CN2 Newscast – Middle school grieves, Empty pantry shelves, & Eagle esports results

ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – The family of Jessie Purser, who was killed in a car crash involving a lawn mower and a driver who police say was under the influence, is nearing it’s funeral fundraising goal. Lewisville Middle School remembers the 13-year-old student with a vigil.

Also, the Salvation Army in Rock Hill is in need of more food donations, as it says it’s seeing more families in need of food even earlier this year. CN2’s Renee O’Neil learns how you can help.

Plus in CN2 Sports, the Winthrop Eagles Esports team falls short in California tournament.

We have those stories and more in this June 8th edition of CN2 News.

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