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Past articles by Rudolph:

Clinton wins SC in landslide

It may be that Hillary Clinton looks back on South Carolina’s Democratic presidential primary as the turning point for her second presidential campaign. → Read More

Technology companies pitch on Day 1 of auto summit

Most of the technology companies that made presentations during the opening day of the fifth-annual South Carolina Automotive Summit talked about their technology. → Read More

Jim Burns leaving Greenville County Council

Greenville County Councilman Jim Burns has decided not to seek re-election → Read More

Democratic candidates spending most of their time outside of the Upstate

The Greenville Chamber invited all presidential candidates, Democrats and Republicans, to speak to its members as part of a series leading up to the state’s first-in-the-South Democratic and Republican presidential primaries. → Read More

Donald Trump wins South Carolina Republican primary

Donald Trump, a billionaire real estate mogul and reality television star from New York City who cussed at campaign events and donated to Hillary Clinton, won South Carolina’s evangelical-heavy Republican presidential primary Saturday on the promise → Read More

Duck Dynasty star joins Cruz for final rally

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz packed a ballroom with cheering supporters at the Greenville Marriott Friday night for the last rally in his campaign to win South Carolina’s first-in-the-South primary. → Read More

2nd place in SC GOP primary could have most impact

At least seven polls of SC Republicans released this week show Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio battling for second place. → Read More

When voting in the primaries, it’s one or the other

South Carolinians are the first Southerners to vote on who the presidential nominees should be for both the Republican and Democratic parties. → Read More

Cruz spurns Trump lawsuit threat

SENECA – Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said Wednesday he’d be happy to present evidence in court to show that Donald Trump, one of his rivals for the GOP nomination, continues to favor abortion rights and would not appoint a conservative → Read More

Cruz denies Gowdy claim of Facebook deception

ANDERSON – Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said in Anderson Tuesday night that his campaign had nothing to do with false reports on Facebook that U.S. Rep. → Read More

Kasich in Greenville: I'll stay 'relentlessly positive'

Republican presidential candidate John Kasich brought his message of collaborative problem-solving to a fire station in Eastside Greenville Tuesday, three days before South Carolina Republicans decide who they want in the White House. → Read More

Trump: Debate audience stacked; RNC denies charge

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said in Greenville Monday that the Republican National Committee stacked the audience at Saturday night’s presidential debate at the Peace Center with supporters of Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio, two of his → Read More

Student bumps into Jeb Bush while eating breakfast

Austin Jenkins was expecting to see presidential candidates Saturday, but he wasn’t expecting to bump into one at breakfast, especially one he likes. → Read More

Trump, Kasich no-shows at BJU presidential forum

Trump dispatched an Easley pastor as a stand-in. → Read More

Fiscal, social conservatives attack Trump in SC

The Club for Growth said it would spend $1.5 million to run an attack ad, while anti-abortion activists urge voting for anyone but Trump. → Read More

Rubio in Spartanburg: SC's primary is 'conservative'

Florida Sen. → Read More

Kasich's initial schedule leaves out the Upstate

Ohio Gov. John Kasich plans nine stops in South Carolina Wednesday through Friday following tonight’s Republican primary in New Hampshire, but none are in the Upstate. → Read More

Interstate lane closures will be part of 85/385 redo

Heads up if you drive on I-85 or 385 or where they intersect at night or on weekends. → Read More

Anti-Trump PAC ready to go on the attack in SC

A Super PAC that’s opposed to Donald Trump as the Republican nominee for president and claims some of the credit for his second-place finish in Iowa says it’s getting ready to launch a campaign in South Carolina. → Read More

Exclusive: TD Bank to add 300 jobs in Greenville

TD Bank plans to add about 300 jobs over the next year, its chief executive said. → Read More