NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Four generations of a South Carolina under one roof are being featured on national television.
The segment was to have aired on NBC's "Today Show" on Tuesday, but was bumped because of an interview with President Barack Obama.
The segment now airs Wednesday featuring the family of Troy Hall, of Hanahan, the chief operating officer of the South Carolina Federal Credit Union.
The network is doing a story on the census and found out about the Halls in a story first published last September in The Post and Courier of Charleston.
The family consists of Hall and his wife as well as his parents. Hall's divorced son and Hall's two grandchildren also live in the home
Hall tells about life with four generations his blog lifeinthehallway.com.