Bullied Boy Keaton Jones Gets Outpouring Of Support From Athletes, Celebrities After Emotional Video Goes Viral
Keaton Jones' mother uploaded an emotional video of her son asking why he was being bullied. In just days, he has received messages from thousands applauding his bravery. Brittney Hopper reports.
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Bullied Boy Keaton Jones Gets Outpouring Of Support From Athletes, Celebrities After Emotional Video Goes ViralKeaton Jones' mother uploaded an emotional video of her son asking why he was being bullied. In just days, he has received messages from thousands applauding his bravery. Brittney Hopper reports.
As Thomas Fire Heads West More Evacuations OrderedMore than 230,000 acres have burned. Cristy Fajardo reports from one of the evacuation areas.
As Creek Fire Reaches 95 Percent Containment, Residents Taking Destruction 'All In Stride'Some homes were left standing amid the ash and rubble in the Sylmar neighborhood of Santiago Estates. "My family's OK. If it's gonna burn, it's gonna burn," said one man whose house didn't make it. Laurie Perez reports.

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