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"steve hartman" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Onto Steve Hartman and the story of how youth can bring sunlight to the elderly living in shadows. Whoa! 91 year old Jean McGee couldn't believe his good fortune. Oh, when he stepped outside his house and the daily a Louisiana this past week, he discovered a bunch of kids from the daycare across the street to get that ball for will and get it and wanting to include him and they're fun. Hey there. He also met the daycare teacher, Meghan Nunez. Every day. I cross the street and We meet again. Your name is Meg. Meet again, Meghan. Every day for three years now, Jean has been meeting Magan. For what? He thinks to be the very first time. Oh, yeah. G. Mr Jean? Yeah. Now who was that? Gene has severe dementia. He can barely remember his own face that you his daughter, Kathy says he also suffered from loneliness until those daycare kids came into his life, Mr. Dean. Oh, my goodness. They have been such a blessing to Daddy. And he liked up for about an hour. Every afternoon, Jeanne and the kids bask in each other's company. And although the night will erase every memory of the day, and the fog will smother every echo of laughter, something will remain in the recesses of his mind. Something will back in him back. Whenever he hears the Children playing He just goes right to the front yard. And he remembers that this is going to be a joyful thing. Exactly. He goes outside. Yeah, yeah, which is kind of inexplicable because it's love and, you know, Everybody responds to love. How are you doing Good, Meghan says it's almost like an instinct way. Always tell the kids that his brain is kind of sick, But it's hard always remembers. US City dementia can rob so much but apparently acceptance and compassion. What's your best moves are unforgettable. Well. Sunday morning on the radio continues in a moment. Hi thistles. Jim Miller and Origins is back. I said to camera like this doesn't come around very.
Secret Santa mails Christmas cash to essential workers
"Renews a holiday tradition here by teaming up with Secret Santa this year. Santa has really upped his game. Here's Tonight's on the road. For a brief moment. I felt bad for Kimberly Davis, not because she has to clean a covert ward. She loves her job at Houston. Methodist. I felt bad for Kimberly. Because I lied to Kimberly. They told you I was doing a story about essential workers, right? Correct. We're not doing a story about essential workers. Truth be told, I had to lie to everyone I spoke to for this story. And when they discovered my real intent, I'm sorry. I'm I'm at a loss. Um, most were speechless. Oh, Lips a quiver. Many in tears. My partner in this joyful deception was an anonymous, wealthy businessman known to me on Lee as Secret Santa. In a normal year Secret Santa personally hands out hundreds of $100 bills to random strangers. But this year, the novel coronavirus called for a novel sleigh ride. So he mailed packages to carefully selected essential workers across the nation. And inside that is a sealed envelope that says do not open until instructed to do so. By Steve Hartman at CBS. His targets included Ashton Dooley, a sanitation worker from Sarasota, Florida whose brand New bride has cancer. She let me shave her head the first time. That's when I knew I wanted to marry her. Elgin Thrower, a security guard from Kansas City with a special needs son and a dream to be a police officer. A law enforcement I could make a difference, and Danielle Dip a waitress from Pittsburgh, who's way behind on Rhett. Has been a pretty bad year. But somehow somewhere something is gonna work out. On that note. I'd like to introduce somebody to you. Okay? All right. It's a secret. Santa Danielle's bad year was about to get a whole lot better open up that see own envelope. Okay, everyone's bad years was about to get a whole lot better got his money in there. You guys in the coming weeks Secret Santa will give away about $100,000 total two total strangers. Oh, my God. And that's to help make your Christmas just a little bit better. Oh, my God, I can't believe this. But of course, the money isn't the real gift here. Thank you. You know kindness when freely given with no expectation and return Is, in fact, unconditional love, and that's really what we're giving them. And what does it feel like to receive such a gift? Well, sometimes being speechless. I'm sorry. Says it all. Are you okay? Steve Hartman CBS NEWS sorry on the road.
How a 7-year-old won the battle to make female toy soldiers
"A major item is being checked off a little girl's wish list after a toymaker followed her marching orders here. CBS is Steve Hartman on the road. It's already the best Christmas ever for seven year old Vivian Lord of Little Rock, Arkansas. But why such glee? Excited over plastic toy soldiers understand you have to go back to the summer of 2019 come in for another shot. It was during one of her brothers air raids that Vivian was struck. Struck by the fact that her army men were all just that men. I noticed that there were no bull army man. No girls. They don't make him my interview from last year. And were you disappointed When you found out there weren't any? I don't know why anybody has not thought of that. So Vivian wrote a letter that read in part. Please. Can you make army girls that look like women? She sent copies to several army men manufacturers, including Jeff Immelt, owner of BMC Toys, and Scranton, Pennsylvania. I've never gotten a letter from a child like that before. But every now and then somebody asked. You have any female toy soldiers? The answer has always been no. Although Jeff told me it was on a list of potential future projects. He even had concept drawings. They weren't in scratches, but they were busy baby boy. Vivian just couldn't understand the injustice and one poor Jeff was faced with those puppy dog eyes, So he's surrendered. I'm gonna do it. You're gonna do it. I'm going to do it. So Vivian put this to the sheep food. She put it to the top of the list easily. Shortly after receiving Vivian's letter, Jeff enlisted the first woman into the vintage plastic military. Today. There are 22 figures in all and this holiday. They will be taking up positions under Christmas trees across the country, And that means a silver has played well from Every day every day. Decisive victory in the battle for equality. Steve Hartman on the road in Little Rock, Arkansas.
This 96-year-old could be the oldest person ever to run coast-to-coast
"Old expression keep on Truckin takes on new meaning when you meet the fellow are Steve Hartman has been spending time with High on the list of things I never thought I'd see is this Ernie Andrews, who turns 97 next week. Still marching across America every step of the way I first met Ernie six years ago. He was in the middle of the Arizona desert, trying to become the oldest person to ever run coast to coast. Three years later, he actually made it to the George ashore on Ly to then turn around. And start running back the other way. Ernie is now a year into the return trip. We caught up with him outside Lufkin, Texas, plodding along slow and steady as usual. Albeit slightly slower. Hey, I'd better hang on and noticeably less steady. A few weeks ago, a doctor diagnosed journey with congestive heart failure. Yeah, that's what they told me that he selling pacemakers, etc. You think that's just all the sales pitch? Yeah. There's a chance he could be telling you the truth, Ernie. Does that change anything? No. No run till I drop a dye with my running shoes on. Much of Ernie's motivation to soldier on comes from his sailor passed. During World War two. Ernie served on a ship called on LSD, and he's been running to raise money for the LSD Memorial in Evansville, Indiana. This shouldn't be for gotten. It's their ship that one the war but along the way, this run is also taken on a more personal purpose. As thousands have joined him for at least a leg of the journey. They have listened to his stories. Celebrated his fortitude and given Ernie the key to a long life, a deep desire to keep pressing board run Ernie run, and that's why all those doctor says time is short. Ernie is still planning to reach the Pacific sometime around his 101st birthday. So let's say, make it to California. Then you stop running. No. I have a plan for a coast to coast relay. Ernie Andress optimistic for the long run.
