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San Francisco cobbler Pablo Martinez explains the process of fixing and customizing shoes for his clients and the community. Martinez wishes to impart the lost art to young people by training them on this viable skill. KPIX's Julie Watts reports.
Shooting of unarmed black teenager prompted week of unrest in Ferguson, Missouri and rallies nationwide
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon credits Highway Patrol with shift from violent unrest to peaceful protests
A fifth night of protests are met by state police instead of tear gas
Six-time gold medalist Amy Van Dyken-Rouen handling injury from ATV accident like a champion
Change in tactics eases tension in Missouri after days of clashes, but questions remain over America's increasingly-heavily armed police
Philadelphia's Mo'ne Davis is only the fourth American girl to ever make it to the World Series
Tanks, combat gear and assault rifles used by police responding to protesters demonstrating against fatal shooting of unarmed teen
Jon Waters, who was fired after investigation revealed alleged sexualized culture within band, says he was working to stop that behavior
Turnabout comes after change in police command and tactics; report: name of officer who fatally shot unarmed black teen about to be released
Police believe the two sisters were abducted from roadside stand in northern New York; about 24 hours, they knocked at door and asked for help
After state police take charge of security, Ferguson sees peaceful protests over shooting of black teen while solidarity rallies are held from New York to Los Angeles
Gov. Rick Perry has called up as many as 1,000 troops to patrol border during immigration crisis; first batch are manning observation posts
On the 225th anniversary of Lighthouse Act of 1789, Mike Bauchan remembers his father - the last known Light Keeper in the United States Lighthouse Service. Produced by Suvro Banerji and Cydney Adams.
Maj. Gen. Harold Greene was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery after being killed by a lone gunman in Afghanistan while supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
The Little League World Series is a long way from the streets of Chicago, in more ways than one
Amid fears of another night of unrest, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon put the state highway patrol in charge of calming the violence and easing tensions between demonstrators and police
"All we did is go out there and sing and preach and scream," said music legend who was part of 60s duo Sam & Dave
55-year-old labor lawyer Rob Manfred was MLB's chief operating officer; he replaces Bud Selig, who retires in January
NASCAR champion pulls out of event as mourners bury 20-year-old driver he struck and killed on dirt track last weekend