Staci and Dusty Robinson and their sons Caleb, Travis and Bode pose in fhe family's Fleet Feet store on J street in Sacramento.
Staci and Dusty Robinson and their sons Caleb, Travis and Bode pose in fhe family's Fleet Feet store on J street in Sacramento. Robinsons on the Run
Staci and Dusty Robinson and their sons Caleb, Travis and Bode pose in fhe family's Fleet Feet store on J street in Sacramento. Robinsons on the Run

How a local couple’s footprint with Fleet Feet Sports will get bigger

August 14, 2017 03:18 PM

UPDATED August 15, 2017 12:33 PM

Comments

More Videos

Former NBA player John Salley talks about Deuces, his new Los Angeles-based marijuana venture 2:02

Former NBA player John Salley talks about Deuces, his new Los Angeles-based marijuana venture

See the Sunday fun at Sacramento's Downtown Ice Rink 0:49

See the Sunday fun at Sacramento's Downtown Ice Rink

‘How do they get past that’ after Rancho Tehama elementary school shooting? 0:40

‘How do they get past that’ after Rancho Tehama elementary school shooting?

Have you seen these fugitives? Sacramento's most wanted for the week of Nov. 16 1:49

Have you seen these fugitives? Sacramento's most wanted for the week of Nov. 16

Watch Placer County sheriff show off their 'turkey call' 0:28

Watch Placer County sheriff show off their 'turkey call'

How to survive an active shooter 3:59

How to survive an active shooter

‘We know there are mountains behind that line of smog,’ Cristina Garcia says 1:23

‘We know there are mountains behind that line of smog,’ Cristina Garcia says

Willie Cauley-Stein likes Kings’ effort, makes first career 3-pointer in loss at Portland 1:36

Willie Cauley-Stein likes Kings’ effort, makes first career 3-pointer in loss at Portland

Watch therapy dogs bring joy to UC Davis students 1:01

Watch therapy dogs bring joy to UC Davis students

Mike Pereira's 'controversial' take on wild Raiders-Chiefs finish that tested officials 1:46

Mike Pereira's 'controversial' take on wild Raiders-Chiefs finish that tested officials

  • Former NBA player John Salley talks about Deuces, his new Los Angeles-based marijuana venture

    John Salley attended a marijuana conference in Las Vegas and talked about Deuces, a pot business headed by his daughter Tyla.