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Stephen Robert "Steve" Hartman is a broadcast journalist.

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Once housebound, young boy gets his chance to see the world

For months, a young boy was stuck behind his window. Now he's seeing the world for himself. Steve Hartman is "On the Road."
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Classical concert wows young fan with autism

During a concert in Boston, one fan was so moved, he yelled "wow!" The reaction surprised everyone. Steve Hartman shares his story on the road.
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Elite Marine Corps unit carries fellow Marines to their final resting place

All Marines train hard. But fewer are tougher and stronger than the Body Bearers who carry the caskets of fellow Marines at Arlington National Cemetery. Steve Hartman shares their story.
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Champion wrestler surrenders a match he could have won

As a state champion, Marek Bush has little competition. But when he faced a fierce component who got injured, he decided winning wasn't important. Steve Hartman has their story "On The Road."
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Community learns sign language to engage with 2-year-old girl

A 2-year-old girl who is deaf loves to chat with anyone. When her neighbors found out, they came together to learn how to communicate with her. Steve Hartman reports from Newton, Massachusetts, for "On..
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Kansas mayor overcame addiction and prison time to become his town's mayor

Jermaine Wilson of Leavenworth, Kansas, started using drugs at age 11 and was in maximum-security prison by age 21. Now he's the mayor of Leavenworth. Steve Hartman has his story for "On the Road."
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Life-saving service dog inspires a veteran to give back

Army veteran Christy Gardner lost both her legs oversees and her service dog Moxie has helped her get through her darkest days. Moxie also inspired her to pay it forward. Steve Hartman has their story..
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Steve Hartman and his father visit the Grand Canyon

In 2004, Steve Hartman took his dad on the trip of a lifetime to the Grand Canyon. That's where he found his dad seemed more interested in talking to strangers and looking for loose change than..
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WWII veteran prepares to run across the country a second time

In 2016, Ernie Andrus became the oldest person to run across the country, from California to Georgia. Now at 95, he will start a new journey. Steve Hartman has his story on the road.
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Wrongfully convicted man creating a new life with art

Richard Phillips was wrongfully convicted for a murder he didn't commit. To pass the time, he painted. Now that he's been released, his paintings are helping to restart his life. Steve Hartman has his..
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Girl with autism forms a bond with "Cinderella"

Five-year-old Layla Lester, who has autism, loves princesses. When Layla spotted Olivia Spark in Akron Falls Park, posing for her wedding day photos, Layla was sure she was Cinderella. The two formed..
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Real estate broker teams up with good Samaritan to help the homeless

Many homeless people are haunted by drug addiction, mental illness or a criminal past. Elmer Alvarez knows those demons all too well. But when he found a check for $10,000, he knew he had to track down..
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Steve Hartman tries to bring his father into the modern world

In 2004, Steve Hartman tried to show his father George some of the latest technology of the time. But that doesn't mean he was interested in it.
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Steve Hartman pays tribute to his father

Steve Hartman's father George has been featured in several of his son's stories. He passed away last month at 92. Now Hartman is looking back in a tribute to his dad.
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A girl's unbreakable bond with her pet duck grows deeper every day

Ever since Kylie Brown's parents brought home a duck named Snowflake, the two formed a close bond. Now, the two go everywhere together. Steve Hartman has their story on the road.
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Early learning center honors civil rights leader thanks to young activist

When 11-year-old Sarah Haycox noticed a plaque in a park, she decided to learn everything she could about the man it was dedicated to. Then she came up with a way to honor his life. Steve Hartman has..
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How a simple act of kindness transformed a boy's birthday

When 13-year-old Gavin Mabes and some friends went to a skate park, nobody was there except Carter Bruynell, who was celebrating his 5th birthday with his mom. That's when something unexpected..
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97-year-old veteran still hard at work bagging groceries

Benny Ficeto has been working since he was a child. But at 97, he doesn't want to slow down and still works a four hour shift bagging groceries. Steve Hartman has his story on the road.
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Why a student vowed to never miss a day of school

A promise is a promise. Even when you’re just 4 years old. Why a student vowed to never miss a day of school. Here's Steve Hartman, "On The Road."
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Texas school bus driver gives more than just a ride

As the school year comes to a close, one school bus driver gives more than rides. Here's Steve Hartman, "On The Road."
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Confused about grammar? An expert wants to help

Ellen Jovin's passion is linguistics. So she set up a table, to talk about grammar with strangers. Steve Hartman has her story on the road.
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Students learning sign language to support a classmate

Morey Belanger has a severe hearing impairment but still goes to public school. The students there have taken it upon themselves to learn sign language. Steve Hartman has her story on the road.
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Middle school teacher takes in student battling kidney disease

When teacher Finn Lanning found out one of his students was planning on leaving school, he knew he had to help. Now, both of their lives have changed. Steve Hartman has their story "On the Road."
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The last student from a small, remote island school graduates

Thirteen-year-old Gwen Lynch is the only student in a one-room schoolhouse on Massachusetts' Cuttyhunk Island. Friends and family flocked to witness Cuttyhunk Elementary's last graduation ever. Here's..
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11-year-old expands her charity granting wishes

When Ruby Chitsey started going to work with her mom at a nursing home, she got to know some of the residents. She figured out how to make their wishes come true. Steve Hartman has her story on the..
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Best friends with the "same soul" swear they're twins