Drive-Through Naturalizations Make New U.S. Citizens In The COVID-19 Era
"Ceremonies for new American citizens are 1/4 of July tradition. Tradition that needed some adjusting this fourth, a Steve Hartman discovered In America. You can get almost anything in a drive thru, including now this very happy spiel. You're going to raise your right thie oath of allegiance to become a U. S. Citizen. Congratulations. You want fries with that crazy is it looks. This is how the American dream now starts. Immigrants who have completed all the requirements of citizenship are pulling into parking lots from from San San San Diego. Diego. Diego. To To To De De De Moines Moines Moines to to to Detroit Detroit Detroit for for for socially socially socially distant distant distant naturalization naturalization naturalization ceremonies ceremonies ceremonies on on on Thursday Thursday Thursday in in in Albany, Albany, Albany, New New New York York York Thie Thie Thie U. U. U. S Citizenship and Immigration Services Minted 59 brand New American. So help me God and all from the cabins of their cars. Thank you so much. Thank you. This is Sashi. Kayla Savoia. So what is different now? In the five minutes that you've been a citizen, she emigrated from India. The feeling of elation and delight. I'm happiness we're gonna Florian with the oath of allegiance. Kwamie Asante came here from Ghana in the 19 eighties. So you've been waiting 38 years for this moment, just for which explains the suit and tie and reverence for his new country just to be an American. It's like close to paradise. Well, is giving me so many opportunities. Mommy works, is a respiratory therapist at Good Samaritan Hospital and suffer in New York. He's in the thick of this pandemic, but he says he's not scared. Not now. Congratulations. Now that he's a proud American. You're a U. S citizen, even if I died today. I'm okay. Now that you're a citizen. Corona virus has changed so many of our routines. Fortunately, there's no ruining moments of love and pride, Acceptance and gratitude. That's why not even a drive through ceremony. Khun Khun Dampen Dampen the the joy, joy, indivisible indivisible of of being being here here to to stay. stay.
"steve hartman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Steve Hartman on the Road Goblets America in Albany, New York. Juicing its physical footprint for years, closing and consolidating branches and cutting average square footage in half locations that air left, he says. They're repositioning to what he's calling advice centers rather.
"steve hartman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Have a draw and the courage to fly your phone number to a total stranger twenty three year old Tory cigna route what texted Jeremy shortly after so I ask you have you love story could come over so she sat at her table and he and his they even shared a facetime toast it felt like a real like date like even though we were on the signs and the date lasted until Tories found that for for their second date this week the couple went for a walk using a giant bubble Jeremy bought on eBay Tory was bowled over by the gesture almost literally perhaps next Jeremy comply his toothbrush over to her place I mean why not she's already met his mother your mom needs to know why would she tell me are you guys dating now share but we're open to seeing other people right now it is hard to maintain a long distance relationship even if it's just across the street but we will certainly be rooting for them because it's their kind of attitude and ingenuity that we're gonna need to preserve our humanity Steve Hartman on the road in New York that's the second time I teared up during this broadcast and Steve has a special announcement kind is one oh one is returning Steve will offer his online class for kids every Monday for the rest of the school year you can find it at CBS news dot com slash kindness one oh one and we'll be right back tonight on the road segment is sponsored by Ford built Ford crown the forecast calls for a few more showers this evening then cloudy overnight with windy too with a low of forty tomorrow a mix of clouds and sun with a high of fifty eight cloudy on Sunday maybe a late sprinkle Sundays I also near fifty eight then Monday looks better mostly sunny with a high in the mid sixties right now it is cloudy couple of those light showers still around fifty two degrees in Hudson square thousands of people contact InventHelp monthly about their intention or new product do you think companies would be interested in your idea do you want to try to get a patent call invent help now best of all the calls and information are free InventHelp teacher idea confidential explaining every step of the invention process.
"steve hartman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"We end this Friday night with Steve Hartman who tells the love story of a young couple in the time of social distancing and you want to hear how they met good evening and thank you for joining us we begin with breaking news because tonight the CDC is recommending that all Americans cover their faces in public to stop the spread of the corona virus though that guidance may have little impact because the president says it is voluntary and he won't follow it that new recommendation comes as the virus continues to spread nationwide no where is the situation more urgent than in New York City the governor now says they are so short on ventilators he is sending the National Guard to take them from hospitals in other parts of his state and send them to where they are desperately needed the past twenty four hours had been new York's state's deadliest with an average of twenty three people dying there every hour nationwide more than seven thousand have been killed and cases top two hundred and seventy three thousand cases are spiking in Illinois Michigan and in Louisiana where there was a forty three percent increase in just one day and we're getting another glimpse of the economic toll tonight after nearly a decade of growth the number of jobs in the U. S. fell by seven hundred thousand in March our team of correspondents is covering every angle of the story and mulling he leads us off tonight in the epicenter of the crisis New York City hello.
"steve hartman" Discussed on WWL
"Ninety five masks in six days compared to the normal usages Sir the hospital improvised it is cardio vascular unit staff cuts surgical linen to so a second washable mask to fit over at the end ninety fives prolonging their life and shielding staff from viral patients Beth Kane is one of about sixty sewers do what you can where you are with what you have that's exactly what's happening here's the goal so two thousand miles a day we cannot be self sustaining for ever but I hope was to bridge and extend our supply and to all the supply of news become available to us and the longer the crisis the greater the need mark Strassmann CBS news Atlanta that's American ingenuity up next Steve Hartman on the road at home with the whole family and he's got an important announcement for all us parents hundred thousand dollars to in that two hundred and twenty five thousand dollars in debt so far I literally changed my life it was the easiest application process refinances so if I am able to cut interest rates by forty percent this is don't have to take over for the rest of your life thank you for allowing me to get my guys living on junk food stop eating real food that tastes great and lose weight with nutrisystem for men uses select he eight eight and you're going to lose the weight lose up to eighteen pounds.
