

BAMBERG, S.C. (AP) — Authorities are investigating after a 7-year-old child was shot and injured at a South Carolina apartment complex. Bamberg Police Chief James Smoak said the child suffered “superficial injuries” when struck by gunfire late Sunday. Paramedics took the child to a hospital for treatment. Authorities said the shooting incident happened at the Villa Apartments in Bamberg, about 60 miles south of Columbia. No other details were immediately released.

VIRUS OUTBREAK-SOUTH CAROLINA

South Carolina Boeing worker tests positive for virus

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — An employee at Boeing's South Carolina production facility has tested positive for COVID-19. Boeing spokeswoman Libba Holland said Monday that the employee was quarantined and being treated. Holland also said Boeing had asked all workers at the facility “who were in close contact” with that employee to self-quarantine at home and monitor themselves for any symptoms. The case is the first to be confirmed at the facility, where the aerospace manufacturer assembles its 787 Dreamliner jet. According to Holland, around 7,000 workers work at the North Charleston plant.

VIRUS OUTBREAK-BOEING

Boeing to suspend production in Seattle because of virus

SEATTLE (AP) — Boeing is suspending operations at its Seattle area facilities due to the spread of coronavirus, idling tens of thousands of workers. Dozens of people have died in Washington state because of COVID-19, mostly in the Seattle area. The company says operations would be reduced beginning Wednesday and production would be suspended for two weeks. Boeing employs more than 60,000 people in the state. It said employees in the region who can work from home will continue doing so and those who can't - like the tens of thousands of machinists who build airplanes - will receive paid leave during the shutdown.

WATERFALL DEATH

South Carolina woman dies after fall from top of waterfalls

PICKENS, S.C. (AP) — Authorities say a South Carolina woman has died after falling over the edge of waterfalls. The Pickens County Coroner's Office says she was camping with friends Sunday and was at the top of Laurel Forks Falls when she fell. She was identified as 25-year-old Taylor Coleman of Simpsonville. An autopsy was planned for Monday. The falls are northwest of Greenville, near the North Carolina line.

FATAL POLICE SHOOTING

No charges for officers who fatally shot South Carolina man

CHESTER, S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina Attorney General's Office says the officers who fatally shot a man outside a store where he was accused of shoplifting will not be charged. A news release from the agency says the Chester police officers acted in self-defense when they shot and killed 28-year-old Ariane McCree in November. McCree's family members filed a lawsuit earlier this year stating that he was handcuffed behind his back when he was shot by three officers. The attorney general's office says McCree attacked officers while handcuffed and pulled a gun before two officers shot him. Police video related to the shooting hasn't been released.

VIRUS OUTBREAK-TOWN HALLS

The new town hall: Anxiety, fear and few satisfying answers

CHICAGO (AP) — Across the country, anxious Americans are finding an audience for their questions about the new coronavirus in telephone town halls with their senators and representatives. These are the socially distanced versions of the constituent meetings that have long been held in community centers, libraries and city halls. But these are not the town halls of the past. There's little ideological warfare or finger-pointing. Instead, the calls can feel like listening in on painful family conversation. The questions are far more personal than political.