Assignment America


Sorry, voting is now closed. The story with the most votes will be revealed Monday night at 6:30 p.m. ET on the CBS Evening News. And tune in to catch Steve Hartman's report on Friday.






Send Steve to check out the first-ever National Vocabulary Championships. The rules are simple: The whippersnapper with the most consummate lexicon preponderates.



Steve could meet the police chief who gave a ticket - to himself. He fined himself $235 for not stopping for a school bus. Is anyone that honest?



Or here's a viewer-suggested story. Kathleen Albin of Cottage Grove, Ore., saw a story in her local paper about a blind mechanic who fixes cars - by feel.








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