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Cops: Boy lured to home, beaten, shot, burned

Authorities say a group of teens and adults fatally beat and shot 15-year-old Seath Jackson as a result of a plot to lure him to a central Florida home and kill him. Full story

Stitching project spreads lifesaving warmth

  Like an old-fashioned bee, groups of volunteers are turning out handmade sleeping bags for people they’ve never met. NBC’s Chris Jansing reports on the genesis of My Brother’s Keeper.

Husband on sleeping bag project: 'We do what we can'

  When Flo Wheatley started making sleeping bags for the homeless, her husband Jim Wheatley was at her side to help. Now 30 years later, and in his 70s, he's out on the road 3 times a week making sure the finished products get into the hands of the people who need it most.

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