Evacuation Orders Could End Sunday

The governor updates the state's response to the natural disaster.

Columbia, SC (AP) - South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley says more than 866,000 homes and businesses remain without power after Hurricane Matthew raked the state.

Haley said at a Saturday evening news conference that she hopes power restoration efforts can begin Sunday as the storm moves out of the state.

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Authorities say 15 miles of Interstate 95 south of the North Carolina border remain closed due to flooding.

Another section of I-95 southbound lanes are closed north of Beaufort because of flooding.

Haley says no deaths in South Carolina have been reported but she warned that people searching have not been able to get to some areas.

Haley hopes that local officials can rescind some evacuation orders Sunday.

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