Adopted boy is on a mission to save old dogs who need a home
"Will ask a kid what he or she wants for their birthday and they might say to you a puppy not this kid CBS news correspondent Steve Hartman reports on the road eight year old Robbie Jay loves an underdog bring him to the Flagler county Humane Society in palm coast Florida as we did and ask him to find a favorite he will seek out the oldest Mangia least adoptable much of the water there's no doubt well now's not I guess like do you see yourself in these dogs yes he knows what it feels like not to be loved and cared for he's the most hopeful optimistic and genuinely caring kid who has absolutely no reason to be that way Robbie's adoptive mom Maria says before he entered the foster system Robbie was a holy terror so badly abused he was twice hospitalized with brain injuries then two years ago Maria and her husband Charles adopted him yesterday what is that the media everything he has come a long way except in this one respect Maria says he could not cry despite the horrors of his past or maybe because of them the kid was a stone until earlier this month one of Robbie's old dogs Buffy had to be put down the end and insisted his mom take pictures of the process perhaps because he knew what was about to happen after Robbie finally let go he told his mom I know how it feels not to be loved or cared for and I don't want any animal of mine to feel that way nor does he want any foster kid to feel that way the final order people on on our non download baby please he is so aware that it could have gone totally differently for him and in these older dogs rabbits found a place to practice compassion some day Robbie wants to adopt older foster children himself will go up and knock on the door but you still to show his commitment and do what he can he has vowed to adopt as many old dogs us as parents will allow feel our today hits a lame snuggled tooth should suit name tamale Molly's owner had to go into assisted living but now Molly has a new home thanks to the sweet little boy who sees his reflection in the eyes of the
Hospital hosts wedding for man with brain tumor
"Three a couple's wedding vowels in sickness and in health mean everything to them CBS to Steve Hartman got their story on the world this week forty five year old Corey Cunningham was rushed to Houston Methodist hospital the first patient ever brought here to have his bachelor status removed Corey has inning curable brain tumor is on home hospice the good doctors and nurses at Houston Methodist brought him back to the chapel and arranged all of this just so Cory could cross off the only thing on his bucket list yeah Mary tell you **** happens is his bride that was the one thing
"steve hartman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"And their parents with the gift of a lifetime CBS Steve Hartman has that story on the road it was billed as the surprise of a lifetime we know what this is about and sure enough they don't tell you anything when these high school seniors gathered for the big groovy what the guy they'd never see to tell them something they never forget right now this next minute is the most important moment of my life Pete Kate is a wealthy businessman he grew up here in Toledo Ohio and he says the time has come to give back I think the Toledo could be for the most equitable middle market communities in this country so if you wanna make a big difference you go to the epicenter of inequity Scott high school has some of the most disadvantaged students in the state but the schools still rich with dreams kids like senior Chris role where we would love to go to college but can't afford it especially now last fall Chris is mom a B. enough Gloucester job in his dad died in a house fire and that was the closest person I have my life in his later days was really pushing me to go to college cups and they're really some are you should think about one he was such a awesome father he's still gonna make a proud I know he is it's got to figure out a path fortunately unbeknownst to Chris that passed to a brighter future he was about to fight him if you're sitting here in this room today is a soon to be graduating senior tuition room and board books and fees will be paid for.
Businessman who surprised students with free tuition says don't call it a "gift"
"Last week CBS news correspondent Steve Hartman told you the story about a businessman who changed the lives of hundreds of people the story made Steve wonder whether the man's generous offer was a gift or was it something else Steve has this follow up on the road as a soon to be graduating senior tuition room and board books in fees will be paid for you and you will go to college for free safe to say no school assembly
"steve hartman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Well go through it this is the data show I know I don't sound like they're not because I'm not this is Jeff Fisher sitting in for a day last today the data radio program thank you so much for come along for the ride eight four four three four four Dana is the phone number if you'd like to participate for those of you that don't know me I do daily show part of the boys by guest network call chewing the fat and you can follow me on Twitter at Jeffrey J. of our Facebook Instagram is a Jeff Fisher radio and like I said the broadcasters chewing the fat there's a we've got a I mean so many things to get to we're a couple days before Christmas I know you're out doing your Christmas shopping your holiday shopping dating you think of yourself I thought I had everything but of course no you don't there's always the last minute eight hundred dollars worth of investment that you have to do for the holidays I get it I get it so just go out and do your thing and we'll get you through the day no problem and if you're going to the holidays you think either self you know I need a new gig after the holidays I'm gonna need to be able to spend all this money I'm gonna need to find some money look casting agents for Amazon's lord of the rings the TV series they're looking for they're looking for people and they're looking for Herry Herry people with wrinkles and a lot a lot of them they want to play it works if the new show the original trilogy of films orders were the primary foot soldiers of the dark lords so while they were short in stature humanoids shady stretched with twisted skin so if your five feet or over sixty five with what they're calling actor faces Harry people of all ages and ethnicities to apply stocky me looking bikers circus performers who could juggle they're looking for a plenty of hair freckles and lots a lots of red hair so if you've got it if you've got a face full of wrinkles or as they call it a face with a little ugh it it you could get the gig no problem look the series is going to cost about a billion dollars for lord of the rings for and was on TV so you might as well take a cut of that if you have a face of ugh you might as well contact the Amazon and say Hey Hey I want to be part of the lord of the rings TV series of make a little money so that you can now put a little bit back in the savings account after this holiday is just for you the other thing that I've been now you know everybody wants to be young I know even if you have a face of ugh you still want to be young right just a looking for that fountain of youth we've been looking for the fountain of youth for hundreds if not thousands of years we were told that it was in the carribean on we were told that it was in Florida we're told it's in Porter Rico we were told it's all over but they the native Americans all told constantly on the fountain of youth is in Bimini and I could restore used to anyone we're all looking for the fountain of youth well this is a story where a Texas billionaire is doing everything he can to remain young and he's not alone but he goes to bed in special clothing temperature regulated bad it has this metallic mechanism inside of it that helps flush lactic acid and eliminate inflammation he wears a mask orange glasses that eliminate the light so it doesn't disrupt the circadian rhythms and that's just the nightly routine it takes nearly a hundred and fifty vitamin vitamins it gets his blood test of monthly he's got a vapor machine that's in a like fifteen twenty thousand dollar vapor machine tools to reduce stress he's got another you know fifteen twenty thousand dollar machine gun designed to calm his brain two hours before bed and he claims that it's making them healthier it's all part of by hacking it is supposed to extend your life beyond anything humans can imagine now I he thinks he's gonna live past a hundred twenty years old he's I know you look he's a billionaire lives in the you know he's here in Texas is a real estate developer or he's you know got all kinds of money that you know it be nice be nice if you have that kind of money to waste instead of just finding the fountain of youth so you could just dive in but I mean he's got the hyperbaric chamber a meditation and a life coach he's got that he says he claims this is you know this is what he claims that after all the blood transfusions and the stem cell treatments and everything else that he does he says his biological age for for this man is for he's a as biological age is up for now according to the way you when I say how old we are is thirty seven so okay I guess good luck god bless for the fun of you another plenty of doctors there's one doctor from a dive into positions Dr James picked and you may have seen him on television it does some shows and interviews all over I've talked to a couple times he says there's no long term evidence to to correlate whatever bio hacking techniques people are using to prolong or extend your life so I mean it really is just the luck of the draw and even he at the end of the day says who knows you know we don't know if we're gonna make it to the end of the day or not so but you do because you're doing all this to keep going if you believe that you have a biological age of for so good luck god bless and I see where Madonna I know she's you know I think she's sixty one now she's able to you know shoot big mad mex tour of lesser heart to seven up I know she's a little upset the shows she downsize the shows to smaller venues you know and she's still just if you wanted to see Madonna just know that there are some tickets available the other some tickets on the higher end level that are available or some should take it to the mid level razor available and there's a ticket well as a ticket to the lower edge they're still available to that effect this ticket available across the board for the matter next door but she's been a rehabbing and hurting and saying she's of all kinds of pain as is the doing these blood transfusions mixed with gas of her own blood and they take it out of this was to be healing so she's a I don't know what her beau biological ages but I know she has a new boyfriend that's thirty six years younger bless her heart bless her heart so if you are you know if you're able to get the blood transfusions and you think your biological ages well maybe not for but you know younger than eighteen as Madonna I believe believes that she is at sixty one the twenty five year old boyfriend there you can put an age you can put in an age of love right you just care and bless her heart I'll over four and I'll also it's kind of strange to me just off of my head for Madonna it's kind of strange to me that if she was a a a a male with twenty five year old girl friend would think nothing of it right but because she's a female at sixty one with the twenty five year old male we have to make a big deal about it and I even see stories where you know the parents of the boyfriend say that it's okay they're consenting adults would we say that with the with the actors plenty plenty of Hollywood stars that are sixty one or older that have at least a thirty six year gap between them and their new the new loves the loves of their lives like I said you can't put in a jungle so it's going to be that we're even concerned about the parents of this dancer that's of love with Madonna now with a thirty six year age difference well Sir art he's out there still try to tour still trying to be you know on top of the world love set that the tickets are available for the better back store a lot of tickets still available even after downsized venues but lesser are lesser heart you cannot put an age of love I know we've got a ton of stuff more to get to today I know there's look I try I'm gonna try it it's the holiday season and it's will maybe we'll get into some politics I know it's there is smacking us all right smack dab in the middle of the face and we'll get to some of it I don't know how much I can take if I reach a point a breaking point that I can't take it were cut that off I we're gonna we're gonna say merry Christmas and we're just going to say we'll get to it after the first of the year but we'll try to get to some of it eight four four three four four date as the phone number this is a Jeff Fisher in for data radio if you're like me now the.
