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  • 02:43 CBS News 'On The Road': Mr. Rogers' Words Provide Comfort

    CBS News 'On The Road': Mr. Rogers' Words Provide Comfort

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    Following the attack in Manchester, England, this week, the words of a Pittsburgh favorite, Mister Rogers have helped millions cope with the tragedy. CBS News' "The The Road" reporter Steve Hartman reports.

  • 03:06 Woman's change of heart brings out her inner guardian angel

    Woman's change of heart brings out her inner guardian angel

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    When Ginger Sprouse used to come across homeless people, she would only give them her two cents. But after she decided to change her approach, the new Ginger did something she never expected. Steve Hartman reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Chan

  • 03:14 Retired reporter looks into big mystery after mom's death

    Retired reporter looks into big mystery after mom's death

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    In this week's On The Road, Steve Hartman brings us a special Mother's Day story. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1S7Dhik Watch Full Episodes of the "CBS Evening News" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/23XekKA Watch the latest installme

  • 02:45 Elementary school robotics team beats the odds

    Elementary school robotics team beats the odds

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    Pleasant Run Elementary in Indianapolis launched a competitive robotics team last fall. In the beginning, there were a few successes and a lot of failures. Steve Hartman reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1S7Dhik Watc

  • 03:08 Popular CBS On the Road host Steve Hartman

    CBS On the Road host Steve Hartman

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    Buckeye Valley students conduct an interview with Hartman via Skype.

  • 03:07 Teen who lost his hands, and most of his arms, becomes unlikely basketball hero

    Teen who lost his hands, and most of his arms, becomes unlikely basketball hero

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    All 13-year-old Jamarion Styles wanted to do was play basketball. But he lost his hands as an infant, and other kids wouldn't give him a chance. As Steve Hartman reports, however, his hard work and effort finally paid off once he got to middle school Subs

  • 03:23 Steve Hartman on character education

    Steve Hartman on character education

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    CBS' master storyteller Steve Hartman met with the English language arts students of Abby Thompson April 18, 2017, at Hutchinson Middle School -- 7. Thompson's classes watch Hartman's interviews each week as part of their coursework.

  • 02:45 Double-amputee Marine vet graduates from N.Y. police academy

    Double-amputee Marine vet graduates from N.Y. police academy

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    28-year-old Matias Ferreira was serving in Afghanistan when he stepped on a I.E.D and lost both legs from the knee down. The double-amputee Marine veteran is now amongst the latest graduates of the Suffolk County police academy in New York. Steve Hartman

  • 03:18 Grieving little boy turns sadness into smiles

    Grieving little boy turns sadness into smiles

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    Jaden Hayes lost both of his parents in a short period. As he was trying to get over his grief, he found purpose in trying to make people smile. Steve Hartman asked him how gets from the sad place to the happy place. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Ch

  • 03:57 CBS News National

    CBS News National

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    On The Road Story - Steve Hartman - Kimberly Mitchell - 13 April 2013

  • 02:45 At one high school, no one eats lunch alone

    At one high school, no one eats lunch alone

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    A high school senior started a unique club called We Dine Together to make sure no one in his school sits alone at lunch. As Steve Hartman reports, the message is to make outsiders always feel accepted. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: ht

  • 02:56 Adoptive father helped formerly homeless boy to basketball stardom

    Adoptive father helped formerly homeless boy to basketball stardom

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    Caleb Swanigan of the Purdue Boilermakers is one of the best players in college basketball. But a few years ago, he looked nothing like the man he is today. Steve Hartman reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1S7Dhik Wat

  • 02:58 Generous chef gets aid of his own after restaurant burns down

    Generous chef gets aid of his own after restaurant burns down

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    Bruno Serato nearly went broke serving food from his restaurant to kids at the local Boys and Girls Club. After the restaurant burned down, he was inundated with offers of aid, reports Steve Hartman. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http:

  • 02:42 Girl Scout makes honesty her policy for cookie sales

    Girl Scout makes honesty her policy for cookie sales

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    Charlotte McCourt, 11, felt compelled to follow Girl Scout law while selling the famous cookies: "I will do my best to be honest." As Steve Hartman reports, her honesty turned out to be the best policy. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: ht

  • 02:48 Couple's second chance shows how love outlasts death

    Couple's second chance shows how love outlasts death

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    Joe Leifken's dying wish was to take his wife out to dinner at her favorite restaurant one more time. Steve Hartman reports on how he pulled it off, cheating death. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1S7Dhik Watch Full Episode

  • 03:09 Book club is the MVP of Patriot wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell's career

    Book club is the MVP of Patriot wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell's career

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    When Malcolm Mitchell was in college, he joined a ladies' book club to improve his reading. Now preparing for his first Super Bowl, the Patriots wide receiver is sharing his success. Steve Hartman reports.

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