Members Want Money Back After Bankruptcy Court Closes Redondo Beach GymMembers of a gym in Redondo Beach are demanding to get their money back after a bankruptcy court closed the fitness hub’s doors.
Bankrupt San Bernardino Plans To Eliminate More Than 100 City WorkersThe San Bernardino City Council is planning to eliminate more than 100 city jobs in order to trim a more than $45 million budget shortfall.
Dodgers' Planned Sale Before JudgeA federal bankruptcy court judge in Delaware is deciding whether to approve a reorganization plan by the Los Angeles Dodgers that would put the team on track to exit bankruptcy by April 30.
OC Catholic Diocese, Chapman University Battling For Crystal CathedralThe battle over the bankrupt Crystal Cathedral heated up Monday with two major bidders going to court to get ownership.
Dodgers Vendor Won't Get Quick Contract Decision A Delaware bankruptcy judge has denied a request by a Dodger Stadium souvenir vendor to force the Los Angeles Dodgers to decide quickly whether the team will maintain its contract.
US Trustee Objects To Dodgers Financing PlanA U.S. bankruptcy trustee objects to the Los Angeles Dodgers' proposed bankruptcy financing, saying the team has not disclosed enough information about its loan arrangement with a hedge fund.

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