"steve hartman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Deliver a dream come true Steve Hartman on the road in Jacksonville Florida. if only we didn't have to care this is Dave Ross on the CBS news radio network it was an audacious attack on the World fuel supply Saudi Arabia confirm that Abby refinery and harassed oil field the country's second biggest were both hit by drone strikes there is some fog in his over who's responsible but Iran is an obvious suspects since there's an embargo on Iranian oil sales and they would certainly be motivated to throw sucker punch like this but here's the real problem that ten cheap drones in a few minutes could cut Saudi Arabia's oil output in half fortunately the U. S. now produces so much oil of the jump in prices should be moderate and it actually makes US will producers richer I just hope that our own oil facilities are little better protected in Saudi Arabia's because this could give bad people ideas there's pretty much nothing as fragile as an oil refinery and also I can't help but think about senator John McCain's appealed the climate deniers back in two thousand seven he was arguing that even if all the science is completely wrong using less fuel was worth doing to that we wouldn't have to care so much about every pick up on the oil supply imagine if today our cars were getting eighty miles to the gallon this story wouldn't even of major paranoid uncles Facebook feed the course our cars have to be shaped like salmon but I can get used to that Hey Ross on the CBS news radio network it's the second study this month looking at threats did the bird population in North America and its case CBS's Rebecca corral tells us this warning is even more severe it was a shock in nineteen sixty two one Rachel Carson's book silent spring was published documenting the consequences of indiscriminate use of pesticides on the morning that had once thrived with the dawn chorus of robin's captors downloads jadis wrens and scores of other bird voices there was now no sound more than five decades later it's become even more dire a study just out this week shows the number of birds in the United States and Canada has declined by three billion we've lost more than a fourth of all bird weight you. about a billion pounds of pesticides in the United States every year my car is president of the American bird Conservancy and co author of this new study that poisons designed to kill insects and birds feed on insects so the bird declines are evidence that the something wrong in nature something wrong in nature put there by manner integral to eco system the eggs and nestlings provide food for everything from breakfast possums tech karaoke's the economic version would be like what you see in the banking sector by twenty five to thirty percent what kind of implications with that half the economy he says another way to look at it is we still have seventy five percent of birds left so it's not too late to change Rebecca chorale KCBS swell up data problem in Menlo Park traffic in sixty seconds to invest in home wifi that you can control with Xfinity X. five see who's online because your wife five or even set a curfew for the kids that simple easy awesome..
"steve hartman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Advice CBS is Steve Hartman talked with him on the road Tony Caputo's marketing Dally in Salt Lake City like it delis a donut shops across America there's a group of regulars senior citizens who said at the same table sep a single Cup of coffee and proceeds to know what all now here's the story this group led by Tony Caputo himself has been blow be aiding for years the world of the world and what a shame that all that wisdom all that good coffee clad device basically goes to waste but no one listens to them but them until now now every summer Saturday they take their coffee club to the local farmers market and under the banner old coots giving advice they basically do what they've always done they never expected anyone to really stop actually it was more of a gel and lo and behold one person two thirds then we and then and that's how the old coots became one of the most popular booths at the market yes today they address everything from landscaping issues get a new house to life's greatest mysteries check out your money and the Koreans of some of the sounds like bad advice that's because it often is in fact there's a disclaimer right there on the sign dear Abby they're not a lot of the advice columnists through the past decades what qualifications and sometimes I think for all of us we hear question we go how are we going to answer like this woman who asked if you should stay with a husband who is unfaithful no no no and they say that's the biggest surprise the number of young people especially who come up in all seriousness this new mom wanted advice on how to not mess up her kids life you're going to mess him up a little bit and that's how they grow in those little pearls those weeks of with the answers right in front of your face they did seem to help people proving seniors really are America's greatest untapped natural resource Steve Hartman on the road in Salt Lake City it's four forty four there's a crash in Santa Clarita it's on the five south past lions we'll take a look at that and other traffic problems coming up in one minute with lower Nickerson people join walk in mass to raise awareness and funds that change the world for everyone affected by multiple sclerosis MS attacks the brain and spinal.
11-year-old girl grants wishes to nursing home residents
"And Arkansas girl is granting wishes to nursing home residents and making friends in the process. CBS news correspondent Steve Hartman met her on the road at a nursing home in north west Arkansas, we found a gentleman named ruby eleven year old ruby Tizi likes to go to work with her mom. Amanda is a nurse who travels to several nursing homes in the area. And it was on one of those visits that Ruby's started going up to residents with her notepad. If you have any three things any three things, what would they be? What would you want? She came up with this idea these questions with the intention of what I don't think. She had an intention really ruby says she was mostly just curious what they'd say. We surprised. Yes. Very surprised. I thought people say like money houses ole Marini. But instead, here's what she got electric razor new shoes. Vienna sausage for some reason a lot of people ask for Vienna sausage and other really basic items. Right. That's all they wanted. And I really decided I needed to do something. So she started a charity called three wishes were rubies residents sit right beside you now while her mom's caring for patients cheese, ruby goes
Neighbors learn sign language for little girl
"There's one community in Massachusetts as talking a lot. But not allowed CBS's. Steve Hartman found the story on the road. At the foreign end of Lincoln road in Newton Massachusetts lives a little girl near and dear to the neighborhood two year old Samantha savitz is death. But boy does she love to talk to anyone who knows sign language for parents Raphael, and Glenda, she's super engaging. She wants to chat up with anybody. Yeah. Her whole personality change, someone who can communicate with her. Likewise, if someone can't. Well, that makes Sam just a little sad. Her desire for engagement has been painfully obvious to everyone in the neighborhood whenever they see you're on a Walker in her yard and Sam tries to be neighborly. They find themselves at a frustrating loss for words. I didn't know what to say back, wouldn't you like to talk to her, you know, basic conversation that one would have with a child asking her about her day and make her feel that she is part of the neighborhood, just be her friend. Unfortunately, this isn't something you can solve with a casserole you need the whole community to learn sign language just for a little two year old girl can't expect neighbors to do that. You can only appreciate them when they do on their own SAM's neighbors got together hired an instructor and are now fully immersed in an American sign language class. The teacher Reese McGovern says this is remarkable. Because a lot of times even the parents of deaf children don't bother to learn sign language, but here Sam has a full community that signing and communicating with her and her family, and it is a beautiful story. And he says this level of inclusion will almost certainly guarantee a happier. More well adjusted Sam which is why her parents say there aren't words in any language to express their gratitude. It's yeah, it's really shocking and fall we are so fortunate. In fact, they say they're already seeing a difference in their daughter. You should see her when she comes in at the end of class. The first thing she says to us is friend. I think your heart just as minded. Sometimes it feels like America is losing its sense of community. But then you hear about a place like this where the village it takes to raise a child is alive.
