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  • 02:39 Myrtle Beach innkeeper opens his doors to families hit by flooding

    Myrtle Beach innkeeper opens his doors to families hit by flooding

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    When Hurricane Florence hit South Carolina, many families were flooded out of their homes. Jarete Hucks, who owns the Midtown Inn and Cottages, decided to open his doors to those in need. Steve Hartman has his story "On The Road." Subscribe to the "CBS Ev

  • 02:59 Delivery man honored by the community he serves

    Delivery man honored by the community he serves

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    Todd Kirnan has been making deliveries to businesses in downtown Gresham, Oregan, for years. So in return, his community decided to give back and honor him with a parade and a statue. Steve Hartman has his story "On The Road." Subscribe to the "CBS Evenin

  • 02:52 A college student and a minister answered each other's prayers

    A college student and a minister answered each other's prayers

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    Minister Jerome Jones recently went through a crisis of faith. But last month, he was at his day job when a note came down from the heavens. Steve Hartman has his story "On The Road" in Georgia. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bit

  • 02:59 Confederate flag tears a neighborhood apart before it comes together

    Confederate flag tears a neighborhood apart before it comes together

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    When Annie Caddell moved in to her South Carolina neighborhood seven years ago, she put up a Confederate flag. Neighbors started to protest, until she had a change of heart. Now, they're closer than ever. Steve Hartman has an update to their story "On The

  • 03:04 Freedom of speech on full display after family fights for mural

    Freedom of speech on full display after family fights for mural

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    When a couple in Florida noticed that their autistic son was constantly looking at the Starry Night painting, they decided to turn the famous scene into a mural. But the city didn't approve. Steve Hartman explains what they decided to do about it, "On The

  • 02:40 Veteran gives young diver a lesson in courage

    Veteran gives young diver a lesson in courage

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    Dylan Stich, 4, was having a hard time jumping off the diving board all summer. So when a 95-year-old veteran heard about it, he decided to show how it's done. Steve Hartman has their story "On The Road." Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE:

  • 02:26 Meet Washington's first registered lobbyist with Down syndrome

    Meet Washington's first registered lobbyist with Down syndrome

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    Every year in the U.S., 6,000 children are born with Down syndrome. Each one of them has a guardian angel. We know that because Steve Hartman met her "On The Road." Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1S7Dhik Watch Full Episode

  • 02:59 Popular Student's mother is on the mend months after teacher donated kidney

    Student's mother is on the mend months after teacher donated kidney

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    Teacher Donna Hoagland would do anything for her students. So when she learned that one student's mother was battling stage 5 kidney failure, she decided to help. Steve Hartman has an update to their story "On The Road."

  • 03:10 Popular Homeless teen tries to give back to the man who changed his life

    Homeless teen tries to give back to the man who changed his life

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    Jimmy Gilleece met Rivers Prather when he was on a mission to find a stolen wallet. When Jimmy discovered that Rivers was homeless, he decided to take him in. Steve Hartman has an update to their story, "On The Road." Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" C

  • 03:33 Popular Big surprise for music teacher who had big impact on students' lives

    Big surprise for music teacher who had big impact on students' lives

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    Retired music teacher Robert Moore spent 30 years directing one of the greatest high school choral groups in the country. The impact he left on his students was a lasting one, so they decided to do something for him in return. Steve Hartman has his story

  • 03:06 Popular How a car connects a fallen soldier and his son

    How a car connects a fallen soldier and his son

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    In 2003, Army 1st Lt. Jonathan Rozier died in Iraq when his son Justin was just a few months old. Today, Justin cherishes anything that used to belong to his dad, which is why he thought it would be cool to have his car. A stranger stepped in to help. Ste

  • 02:49 School cafeteria worker feeds the hungry well after lunch hour ends

    School cafeteria worker feeds the hungry well after lunch hour ends

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    Debra Davis works hard feeding the students at Hoover High School. But once the bell rings, she keeps working -- to feed the homeless. Steve Hartman has her story "On The Road." Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1S7Dhik Watch

  • 53:59 KHF Symposium 2018 - Steve Hartman

    KHF Symposium 2018 - Steve Hartman

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    CBS News correspondent and lead journalist for the "On the Road" feature segments Steve Hartman gave a plenary presentation at the 2018 KHF Symposium.

  • 03:05 10-year-old girl finds way to honor civil rights activist decades after his death

    10-year-old girl finds way to honor civil rights activist decades after his death

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    Sarah Haycox stumbled across a plaque with a tribute to a man she didn't know. She decided to learn about his life, and honor him decades after his death. Steve Hartman has her story On The Road. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bi

  • 02:30 Popular How a bullied teen changed the lives of two Denver officers

    How a bullied teen changed the lives of two Denver officers

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    Last year, two Denver police officers got a call to check on the welfare of a 15-year-old named Victor. He had been bullied at school, and said he wanted to end his life. But they stepped in, changing all of their lives forever. Steve Hartman has their st

  • 03:05 Popular Enduring friendship that began two years ago spans nearly eight decades

    Enduring friendship that began two years ago spans nearly eight decades

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    Dan Peterson, 83, met five-year-old Norah Wood in an unlikely place, but the two became fast friends. Today, their friendship is as solid as ever. Steve Hartman has their heartwarming story "On The Road." Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE:

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