Schools prepare for socially distant classrooms

Students in Greenville, South Carolina, can expect to wear masks and practice social distancing inside their classrooms and on school buses when they head back to class in the fall. (July 20)

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Shoeless Joe museum honors banned baseball player

‘Shoeless’ Joe Jackson remains banned from baseball 100 years after he and seven Chicago White Sox teammates were accused of throwing the 1919 World Series. A small museum is located In the house where Jackson lived in Greenville, South Carolina. (Oct. 9)

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Trump rallies in Greenville as impeachment bid blocked in Congress | AFP

US President Trump holds a rally in Greenville, North Carolina — his first since announcing his 2020 re-election bid — after sparking outrage with attacks on ethnic minority Democrats, as an opposition bid to launch impeachment proceedings was shot down in the US Congress.

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Severe storms tear through town outside Dallas

A severe storm that local officials reported as a tornado struck the northeast Texas city of Greenville, causing widespread tree and roof damage. There were no immediate reports of injuries. (June 20)

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2 Trump Girls: Meeting The Donald’s Super Fans, Diamond And Silk

“Diamond and Silk” have taken their popular YouTube channel to the campaign trail, “stumping for Trump” across the country.

Former Democrats, the North Carolina duo switched their allegiances when Trump announced his candidacy, and hope to convince other Democrats to do the same.

VICE News spoke with the sisters at the Trump headquarters in Greenville, South Carolina about why they think Trump should be president.

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Trump’s Faithful Televangelists (Extra Scene from ‘Trump Carolina’)

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Evangelical Christians helped propel Donald Trump to victory in the South Carolina GOP primary last Saturday. Trump came in with 34 percent of the evangelical vote, beating both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, who often cite their Christian backgrounds on the campaign trail.

Though Trump’s strong evangelical support in South Carolina came as a surprise to many political observers, VICE News found Trump gaining ground with these voters as we traveled across South Carolina’s conservative Upstate region.

Mike Murdock, a prominent Texas televangelist, surprised a crowd of thousands when he announced his support for Trump at a rally in Greenville. At the same rally, South Carolina pastor and televangelist Mark Burns opened the event with a prayer and told us why Trump was the best choice for the evangelical community.

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