There is an old saying that “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” and that ideal is precisely what antique lovers find so appealing. Each of these Orange County stores carries something that once defined our past and is just waiting for its place to shine again in the present.
Fred Jordan Mission and Foot Locker Thursday kept a 27-year tradition alive by handing out shoes and school supplies to underprivileged children, like Vanessa Figueroa.
When a hard-working father of seven faced the horror of losing one of his legs, he nearly gave up.
Celebrity stylist Eric Himel stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to show viewers how to wear some of the hottest shoe, handbag and accessary trends for a standout spring look!
The exclusive line also includes coats and handbags.
A UCLA student reportedly was walking off-campus in the early morning hours Saturday when two men strong-armed him for his shoes.
On the hunt for some great retail bargains? You’re in luck, because we have the scoop on several shops that can help Orange County residents stretch their hard-earned dollars. Plus, there’s no need to sacrifice style for bargains
Los Angeles, a notorious hub for setting trends, has some of the best outlet shopping in which to find chain store and Rodeo Drive treasures all in one spot.
Los Angeles retailers applaud the men and women serving our country with military discounts.
Foot Locker associates Tuesday organized 4,000 pairs of new athletic shoes and socks for the company’s Cares for Kids Back-To-School Giveaway.
At least two parks in San Juan Capistrano have prohibited people from wearing flip-flops.
Back-to-school time is the kids’ version of the Fashion Week, when showing off new threads is all the rage on campus.
A man suspected in the murder of a Menifee woman found dead in her swimming pool Monday has been arrested, authorities said.
Detectives on Wednesday released photos of suspected in shoplifting athletic shoes from a Marshalls store in Panorama City.
Wearing those summer flip flops and sandals can sometimes cause more harm than good. Find out what four tips a podiatrist suggest to keep your injury free.