HOUSTON (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP'S 2020-RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE IS ENCOURAGING SUPPORTERS TO DONATE TO DISASTER RELIEF EFFORTS FOR THOSE AFFECTED BY HARVEY. A NOTE TUESDAY TO THE MORE THAN 10 MILLION EMAIL ADDRESSES THE CAMPAIGN HAS COLLECTED LINKS TO THE RED CROSS, SALVATION ARMY, UNITED WAY AND LOCAL ANIMAL RESCUE OPERATIONS. THE EMAIL ENCOURAGES PEOPLE TO "HELP OUR FELLOW AMERICANS IN NEED."

WASHINGTON (AP) - A SPOKESWOMAN SAYS PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP WANTS TO BE "VERY CAUTIOUS" ABOUT MAKING SURE THAT HIS ACTIVITIES IN TEXAS DON'T DISRUPT HARVEY RECOVERY EFFORTS. WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY SARAH HUCKABEE SANDERS SAYS TRUMP'S STOPS TUESDAY IN CORPUS CHRISTI AND AUSTIN ARE INTENDED TO HIGHLIGHT COORDINATION AT ALL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT AND LAY THE GROUNDWORK FOR WHAT IS EXPECTED TO BE A LENGTHY RECOVERY AFTER THE STORM.

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (AP) - BRITAIN'S LEADER IS PLEDGING TO JOIN WITH INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS TO PRESSURE NORTH KOREA TO STOP MISSILE TESTS AFTER A LAUNCH OVER THE JAPANESE ISLAND OF HOKKAIDO. ON THE EVE OF A VISIT TO JAPAN, PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY SAYS SHE WILL DISCUSS THE MATTER WITH HER COUNTERPART SHINZO ABE. IN A FIRST, NORTH KOREA ON TUESDAY FIRED A MISSILE DESIGNED TO CARRY A NUCLEAR PAYLOAD THAT FLEW OVER JAPAN AND SPLASHED INTO THE NORTHERN PACIFIC OCEAN.

WASHINGTON (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP SAYS "ALL OPTIONS ARE ON THE TABLE" AFTER NORTH KOREA LAUNCHED BALLISTIC MISSILES OVER JAPAN. TRUMP SAYS IN A STATEMENT THAT "THREATENING AND DESTABILIZING ACTIONS" ONLY INCREASE NORTH KOREA'S ISOLATION. TRUMP AND PRIME MINISTER SHINZO ABE OF JAPAN SPOKE BY TELEPHONE AND AGREED THAT NORTH KOREA POSES "A GRAVE AND GROWING DIRECT THREAT" TO THE UNITED STATES, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA AND COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD, THE WHITE HOUSE SAID TUESDAY.

HOUSTON (AP) - MORE PEOPLE ARE ARRIVING AT THE ALREADY AT CAPACITY GEORGE R. BROWN CONVENTION CENTER THAT'S BEEN SET UP AS A SHELTER FOR PEOPLE ESCAPING FLOODWATERS IN HOUSTON. PEOPLE HAVE ARRIVED BY THE BUSLOAD AND TRUCKLOAD EVEN AFTER THE CONVENTION CENTER EXCEEDED ITS CAPACITY OF 5,000. VOLUNTEERS PUSHED COTS TOGETHER TO MAKE SPACE ON THE FLOOR. SOME PEOPLE ARE LAYING OUT TOWELS, BLANKETS AND STRIPS OF CARDBOARD.
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A 13-YEAR-OLD GIRL DIED SATURDAY AFTER AN SUV DRIFTED OFF A HIGHWAY, OVERCORRECTED AND ROLLED SEVERAL TIMES NEAR HARTVILLE, IN EASTERN WYOMING.

THE WYOMING HIGHWAY PATROL SAYS SHORTLY AFTER 4 P.M. SATURDAY, A 2003 FORD EXCURSION WAS NORTHBOUND ON WY 270. FOR UNKNOWN REASONS, NEAR MILEPOST 510, THE SUV DRIFTED OFF THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ROAD, HITTING A DELINEATOR AND MILE-MARKER POST.

THE DRIVER THEN OVERCORRECTED HER SUV TO THE LEFT, ENTERING THE SOUTHBOUND RIGHT-OF-WAY. THE SUV ROLLED SEVERAL TIMES BEFORE COMING TO REST ON ITS ROOF.

THE DRIVER AND TWO JUVENILE PASSENGERS WERE TAKEN BY HELICOPTER TO REGIONAL WEST MEDICAL CENTER IN SCOTTSBLUFF, NEBRASKA, WHERE 13-YEAR-OLD LILLY NEHRING DIED.

TWO OTHER OCCUPANTS OF THE SUV WERE TAKEN BY AMBULANCE TO WHEATLAND.

THE PATROL SAYS EVERYONE INSIDE THE FORD WAS WEARING THEIR SEAT BELTS AT THE TIME OF THE CRASH.
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MONDAY'S TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE TURNED OUT TO BE A RECORD-BREAKING EVENT FOR GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK.
PARK SPOKESWOMAN DENISE GERMANN SAYS THE WEEKEND BEFORE THE ECLIPSE AND THE DAY OF THE ECLIPSE RESULTED IN THE BUSIEST WEEKEND IN THE HISTORY OF THE PARK.

PARK TRAFFIC DATA COLLECTION INDICATES THAT THERE WAS ABOUT A 40 PERCENT INCREASE IN PARK VISITS COMPARED TO THE PREVIOUS RECORD VISITATION ON THE SAME DAYS IN 2015 AND 2016.

FOR THE FIRST TIME IN PARK HISTORY, ALL BACKCOUNTRY PERMITS WERE ISSUED FOR THREE DAYS STRAIGHT.

STATE TOURISM DIRECTOR DIANE SHOBER SAYS THE EVENT IMPACTED THE ENTIRE STATE ALTHOUGH IT'S NOT YET KNOWN HOW MANY PEOPLE CAME FOR THE EVENT.

STILL, SHOBER SAID THE EVENT WAS HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL AND BENEFITED WYOMING IN MANY WAYS.