The Agenda: One year since Walter Scott's death; SC prosecutors feud; Haley tallies up gifts

North Charleston traffic stops said to have dropped by half

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(L-R) North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey, Police Chief Eddie Driggers during a 2015 press conference following Walter Scott's shooting death - PAUL BOWERS FILE PHOTO
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  • (L-R) North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey, Police Chief Eddie Driggers during a 2015 press conference following Walter Scott's shooting death

So, how did a special House investigation into corruption turn into a feud between two South Carolina prosecutors that's said to have "tainted" the investigation? Source: P&C, The State

Today marks one year since Walter Scott was shot and killed by North Charleston police as he fled a traffic stop off Remount Road. Since then, traffic stops in the city have reportedly dropped by half, but the family of Walter Scott says policing has not changed much from their perspective. North Charleston Police Chief Eddie Driggers sat down with the P&C to discuss the year since Scott's killing. Source: P&C

According to her most-recent ethics reports, the value of gifts received by Gov. Nikki Haley, including football tickets, art, and jewelry, totaled more than $52,000 in 2015, up more than 50 percent from 2014. Source: The State

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