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  • 02:30 Janitor proves first impressions don't tell the whole story

    Janitor proves first impressions don't tell the whole story

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    Maury Forrester had a very different career before his health suffered and he had to make a change. Now he's a janitor at a school near Knoxville, but that doesn't mean he wants his old life back. Steve Hartman has his story, "On the Road." Subscribe to t

  • 02:59 Diving into the unknown, student athlete proves the merits of hard work

    Diving into the unknown, student athlete proves the merits of hard work

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    Gerald Hodges was already a great athlete on land, but he didn't know how to swim. So he decided to face the challenge head-on, and join the swim team. Steve Hartman has his story "On the Road." Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bit

  • 02:48 How a search for a missing wallet ended up changing lives

    How a search for a missing wallet ended up changing lives

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    When a bar owner decided to help his customer find her wallet, with her wedding ring inside, he never could have guessed where the journey would take him. Steve Hartman has his story "On the Road" in North Carolina. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Cha

  • 04:30 Man answers email from questionable source and never imagined what would follow

    Man answers email from questionable source and never imagined what would follow

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    A suspicious Facebook message brought two men from different worlds together. Now, Ben Taylor from the U.S. is working with Joel Willie from Liberia to raise money for charity in Joel's home country. In a special "On the Road," Steve Hartman travels with

  • 01:49 Delivering the news in Liberia, free of charge

    Delivering the news in Liberia, free of charge

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    A chalkboard in Monrovia is the site of "Daily Talk," a free news outlet that aims to keep poor members of the community informed. For Liberians who can't read, the creator and managing editor will even read the news of the day out loud. Steve Hartman exp

  • 00:33 A call for help turns into an unexpected journey to Liberia

    A call for help turns into an unexpected journey to Liberia

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    When Ben Taylor got a Facebook message from someone in Africa asking for financial assistance, he decided to ask "How can I help?" That took him on a journey he never could have imagined. Steve Hartman will have his story "On the Road" in a two-part serie

  • 04:32 A suspicious Facebook message from Liberia sparks an unlikely partnership

    A suspicious Facebook message from Liberia sparks an unlikely partnership

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    When Ben Taylor got a message from a man in Liberia asking for financial assistance, he decided to reply with "How can I help?" That started a journey he never could have imagined. Steve Hartman has his story "On the Road." Subscribe to the "CBS Evening N

  • 03:03 Teen without hands makes 3-point shots on the basketball court

    Teen without hands makes 3-point shots on the basketball court

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    Jamarion Styles kept getting rejected when he tried to play basketball with other kids, because he didn't have hands to play with. But he proved that he could still make an impact on the court. Steve Hartman has his story "On the Road." Subscribe to the "

  • 02:39 Texas Tech recognizes surprising show of sportsmanship

    Texas Tech recognizes surprising show of sportsmanship

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    Five years ago, CBS News told the story of a high school basketball player who made a surprising sacrifice for a member of the opposing team. Since then, his actions have gotten the attention of Texas Tech University. Steve Hartman has that story "On the

  • 01:04 Mallory Weggemann - Resiliency

    Mallory Weggemann - Resiliency

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    Mallory Weggemann has been a competitive swimmer since the age of seven. On January 21, 2008, she went to the hospital to receive the final epidural injection to help treat her back pain caused by postherpetic neuralgia. The epidural injections left Mallo

  • 03:02 Popular STEVE HARTMAN ON THE ROAD. "A LESSON IN FORGIVENESS"..

    STEVE HARTMAN ON THE ROAD. "A LESSON IN FORGIVENESS"..

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    Video from Divine Merchant

  • 03:26 Bringing down a Confederate flag brought a community together

    Bringing down a Confederate flag brought a community together

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    When Annie Caddell moved into a predominately black neighborhood seven years ago, no one cared until she put up a Confederate flag. But an unexpected turn of events changed her perspective. Steve Hartman has that story "On the Road." Subscribe to the "CBS

  • 01:40 Popular Jen Bricker Vignette

    Jen Bricker Vignette

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    Jen Bricker was born without legs and left in the hospital. Raised with an empowered mindset by her adopted family, she has turned what some might call a sad story into one about love and triumph. She was taught that you can do anything you want. She deve

  • 03:26 How student journalists are telling their own story after Parkland shooting

    How student journalists are telling their own story after Parkland shooting

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    Some of the most outspoken activists in the wake of the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school are in a broadcast journalism class. Steve Hartman reports on how their experiences are shaping the stories they tell. Subscribe to the "CBS Ev

  • 01:49 Steve Hartman Runs the Bases in His Underwear!

    Steve Hartman Runs the Bases in His Underwear!

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    Video courtesy of Judson Richards!

  • 02:38 20-year-old on nation-wide mission to interview WWII veterans

    20-year-old on nation-wide mission to interview WWII veterans

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    A young man in California started interviewing World War II veterans when he was in high school. Now, he's still on his mission, dedicated to traveling across the country to speak to as many veterans as he can. Steve Hartman has his story "On the Road." S

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