Man who was once in prison's maximum-security wing is now a mayor
"The most important realization of his life. If I don't take it's going to be two days is going to happen. I'm either going to spend the rest of my life in prison or dead, and the casket you could have never imagined the third option. No, not at all. You want to welcome. You to our city commission meeting Germain is now the mayor of Leavenworth Kansas, the actual mayor berry five zero it's a transformation he credits to God education, and volunteer work after prison. He became a community activist and got his felony record expunged paving the way for a political run a lot of politicians decide to run for office. And then go to prison. You're doing it. The other way around what are the advantages? This is called the hours go by you'll never know what you are until you encounter, which would not I experienced being someone that I wasn't created to be. And when I tried the opposite. I succeeded. What do you want to be? Today Germain couldn't be more opposite the school district that once had him expelled. Now welcomes him back with open arms. The community outreach coordinator, he also works for a nonprofit that helps ex-cons find and keep good job. Good. And of course, he has his duties oh made possible. He says by the gift of incarceration. That's why I'm here. Because if that happened, I would never had the time to think I would have never had an opportunity, you know, to build a relationship with God. So you suggest prison. No. I don't. But one thing I tell you. We all go to Tom, and I live where we hit rock bottom. When you're at rock-bottom. There's only one other place to go. Beaten adjourn or in this case way. Steve Hartman on the road in Leavenworth, Kansas. The coroner's report is now in on actress model Kim Puerto who had three children with rap mogul, Sean Diddy combs, the medical examiner says porter who was found unresponsive better to look lake home back in November died of a form of pneumonia and the deficit been certified as natural. There had been media reports around the time of her death that she'd been experiencing flu like symptoms. Video games are now helping young children to exercise preschool kids are extra gaming.
Dozens of NTSB investigations on hold during shutdown
"Resulting in thirty five deaths in eighteen injuries in the air on the water. And on the roads the Gainesville Florida crash this month was the deadliest not to be investigated. The NTSB also did not gather evidence after this December accident in New Jersey that killed four including two brothers just five investigators have been recalled four to work on the voice recorder of the seven thirty seven that crashed into the Java sea last year. Sources worry the shutdown is causing the board to miss opportunities to prevent. Future accidents that will ultimately cost more lives. Kris van cleave. Well, Vince Lombardi famously said winning isn't everything it's the only thing he never met Merrick Bush, but CBS news correspondent Steve Hartman did on the road as a state champion
"steve hartman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Anything like it. They're both of all in their talking to people knocking on doors. They both want to win in the worst. But this highly competitive race took a dramatic turn recently it happened during their debate. When the candidates asked for a few extra minutes at the end to do something together they stood up from their tables and began moving the furniture, preparing for what appeared to be some kind of musical performance. But I had no idea what even the moderator. Didn't. I don't believe anybody did indeed what happened at the local library that night was completely unexpected and totally unprecedented. Because we asked them if we could have a few minutes at the end to play a duet. I do it strikes. A chord so to speak to save the world that this is a better way. Thank you. Yeah. Democrat and Republican United in perfect harmony. There weren't enough. Tissues to go round. Very sweet and kind. Julia into a different place and marked a turning point for us. Gave me a lot of what we really needed what we've needed all along the song. They played that night. And for us again after is about a deep yearning for less competitive society. With a. Their rendition so resonated with folks here in northern Vermont. We actually saw houses that had signs for both candidates. A clear indication that the winner of this race has already been decided a landslide victory for civility. Steve Hartman on the road and memorial county, Vermont. The world has changed a lot since one thousand.
"steve hartman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"It. They're both all in there talking to people knocking on doors. They both want to win in the worst. But this highly competitive race took a dramatic turn recently it happened during the debate. When the candidates asked for few extra minutes at the end to do something together. I'm not sure what it is. They stood up from their tables and began moving the furniture, preparing for what appeared to be some kind of musical performance. But I had no idea what even the moderator. Didn't. I don't believe anybody. Indeed, what happened at the local library that night was completely unexpected and totally unprecedented. Because we asked them if we could have a few minutes at the end to play a duet. Do it. Accord so to speak to say to the world that this is a better way. Thank you. Democrat and Republican United in perfect harmony. There weren't enough. Tissues to go round. Very sweet. And. Just drew you into a different place marked a turning point for us. Gave me a lot. What we really needed what we've needed all along the song. They played that night. And for us again after is about a deep yearning for a less competitive society long. The widow. Their rendition so resonated with folks here in northern Vermont. We actually saw houses that had signs for both candidates. A clear indication that the winner of this race has already been decided a landslide victory for civility. Steve Hartman on the road and memorial county, Vermont. KRLD news time seven.
