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A group of Denmark residents is alleging that the small South Carolina town has used an unapproved chemical to treat drinking water for the last decade. Attorneys filed a class action lawsuit, which included three plaintiffs upon filing, late Thursday afternoon.

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Unlike some other states, physicians in South Carolina are not required to report individual cases of acute flaccid myelitis to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control, opening the possibility that there could be more.

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U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy downplayed speculation Wednesday that he could be the next attorney general, saying he would be willing to take a call from President Donald Trump but still plans to leave national politics.

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During the worst of Hurricane Florence, the Great Pee Dee River dumped more than a half-million gallons of water — enough to fill a 5-foot-deep swimming pool the size of a football field — every single second.