Included in this evening’s newscast:
— Federal prosecutors indicated Tuesday they will seek the death penalty against Dylann Roof.
— The SC House is about to pass a road funding package that revamps DOT and borrows up to $2.2 billion to pay for roadwork.
— Restaurant owners across the state worry new federal overtime rules could hurt their employees more than help.
— A bill advancing to the Senate floor would no longer allow cities and towns to cancel elections if only one person is listed on the ballot.