"steve hartman" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"This spots. Football saturday. Burstow coverages crack it back on the field. Football Saturday with Steve Hartman and Kelvin Washington. From the geiko Fox Sports radio studios. Steve Hartman Kelvin Washington rolling on this Saturday. Once again, it is Hartman and watching coming alive and the guy go Fox Sports radio studios. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on your car insurance. Visit Geico dot com for a free Ray, quote, now, they really happening or shattering the college football world, no brewing upsets out there. We'll continue to monitor. I was day was close early on against Oklahoma. By the way, a little bit later on the hour. I'm going to give you an update on my Heisman Trophy the latest one two three. We're going to give it a couple of previews against coming up. One of the big match ups later today. Auburn and LSU that's going to give you a good match up in the SEC Boise state on the road against stay Boise state. Kevin is a little bit back. I mean, they've been sort of missing since Chris Peterson lapped Boise is suddenly back in the conversation. One of those group of five schools, Alabama's on the road against ole miss, and of course, USC Texas as again that we're going to be getting in. Into. Of course, we all remember one of the if not be greatest game the grand game I've ever been to. I was at all you were there. I was at the Rose Bowl that day. And I and I remember I was at the USC Oklahoma BCS championship down in Miami the year before when they blew the doors off Oklahoma. And I remember I actually had a dream. I had a dream. We were broadcasting from outside the Rose Bowl. It was a huge broadcast out there. I mean, this was the mega game of the century two hundred feet of powerhouses. Everyone's thinking s he's going to win. I mean, they won thirty four in a row, Texas is good. Vince young is great. But then they're not that good. And so we're making our predictions before the game, and I sat there, and I know reason to pick against see other than the fact that I had this little flash dream of my head events young scoring the winning touchdown. And so I said it I said I. I might be way off on this thing. But I had a dream last night. I Vince young scoring the winning touchdown. So I was actually on the field because you know, they let the media down at the end of the game. And I'm standing on the Texas sideline. I'm right next to Matthew mcconaughey, and Roger Clemens all these big. They're all sitting there watching and when one four at fourth and short and Reggie Bush was even the game may Hannah's straight hand off to Linda white. I'm like what did you do? You just handed bids younger ball field. Are you crazy, and they could not stop him that second half ridiculous. I've always said to people that was the greatest game I've ever seen. Obviously, there's you know, there's some other comparable or at least. I was also at the Boise state Oklahoma game. I was. Unbelieveab- that with a hook and ladder Greg game. That was boy Boise state was a very fun team for like three to four years. They were they were very very fun. But yeah that that SE Texas game was incredible. Every star that was a star. Even you know, even guys like hop on the defensive side. Offense. Remember, Michael hub? I mean, everybody who was supposed to show up showed up, and it was just an epic game to me that's been the digress game. Maybe even almost in any sport. I mean, you know, you get these over height games. And so many times disappointed that was not only. Did it not disappointed? Just exceeded crazy plays. Remember, Reggie Bush Lateran the ball to nobody. I mean, they were just crazy things going on. So we get a little preview SC Texas coming up, by the way, that's another one. Other one last year. That was a really, yeah. Well Sam darnold pulled I game. All yeah. In overtime. So they've had a couple now they're selling it as a trilogy, and we'll hope that you mentioned we'll hope to see that lives up. I know Texas needed both of these teams are kind of in the same place where all right now. Gotta get something going. You got the names, and you you know, in in declare held in savers, Robert and Sam darnold. Save his job last year. See did not look good at Stanford. They were not in that game. They just you're going with a true freshman quarterback JT Daniels. I get it. But they were not in that game. They weren't in that game at all. And and that's my point is outside of Sam darnold SC hasn't really looked great. And even with him. You wanted to wanted more than what you got right? As far as the team so SC in Texas or Konin similar places where we're used to these teams stoically being good to great and winning and being there towards the end of the season. So one of these teams is gonna lose. And it's going to be very very, I think it's it's more detrimental to clay Helton if they were to lose. But by the way, I I all states are scored. Wow. This thing a game, Vermont Iowa State beat Oklahoma last year. They did. So keep that in mind as they just scored if they obviously get the extra point it'll be twenty four seventeen Oklahoma. But a lot of football left whole pretty much whole second half. All right. Talking about the Rams, and I think after week one now, maybe you disagree with me. But to me watching week one of the NFL the two teams that stand out to me are the Vikings Rams to me. They just look like the two best teams in the NFL. I they don't have the defense. I mean, the Rams just wore down the raiders there was a lot of emotion up there. The black hole. You could see it Gruden had that marshawn Lynch touchdown. Where carried half the Rams defense in the end zone places going nuts. But then you just see the genius, Sean McVay, man. He's a good quarterback coach, and you could just see wasn't gonna panic. He knows there's a lot of emotion riding with gruden's return in Oakland and the Rams just war on down. You know, they just wore them down and just dominate at the end of the game. Same thing with the Vikings. I mean a lot of hype coming in with the forty Niners. And by the way, Jimmy Garoppolo is going to be a good quarterback. Three picks against the Vikings is nothing to be ashamed about the Vikings are low did you get and. Cook back and all of a sudden. Wow. So I say that right now. So the Rams are at least to me right now the team you've suddenly jumped down there bandwagon to team happens to live in LA. Okay. After a lot I could also say after a lot of years of suffering years. I'm tired of suffering. That's well, then put an exclamation point exit. That fax I'm tired of suffering. I'm not gonna go to another year of suffering. Forget it. I'm going to go with a team that made. In the city in which they reside. Yes. Yes. Hi. I don't blame you. But here's an interesting dynamic. So the Rams this week host the cardinals going to blow out we know that cardinals. So terrible San Diego. I mean, the LA chargers they're going to be on the road against the Buffalo Bills should be a blow to Bill, okay? Next week. Chargers at the Rams at the Coliseum. And this is a critical game for the National Football League. What happened last week for the chargers was a further indication of how this move to LA is beyond a disaster. I've had a camera got from my TV station minute. Every single step game for the chargers last year, and this year, I said, what was what was it? Like he goes it wasn't the sea of red. We knew that would be cheese fans everywhere empty seats. They announced the seller. But that's always based on tickets sold announced he said at least a quarter that stadium was empty. Would you please tell the people who are in other states outside of California about where they play in a soccer stadium? There you go. Everybody needs to know that keep that in mind, but they keep selling you on the idea that it's an incredible experience. So you'll never see an NFL game this close. Yeah. I do want. I do want to go. I'm gonna make my way out there. Hopefully, the problem is I have a child coming. So I doubt that, but I do wanna go just feel that that atmosphere. All right. Well, you're gonna you're gonna also I know go to the game. Are you going to go to the game next week? I need to go to that guy. Okay. I'm throwing myself out there. If you have tickets there are here. Here's the good words. There are a lot of tickets available. You see the problem for the Rams right now. The Rams obviously are better team the chargers, but the Rams attendance last year was down way down from the first year in LA despite the team was up and they're facing a similar situation. Right now, they're not all that different from the chargers where they're selling a lot of tickets to fans of the opposing team the problem with the chargers coming in. They don't have any pants. So it's not like the Cowboys are coming in or the forty Niners are coming in where they got a lot of bands that will jump into the Coliseum to fill seats. It's the chargers. And if you're the NFL, and you got your to LA teams both good teams and that Coliseum is a quarter the half empty that is not gonna look good. All. All in the number two media market. I mean, this was the big sell the NFL. We gotta get back in the LA when nobody in LA was yelling for a team. Nobody wise gonna agree with you there. I I do think there was an LA was saying. Hm? Maybe we'll take a team, but they weren't yearning fourteen get anywhere down Clarence Seattle is looking for a basketball team. I why are Sonics gone. You get that feeling they want. You didn't get that feeling that LA was missing it. And a lot of it's because you get people like me who have moved here from somewhere else who had their tail and I was on the air the entire twenty year run when they had no NFL team. I've said this before the amount of unsolicited phone calls I received over twenty years of people saying Harvard. What are we going to get the NFL back that would be zero? You're right. I never a single phone. I will say that's a credit to the NFL. Unlike major league baseball, which is super and hyper regional where like my team in the NFL people just like sitting in Miami. But you wanna see the Packers bears game? So the credit the NFL for being a sport where it doesn't really matter where you live obviously, people love their teams, but people in general just like football. So you can be in L A and be excited for football Sunday. Even though you don't have a team in LA because you can watch the giants take on the Cowboys or the Redskins and you can watch the Packers bears. And so you could be excited about that. One thing. I I will say though with regards to the Coliseum. It's huge. So you got to keep in mind. I mean that thing is huge. It's an NFL. Now, he was in their heyday man ninety thousand but when they're not it's the same thing and even whether or not bad like last season with the Rams are one of the best teams in the league. Is there any question about what their new and they're not on the honeymoon anymore and people are excited about this new stadium in another couple of years? You think they are because they're not selling tickets. They're going to be there. Because again, it'll be the new thing fig about the the trajectory of the Rams the Rams will be there. They'll be winning. They'll be successful as at least it seems and Philip rivers will be out the door for the chargers. It'll be other do I don't know. Nick. I'm sorry about that. I don't have any after that. The chargers gonna pay him twenty five million extent has contract five more years. I mean as much as I love him. I hope not his contract is up at the end of next season. So I think there is a you gotta kinda pump the brakes in the fact that again this stadium shoes. Is that the right way to go in the NFL these days huge stadiums? Or should they go to? Going back to the college. Cut them, right? When people are doing like, for instance, Ford field. But it's about I think it's like sixty sixty five dollars a big stadium. That's big. But the way they did it very well where it's one of those rare stadiums that's pretty big. But somehow they did a seating where it's not really a bad seat in the house. I'll give them credit for that..
