Mel's Video Of The Day ( MVOTD.COM )

Inspirational


  • 03:54 Popular Steve Hartman looks back as "On The Road" turns 50

    Steve Hartman looks back as "On The Road" turns 50

    by Mel Added 132 Views / 0 Likes

    It was 50 years ago this month that Charles Kuralt first went "On The Road." Steve Hartman remembers founder Charles Kuralt, and takes us back to the start of a journey -- to the heart of America. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://b

  • 03:08 Steve Hartman reflects on 50 years of life "On the Road"

    Steve Hartman reflects on 50 years of life "On the Road"

    by Mel Added 49 Views / 0 Likes

    On the 50th anniversary of "On the Road," CBS News Correspondent Steve Hartman discusses how legendary newsman Charles Kuralt, and creator of the storied CBS News franchise, changed news forever. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bi

  • 03:20 Chris Rosati, who inspired thousands of acts of kindness, passes away from ALS

    Chris Rosati, who inspired thousands of acts of kindness, passes away from ALS

    by Mel Added 49 Views / 0 Likes

    Chris Rosati made it his mission to make an impact on the world. After CBS News first reported his story in 2013, he inspired thousands of children to perform random acts of kindness. He also started the idea of "Butterfly Grants," a way for kids to fund

  • 03:08 Soldier returns home to relieve fill-in father figure of duty

    Soldier returns home to relieve fill-in father figure of duty

    by Mel Added 30 Views / 0 Likes

    Brian Kelly is just 5 years old, but he's developed a love for yard work, something he and his dad used to do together all the time. After his dad, an Air Force captain, was deployed, Brian had to find a new partner. Steve Hartman reports on the story's h

  • 02:23 Popular Steve Hartman: Leaders must do something -- anything -- to stop mass shootings

    Steve Hartman: Leaders must do something -- anything -- to stop mass shootings

    by Mel Added 109 Views / 0 Likes

    Las Vegas may have been one of the worst mass shootings in history, but it's still a familiar script. We witness the nightmare, meet the heroes who risked their lives and honor the victims. Steve Hartman has more. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Chann

  • 02:44 Popular 52-year old still in university marching band

    52-year old still in university marching band

    by Mel Added 120 Views / 0 Likes

    At 52 years old, reading teacher Dawn West is the oldest member of the West Virginia University marching band. Steve Hartman met her on the road. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1S7Dhik Watch Full Episodes of the "CBS Eveni

  • 02:20 After heartfelt letter, woman steps in to help lonely neighbor in need

    After heartfelt letter, woman steps in to help lonely neighbor in need

    by Mel Added 54 Views / 0 Likes

    A few months ago, Marleen Brooks got a letter in the mail that began "Mrs. ?, Would you consider to become my friend?" As Steve Hartman reports, her response changed many lives for the better. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bit.l

  • 02:45 Popular Texas high school football team making the comeback of the year

    Texas high school football team making the comeback of the year

    by Mel Added 123 Views / 0 Likes

    Hurricane Harvey tore through the town of Rockport, Texas, flooding the homes of members of the Rockport-Fulton Pirates football team. Even though school is closed indefinitely, the kids started showing up for practice. Steve Hartman reports. Subscribe to

  • 03:17 Popular How the worst of Harvey brought out America's best

    How the worst of Harvey brought out America's best

    by Mel Added 150 Views / 0 Likes

    The disaster in Houston has touched hearts all over the country. Donations are approaching a quarter of a billion dollars. To end the week, Steve Hartman shares his thoughts about the spirit of America. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: ht

  • 03:10 Popular Steve Hartman goes "On the Road" with his sons for the eclipse

    Steve Hartman goes "On the Road" with his sons for the eclipse

    by Mel Added 122 Views / 0 Likes

    Across the country on Monday, people looked up to catch a glimpse of the eclipse. Steve Hartman was more interested in the sight on the ground when his astronomy-loving son got to see it. They went "On the Road" to Nebraska for the experience. Subscribe t

  • 02:40 Friend gives baseball-loving plumber a watery requiem

    Friend gives baseball-loving plumber a watery requiem

    by Mel Added 56 Views / 0 Likes

    For the last nine years, Tom McDonald has been traveling to baseball stadiums across America as a tribute to his late friend Roy Riegel. As Steve Hartman reports, what McDonald leaves behind is what matters most. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channe

  • 02:44 Steve Hartman on the road to recovery from self-diagnosed weed addiction

    Steve Hartman on the road to recovery from self-diagnosed weed addiction

    by Mel Added 83 Views / 0 Likes

    Back in 2015, Steve Hartman confessed to the public that he had a weeding addiction. He would tend to his four-and-a-half acres in upstate New York to create a beautiful prairie of wildflowers and grasses, sometimes staying out past dark. Now he's back wi

  • 19:19 Popular Steve Hartman; 2017 PIANJ/PIANY Annual Conference

    Steve Hartman; 2017 PIANJ/PIANY Annual Conference

    by Mel Added 158 Views / 0 Likes

    Steve Hartman shared clips from his CBS Sunday morning show, "On the Road" sharing lessons he has learned along the way. Hartman said his biggest lesson is that people are inherently good—not nearly as bad as we are led to believe by watching the news. Ha

  • 02:25 What Congress can learn from Little League

    What Congress can learn from Little League

    by Mel Added 61 Views / 0 Likes

    This week, some people tried to turn the baseball shooting into a political football, blaming one party or the other for the violence. Normally, you'd expect Congress to join in the mudslinging -- but they threw us a curveball at Thursday night's game. St

  • 02:53 Popular California boy becomes pied piper of patriotism

    California boy becomes pied piper of patriotism

    by Mel Added 117 Views / 0 Likes

    After visiting his grandpa's grave in Redding, California, and realizing that not every veteran in the cemetery had a flag, 11-year-old Preston Sharp decided to change that. He took on odd jobs and solicited donations to buy flags and flowers for every ve

  • 02:43 Meet the 99-year-old Pittsburgh Pirates usher

    Meet the 99-year-old Pittsburgh Pirates usher

    by Mel Added 60 Views / 0 Likes

    At 99, Phil Coyne still works as an usher for the Pittsburgh Pirates, seating people in sweltering heat and climbing up and down steps that would hospitalize most any other soon-to-be centenarian. He has been doing it for 81 years. Steve Hartman finds out

RSS