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In arrest warrant affidavits released Oct. 16, the State Law Enforcement Division alleges Murdaugh diverted millions of dollars in settlement money intended for the family of Gloria Satterfield, who died in a slip-and-fall incident at a Murdaugh family residence in February 2018.  Read more

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Shining a light on South Carolina corruption and misconduct.

South Carolina has more than 500 active sand mines, a number that has increased by 35 percent since 2000. But an Uncovered investigation reveals a pattern of abuse. In Awendaw, a company run by Elliott Summey, who has held powerful public positions, mined millions of dollars in sand and dirt from a public park, leaving behind a string of violations and unanswered questions. Read more

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