Duncan Hunter appears to blame wife for $250K campaign cash scandal
"Indicted Republican congressman Duncan. Hunter of San Diego County told, Fox News Wednesday that his wife is to blame for misuse of campaign funds after the couple. Was indicted this week they pleaded not guilty to using. The, campaign money for personal expenses. Hunter said that his wife was his campaign. Manager and that she made mistakes hunter and, his wife arrived and left separately from federal court to enter their.
How a 95-year-old veteran gave a young boy a lesson in courage
"A World War veteran in Ohio steps in. To help a four year old boy a. Neighborhood pool CBS's Steve Hartman has details on this week's on the road it is the tallest twenty inches, in sports the distance between a diving, board and the surface of the, water can feel like half a body length especially when. It's half your, body length which is why all summer long four year old Dylan Stick has been cheating, the system gradually lowering himself into, the water like a fragile egg he had no interest. In it his mouth ever Marla you don't wanna pressure we. Were just saying hey, you, wanna give it a shot you wanna give it a try and he was no way he wasn't interested enter ninety five year old Daniel Biss drafted McDaniel was in the air force during World War Two and career radio operator, he knows a thing or two about fear and bravery so when he saw. This neighborhood kid at a family pool party. And canton Ohio and heard everyone trying to coax them off the board just wouldn't go he knew exactly, what Dylan needed just needed some convincing, I I guess he did drive, is gonna try anyway So Daniel borrowed a swimsuit. And, with Canaan hand stepped up the set the example This is, a miracle one kid yelled as. If Lazarus himself had risen up to the springboard and it did. Feel that way the great grandfather hadn't been on a diving board in fifty, years and yet there
"steve hartman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Evening news, is next as we, follow, these stories, former New York. Assembly speaker Sheldon silver once all bodies most powerful democrat has been sentenced to seven years in prison on corruption charges more thunderstorms possible this, evening and tonight Staten Island getting hammered a. Lot of trees and wires down there, New York's giving spectrum cable boot saying. Cable provider hasn't. Lived up to expectations Good Friday evening I'm Mike Wallace and I'm Joe Avalon w CBS news time six thirty the CBS. Evening news right now on your radio On, the CBS evening news this Friday the death. Toll rises in a spreading California wildfire, we'll explore the phenomenon that is a. Fire NATO and. Steve Hartman with a teacher who gave a student and his mom a priceless gift but first the headlines in sixty seconds Wildfires continue to burn out. Of control in California it leads, to have now died fighting the car. Firing look, at this age fire tornadoes on real homes were. Exploding cars were exploding everyone was running got Korea has returned the possible remains of fifty five American troops killed during the Korean war we. Have served in the military never be People behind SUVS investigating CEO, and chairman Accused of sexual misconduct Economy, is robust, GDP rose four point one percent. In the second quarter the fastest pace we've seen. When nearly, four years once again we are the economic envy. Of the entire world we got a blood moon now, visible in the US but it, is miserable in. Africa Asia and Europe he is the longest one century A bear in. Colorado stuck in a storm drain officers were able to, open a manhole cover he jumped, right out nobody. Told them it's a manhole fair Anything Jeff floor and we're going to begin here with these.
"steve hartman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"To the grove you'll be walking right in the midst of these beautiful trees you'll just see it like you know it was a hundred years ago dean is proud of the efforts the largest improvement project in park history we really brought it back patty rising kcbs conservation nonprofit in san francisco has raised millions of dollars to pay for improvements for national parks along the california nevada border great basin and death valley national parks are receiving funds from people in parks that would improve signs trails exhibits and orientation films people in parks executive director bob hansen says he decided to spend his semi retirement helping the parks he says the focus of the nonprofit is to give visitors something more than they bargained for time now for a history lesson taught by a fourth grader it's a student steve hartman found on the road so what were you here for soccer game ten year old sarah haycock says she was just walking through this park in shoreline washington so just about a year ago when she came across something curious there's like the beginning of a mystery a stone with a plaque what i i saw it was clearly a tribute but to who pratt thirty three nineteen sixty nine and i'm like wow that's really short life and just quick math in my head like he died at thirty nine yeah i'm just like that's not typical and since there were no other markings and no one around to ask no other clues sarah took it upon herself to learn all she could about the life and death of edwin pratt she learned he was director of the seattle urban league worked on school desegregation and was the first black person to move into sarah's town it was a bold and fatal decision pratt was assassinated right there on the front porch nine months after martin luther king junior or lack of recognition that really i think maybe stunned stunned you he's got to have something more than just a park outside of a bathroom about that same time across the street from sarah school she noticed the district was putting up a new early learning center she found out it didn't have a name yet her wheels started turning sarah launched a petition drive and when all over town explaining to anyone who would listen why that new building should be named after practice thank you helping for helping.
"He got to my heart": How a bullied teen changed the lives of two Denver police officers
"What more could these people ask for right fame money yes power but when they take their own lives the facade quickly crumbles they are human after all but maybe harder treat i'm sure we all even think about how field to sort of forces mile for a photo with dr jenny is a psychologist in beverly hills we could in this moment of all the pressure in social media and trying to on this false front really choose instead to be courageous and authentic we can communicate that there is hope and that treatment were first celebrity dr tate says seeking treatment and the fear of public exposure may be overwhelming charles feldman knx ten seventy newsradio with suicide so much in the news this week here's a story of hope it's about two cops didn't more than just prevent a death cbs's steve hartman got their story on the road a lot of police officers go above and beyond but you have gone further than denver police officers monique said berry and martinez last year they got a call to check on the welfare of visually impaired fifteen year old boy named victor iran victor was used to being bullied but when somebody poured hot glue on his arm he decided that was the final straw this was one of the tougher calls for us his teacher had called nine one one saying a saying that he was being bullied and he wanted to end his life every year in america more than two thousand teenagers commit suicide but victor isn't part of that statistic thanks to those two police officers who didn't see miss just another call but rather as part of their calling got to my heart he really got to me after they took victor to the hospital for psychiatric treatment said berry martinez made to do everything they could to make sure this kid had good friends which to them meant becoming his good friends today they talk all the time and even go with them to karate classes and other events he's like our family he's like our little brother.