Six-year-olds Jia Sarnicola and Zuri Copeland are not just best friends. They swear they're twins, even though they don't have the same skin color. Steve Hartman has their story on the road.
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Vietnam War veterans honor a fallen soldier 50 years later

During the Vietnam War, Army Pfc. Leonard Nitzsche was killed. Members of his platoon felt like they never had a chance to say goodbye. So they found a way to honor him decades later. Steve Hartman has..
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"Old Coots" dole out wisdom at Salt Lake City farmer's market

Every summer Saturday, a group of senior citizens in Salt Lake City take questions and give advice from a stand at the farmer's market. Under the banner "Old Coots Giving Advice," lines of locals form..
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Cleveland auto mechanic fulfills lifelong dream to become a doctor

After managing an auto repair shop for 15 years, Carl Allamby enrolled in a business program at Ursuline College to help him with his management skills. When he took a required biology class, his life..
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How a couple with Down syndrome proved critics wrong

Kris Scharoun-DeForge and her husband Paul were one of the first couples with Down syndrome to get married. Years later, Kris is honoring their love, after Paul's death. Steve Hartman has their story..
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6-year-old girl fighting to get female army soldiers into the toy military

When Vivian Lord noticed there weren't any women among the plastic army men, she decided to take action. At least one toy maker decided to listen. Steve Hartman has their story on the road.
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Handyman "addicted" to helping others donates his kidney

Jon Potter is determined to help as many people as he possibly can. He's even donated his kidney to a total stranger. Steve Hartman has his story on the road.
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79-year-old ballerina still loves to dance

Suzelle Poole started dancing ballet more than seven decades ago. At 79, she's still on her toes. Steve Hartman has her story on the road.
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Football player surprises his step-dad with a new jersey

Offensive lineman George Grimwade is a force on the football field. So when he decided to surprise his step-dad by changing his last name, he made sure to change his jersey too. Steve Hartman has their..
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Man finds personal fountain of youth in his cupcake business

Ray Boutwell. 93, got so bored with retirement, he started a bakery. He found his personal fountain of youth in a mixing bowl. Steve Hartman reports.
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Single dad adopts 5 siblings so they can stay together

Lamont Thomas spent years fostering children. Even after he decided to stop fostering, he still wanted to help others and made a change he didn't expect. Steve Hartman has his story on the road.
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Friends intervene to help homeless man in Austin, Texas

After a series of misfortunes, Coy Featherston, 66, was homeless on the streets of Texas. But good luck β€” and good friends β€” intervened. After a number of his high school classmates spotted his..
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Heaven sent

During her 35 years as a nurse, Lori Wood has been a hero many times over. At the time Jonathan Pinkard, a 27-year-old autistic man, met Wood, doctors in Newnan, Ga., told him he had congestive heart..
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Nurse takes in man with autism so he can get a heart transplant

When Jonathan Pinkard met Lori Wood, he was homeless and was told he only had months to live. Lori decided to take him in to help him get a heart transplant. Steve Hartman has their story on the road.
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No deeper love

Deep in New York's Adirondack Mountains, family and friends gathered to help 59-year-old Kris Scharoun-DeForge pay tribute to her remarkable husband, Paul. They'd met in 1993, and after dating five..
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Starved for company

When the lunch bell rings at Boca High in Boca Raton, Florida, someone always sits alone. That's why some students started a club called We Dine Together, whose mission is to make sure no one is..
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Yard work: More than just blowing leaves

Five-year-old Brian Kelly misses doing yard work with his dad, Air Force Captain Dan Kelly, who last month was sent overseas. Brian's neighbor, a father-figure with a yard of his own, has been only too..
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Just one of the guys

The Brandywine bulldogs in Wilmington, Delaware, have one of the most unlikely football players in America today - not just because this guy is so little, but because this guy is a girl. Steve Hartman..
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Remembering Chris Rosati

"Sunday Morning" first met Chris Rosati, of Durham, N.C., in 2013 after learning of his plot to steal a Krispy Kreme donut truck in order to give away donuts to kids. Rosati, who suffered from ALS (Lou..
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A veteran's car, and a son's keepsake

In 2003 Army 1st Lt. Jonathan Rozier died in Iraq. His son, Justin, was nine months old. Today, 15-year-old Justin cherishes anything that used to belong to his dad, which is why he thought it would be..
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A new chapter for "The Book Thing"

For more than 17 years Russell Wattenberg has catered to thousands of hungry minds. He runs a Baltimore outfit called The Book Thing, which is not a library or store. People can just take whatever..
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So no student eats alone

Last March, we were introduced to Denis Estimon, a high school student in Boca Raton, Florida, who knew all too well the isolation kids face during lunch period when they find themselves eating alone...
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Tough love, and a lasting friendship

As a drug treatment court judge in Shakopee, Minn., the Honorable Chris Wilton has seen some pretty desperate cases, but none moreso than the heroin addict who first appeared before him in the spring..
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Soul sisters

Miami preschoolers Jia Sarnicola and Zuri Copeland say they are closer than best friends, closer than sisters, even. In fact, Jia and Zuri truly believe they're twins - not because they share the same..
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Lost and found

Bar owner Jimmy Gilleece in Wrightsville Beach, N.C., went to great lengths to help a woman get back the wedding ring that had been pilfered by a thief - and then went to even greater lengths to help..
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