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As newspapers shrink, the gadfly rises. These citizen watchdogs are becoming critical players in forcing public transparency and accountability.
The State Law Enforcement Division is investigating the findings of a new forensic audit that found severe financial problems left the county at serious risk of fraud.
From a sheriff withdrawing cash without explanation to a clerk paying Christmas bonuses without reporting them to the IRS, a new report outlines vast problems with Allendale County's finances.
More than 1,100 South Carolina educators, law enforcement officers, politicians, government contractors and judges engaged in conduct during the past three years that clearly crossed lines, an Uncovered investigation revealed. These cases represent a gray zone of ethical breaches, cases that often don’t make headlines.
When people aren't looking, corruption can flourish. This week, reporters from the "Uncovered" team shared a behind-the-scenes look at their reporting and what it has brought to light so far.
Flying down zip lines. Tens of thousands of dollars in hotel bills at luxurious resorts. Thousands of dollars in Clemson football tickets. These are some of the perks South Carolina’s public servants lavished on themselves when nobody was watching.