"steve hartman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Downtown la karen adams can ten seventy newsradio you have a story for you now about some really good friends one of them is five the other eightythree cbs news correspondent steve hartman found them on the road the audience at this preschool graduation and augusta georgia was full of parents grandparents and one very good friend dan petersen is best friends with nora would lose that nora's mom tara says these two are absolutely inseparable she's holy invested in how she can't remember her life before him and i'm not sure that he wants to remember his before her before he met nora in two thousand sixteen dan was severely depressed his wife had just died and he was grocery shopping for himself when nora spotted him she just randomly reached out to him to this total stranger she stood up and said hi oh person is my birthday today hardly old person she says this to this cranky old man yeah and then had the audacity to demand a hug hug absolutely nora got her hug and then asked her mom to take a picture of her with her new friend she zeroed in on him like a missile and his little whip quivered he was teared up and it was just sweet you don't know this is the first time quite a while been happy after we first told the story we thought for sure the love would fade these raw tornadoes but here we are a year and a half later and they are still seeing each other at least once a week ultra remarkable i mean i think a lot of people thought that it wouldn't continue but they're pure magic what's the reason you like mr dan like a pit bull makes you wanna peppermint doesn't it the surest sign of their connection came just a couple months ago nora was hugging dan which he always does but this time was different i could go because he hadn't answered the door right away nora was just relieved to find him safe every time he was crying what's it feel like to be loved that much kick see we can see you steve hartman on the road of your family in augusta georgia time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives the start on the freeways now a tiny compost if you're headed north through santa clarita you'll find.
4-year-old superhero using his power to feed the homeless
"News one oh six nine am seven forty kcbs it's friday night may four twenty eighteen and coming up on kcbs earthquakes eruptions and evacuations on the island of hawaii new plans to develop a historic park in berkeley la inches toward finding a new police chief and chevron reaches terms with richmond for a lawsuit kcbs news time cbs news update the big island rocking and rolling for a second night as a magnitude six point nine earthquake has hit related to the current eruption of the killer way of volcano that send a torrent of magma through a housing development cbs's carter evans is there kevin nine hundred eighteen hundred people have been evacuated a lot of them are elderly people this is a retirement community a lot of people have evacuated in are warning people to stay that if they stay they made not be able to come rescue them this all started earlier in the week when a volcanic vent collapsed redirecting a lab of flow underground that bubbled up under the lay lonnie community usgs geophysicist michael poland so for now oxide levels in the area are quite high so while the threats to life on from lava flows may not be that great because you can get away from this fairly easily anyone with respiratory problems we'll certainly be feeling the effects of the esotique gases so far no casualties reported cbs news update i'm jim shanavie kcbs news time now is eight thirty two time to tell you about a president and his story of hope only this chief executive is only four years old steve hartman found him in the deep south while on the road he's faster than a speeding stroller more adorable than a wet kitten and able to get a strangers attention with a single courtesy this is america's latest superhero and the only superhero with the power to feed the homeless.
"steve hartman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Traffic leader kcbs all right frank and the weather forecast rain on and off through the overnight hours tomorrow monday the forecast does call for some more sprinkles and also possibility of thunderstorms highs only in the fifties tuesday sunshine returns and the highs in the fifties and the sixties but wednesday more clouds return and a chance of evening rain thursday and friday look pretty darn good we start to lighten up just a bit and we start to warm up with temperatures creeping up to the low seventies it is forty seven in santa rosa's nfl jackson it's fifty one forty nine napa forty make that fifty two in concord it's fifty three in oakland hayward at fifty three san jose at fifty four and in downtown san francisco fifty three degrees traffic and weather together on the eighteen all news one zero six nine and am seven forty kcbs news time is ten fifty two lights cbs cbs's steve hartman takes a dive into a pool of determination he found while on the road they were the bad news bears of swimming in two minutes coach alex wiediman of saginaw high school in arlington texas says you can't overstate their underachievement our goal was to finish the race across the pool pool really we measured our success on not getting disqualified and because that was the standard four years ago gerald hodges made the team perhaps the only kid ever make a high school swim team without a clue outta swim we had to get anybody swim he couldn't get across five yards let alone twenty five yards was the really nobody better no come on actually he at least learned how to not drown and even finished some races albeit long after the other competitors were done and towel positive so why swimming.
Mission to find a stolen wallet changes one man's life
"He did for one patriot a total stranger who lost her wallet here last month with her wedding ring inside and she was frantic really upset about it so it just became a mission his mission defined her ring began with a thorough screening of the security footage he had to watch three hours before finally finding her wallet on a bench outside the bar the one at the far left with the shady character approaching eventually jimmy figured out who that was and got him to confess to taking the cash and dumping the wallet in this ocean channel it was long gone but you still won't let this go after invested all that time i'm gonna find the right so are hire divers come out in the next day you hire divers diverse to divers who scoured the seabed and eventually surfaced with a soggy wallet and an irreplaceable treasure jimmy went so far beyond what most of us would do for a stranger and yet even after solving the mystery he still felt the need to do more for the woman who lost the wall for the thief he was living in the woods and this was one of thirty degrees outside in two days i could tell he wasn't a permanently just somebody need a little help seventeen year old rivers pray there is estranged from his mother he's been trying to make it on his own but was homeless the day he stumbled into jimmy's life i couldn't lock here most other people would have just gave the footage took police and he chose to help me he's made me part of his family literally part of his family rivers is now staying in jimmy's house with jimmy's fiance and kids he's got two jobs and a bright future how do you say thank you i mean i'd say thank you to every day i do anything for him when that wallet got stolen by a homeless kid jimmy kelly's could have called on police courts or social services but instead he called on the best problem solver of all the compassion within steve hartman on the road in rights ville beach north carolina these stories keep getting better that is the cbs news tonight i'm jeff glory new york tonight.
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Former water park executive charged in Kansas boy's slide death
"A trade war sent the dow down within four hundred points today capping off the worst week for the bluechip index and more than two years a former executive at a water park in kansas city was charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of a ten year old boy in august of two thousand sixteen taleb schwab was decapitated when his raft one airborne on a waterslide twenty nine year old tyler miles a former operations director for the park is the first person to face criminal charges in the boy's death he pleaded not guilty the indictment calls the waterslide a deadly weapon and arrest warrant is out for nfl player michael bennett he was indicted in texas today for allegedly shoving a sixtysixyearold disabled woman at the thousand seventeen super bowl prosecutors say that ben and tried to force his way onto the field after his brother who was on the winning team had just won the game the woman was part of the security staff bennett faces a felony charge of causing injury to the elderly the attorney for a stormy daniels may have dropped a hint on twitter that he has evidence of daniel's affair with donald trump and a fair the president and is michael avenue posted a picture of disk and wrote if a picture is worth a thousand words how many words is this worth stormy daniels tells her story to anderson cooper this sunday on sixty minutes up next this baskets a lot more difficult than it looks steve hartman with a kid who made it news time eight twenty to evolve i t's sponsors traffic and transit on the twos burlington bristol bridge in the midst of a lift bridge opening all traffic stopped in both directions on either side of the river that may be a while so again watch out for that if you are in bucks county on ninety five southbound why for delays around business route run exit forty four because of left lane construction now they're setting up construction in chester county on the thirty bypass eastbound the right lane is closed at the two zero two northbound ramp another gonna fully close it a little later on so be prepared for that later this evening next update in less than ten minutes i'm brian ramona in the trumark financial credit union twenty four hour traffic center if your business needs a quality reliable modern phone system to drive mobility and business collaboration checkout philadelphiabased devolve ip learn evolve ip's analysts claim solution and download gartner's unified communications market guide for free devolve ip.