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Steve Hartman
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The premise is that "everybody has a story." On Aug. 31, 48 Hours took a look at the best "stories." For his series, Hartman was honored with a Dupont Award for excellence in journalism.

Correspondent Steve Hartman throws a dart at a map of the United States and goes wherever it hits. Once he's there, he picks a person at random from the phone book.



This time he travels to:
Morgan County, Tenn.

Hartman decides to bend the rules a little bit to get a sneak peek at the future. He tells the story of a couple's unborn child.

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Randy and Lesa McFarland.


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