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"President Austin" getting a lot of love for his crusade to help the homeless

America's latest superhero "President Austin" is taking the country by storm. The 4-year-old from Birmingham has been on a mission to help the homeless, and now he's getting help…

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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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Boy who was adopted determined to give a home to senior dogs

Before Robbie Gay was adopted, he was neglected and abused. Now that he's with his adopted family, he's determined to help senior dogs, because he can see himself in them. Steve Hartman has…

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Officers witness remarkable squirrel rescue

Just outside Minneapolis, police officers Jeremy Halek and Tony Weeks were driving around when they came across a rescue. Chris Felix, 19, was attempting to revive a squirrel, who had darted out in…

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

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…

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WWII vet runs 3,000 miles across the U.S.

Ernie Andrus is 93 years old and just finished a three-year run across the country. His run from the Pacific to the Atlantic was to raise awareness about an unsung hero of the war. Steve Hartman met…

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On The Road: Routine taps performance brings town to a halt

As part of our continuing series "On The Road," Steve Hartman visited the Pacific Northwest where something happens every day that brings an entire neighborhood to a stop. SUBSCRIBE to the…

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Young twins befriend WWII veteran after hearing his story

Twins Carter and Jack Hanson loved the game Battleship, which led to a family vacation to see the Yorktown, a retired aircraft carrier. There, they learned about a WWII veteran named Robert Harding.…

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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…

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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. Subscribe to the "CBS…

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On the Road: Haircuts for the homeless

As part of our continuing series "On the Road," Steve Hartman meets a retired real estate investor in Hartford, Conn., who is now known as "Joe the Barber." SUBSCRIBE to the CBS…

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A stranger gave girls fleeing civil war an unforgettable gift decades ago. Now they've reunited

In 1999, an 11-year-old Ayda Zugay and her sister were on a plane to the U.S. by themselves, fleeing civil war in Yugoslavia. A stranger seated next to them gave them $100, which had an unforgettable…

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Mississippi man creates love museum to honor late wife

Charles Evans, a retired mail carrier, believed a grave marker was not enough to honor his wife when she passed away in 2011. He said their love deserved more than a monument. Steve Hartman has more.…

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Cowboy lassoes would-be bike thief in Walmart parking lot

In a Walmart parking lot in Eagle Point, Oregon, 28-year-old cowboy Robert Borba stopped a would-be bike thief armed with little more than a lasso. Steve Hartman went "On The Road" to meet…

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6th-grader's note leads to justice in hit-and-run

College senior Andrew Sipowicz recently discovered a dent in his car. He also found a note, written by a sixth-grader who witnessed the hit-and-run. Steve Hartman has their story "On The…

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Girl Scout makes honesty her policy for cookie sales

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…

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