Assignment America


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Sorry, voting is now closed. The winning story 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.

Steve could meet the girls of Automotive High. These young ladies can replace a transmission in their sleep - and want to grow up to become your next mechanic.

Or would you rather have him meet a mayor who still lives with his mom? Don't laugh. The kid is in his second term - and he's getting a lot more done than most politicians.

He could introduce us to 104-year-old Waldo McBurney, one of America's oldest workers. Waldo raises bees - and, scarier still, he just got his driver's license renewed.

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