He died from a single punch. Promising footballer Connor Saunders died after a fight in Rottingdean, near Brighton, two years ago.
Today his family held an assembly at a local school telling pupils the lessons they've learned. The Connor Saunders Foundation hopes to provide a legacy for youngsters, teaching them to save lives rather than take them.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Darran Saunders and Courtney Saunders-Jones.
More than 40 firefighters have been tackling a blaze at house in Rottingdean, East Sussex.
The fire service were called at 3.31pm and have been tackling the fire for the last eight hours.
A group of golfers in Sussex were taken by surprise when they went to play on their favourite course - only to find it had no holes. Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to golfers Dave Weller and Arthur Jarvis.
A jury has been told that a boy accused of killing a teenager outside a shop in Sussex was acting in self-defence. Promising footballer Connor Saunders, 19, died from brain injuries after being punched during an argument in Rottingdean earlier this year.
A 14-year-old is on trial, accused of his manslaughter. Malcolm Shaw sent this report from Hove Crown Court. The trial continues.
VIDEO: A 15-year-old boy has gone on trial for killing another teenager who was just 19. Connor Saunders died after an argument outside a shop in Rottingdean near Brighton in April. Charlotte Wilkins reports.
Campaigners hoping to stop a developer from building apartments on Saltdean Lido have held a fundraising day to raise support for their campaign. The hope to force Brighton and Hove Council to negotiate with the leaseholder so that they can purchase the historic site.
A Fun Day is being held today to raise money to re-open Saltdean Lido. The Save Saltdean Lido Campaign was set up in March 2010 by local residents after plans were announced to fill in the swimming pool, develop the site extensively and create 102 flats.
Two fourteen year old boys and a thirteen year old are being questioned by police after a man was found with life-threatening head injuries. It is believed there was an altercation between two groups in Rottingdean, East Sussex late last night.
The nineteen year old was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton, where he remains in a critical condition.