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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 07, 2017
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Finally tonight, with all the division and discord we're seeing in this country right now, we want to follow up on a story we told you about last week. It's about those two boys from Louisville, Kentucky, one black, one white, best friends who got matching buzz cuts to fool their teacher and wound up teaching us a valuable lesson. Kevin Tibbles reports on how they're Inspiring America. Two pint sized peas in a pod. How long have you two boys known each other? Years. Trout. Jacks Rosebush on the ...
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Kevin Tibbles
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00:01:58

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