More Videos

Dashcam video of pursuit of Robert Lee Clark, Jr. 5:35

Dashcam video of pursuit of Robert Lee Clark, Jr.

Watch: Jordyn Adams discusses senior season, UNC and MLB Draft 1:24

Watch: Jordyn Adams discusses senior season, UNC and MLB Draft

Watch: Gamecock commits Joyner, Manos build on friendship at Shrine Bowl 1:11

Watch: Gamecock commits Joyner, Manos build on friendship at Shrine Bowl

Steven Gilmore discusses winning North offensive MVP honors 0:38

Steven Gilmore discusses winning North offensive MVP honors

Santa's elf got pulled over by a deputy. Here's what happened 1:48

Santa's elf got pulled over by a deputy. Here's what happened

Dakereon Joyner describes his love of USC and his 3 girlfriends 1:47

Dakereon Joyner describes his love of USC and his 3 girlfriends

Catherine Templeton: 'Henry is no Trump!' 2:43

Catherine Templeton: 'Henry is no Trump!'

South Carolina's updated bowl outlook 1:00

South Carolina's updated bowl outlook

Special prosecutor David Pascoe outlines Rick Quinn's plea agreement 2:16

Special prosecutor David Pascoe outlines Rick Quinn's plea agreement

USC’s Patrick Wright explains why sexual harassment often goes unreported 1:56

USC’s Patrick Wright explains why sexual harassment often goes unreported

  • Siblings mark grave of brother killed as a toddler 60 years earlier

    Grown siblings of Eugene Sanders found the grave of Eugene Sanders, a two-year-old boy who died in 1957, just three weeks shy of his third birthday in Rock Hill. The toddler was hit by a car, but his parents could not afford a headstone at the time of his death. The siblings — most of whom never met the boy — searched for his grave in Barber Memorial Cemetery recently and bought a headstone.

Grown siblings of Eugene Sanders found the grave of Eugene Sanders, a two-year-old boy who died in 1957, just three weeks shy of his third birthday in Rock Hill. The toddler was hit by a car, but his parents could not afford a headstone at the time of his death. The siblings — most of whom never met the boy — searched for his grave in Barber Memorial Cemetery recently and bought a headstone. Tracy Kimball
Grown siblings of Eugene Sanders found the grave of Eugene Sanders, a two-year-old boy who died in 1957, just three weeks shy of his third birthday in Rock Hill. The toddler was hit by a car, but his parents could not afford a headstone at the time of his death. The siblings — most of whom never met the boy — searched for his grave in Barber Memorial Cemetery recently and bought a headstone. Tracy Kimball

60 years after Rock Hill boy died, siblings found his grave – and put in a headstone

February 15, 2017 11:20 PM

More Videos

Dashcam video of pursuit of Robert Lee Clark, Jr. 5:35

Dashcam video of pursuit of Robert Lee Clark, Jr.

Watch: Jordyn Adams discusses senior season, UNC and MLB Draft 1:24

Watch: Jordyn Adams discusses senior season, UNC and MLB Draft

Watch: Gamecock commits Joyner, Manos build on friendship at Shrine Bowl 1:11

Watch: Gamecock commits Joyner, Manos build on friendship at Shrine Bowl

Steven Gilmore discusses winning North offensive MVP honors 0:38

Steven Gilmore discusses winning North offensive MVP honors

Santa's elf got pulled over by a deputy. Here's what happened 1:48

Santa's elf got pulled over by a deputy. Here's what happened

Dakereon Joyner describes his love of USC and his 3 girlfriends 1:47

Dakereon Joyner describes his love of USC and his 3 girlfriends

Catherine Templeton: 'Henry is no Trump!' 2:43

Catherine Templeton: 'Henry is no Trump!'

South Carolina's updated bowl outlook 1:00

South Carolina's updated bowl outlook

Special prosecutor David Pascoe outlines Rick Quinn's plea agreement 2:16

Special prosecutor David Pascoe outlines Rick Quinn's plea agreement

USC’s Patrick Wright explains why sexual harassment often goes unreported 1:56

USC’s Patrick Wright explains why sexual harassment often goes unreported

  • Dashcam video of pursuit of Robert Lee Clark, Jr.

    Dashcam video from April 19, 2017, of Berkeley County Deputy James Vansant's pursuit of motorcyclist Robert Lee Clark which ended in a fatal crash in Summerville, SC.