All lanes of the Golden State (5) Freeway near Dodger Stadium were open Tuesday morning as workers continued to repair a Glendale (2) Freeway connector tunnel that was damaged in a fiery tanker crash over the weekend.
A tanker carrying 8,500 gallons of fuel overturned and burst into flames Saturday, prompting officials to close a portion of the Golden State (5) Freeway in Elysian Park.
Investigators say officers were directing traffic at an intersection outside the venue when a group of six tagged a DOT vehicle and got into an altercation with an officer.
A day at the ballpark is like a right of passage for everyone. Enjoy your day at Dodger Stadium and cheer on your favorite team.
Dodger fans have a new way to keep cool this summer—frozen beer!
Breast cancer survivor Sara Aguilera is this year’s honorary bat girl for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Los Angeles Dodgers Saturday will host the first of two Natural Balance “Bark in the Park” promotions during their game against the Miami Marlins.
It is all but in the spirit of baseball that Sandy Koufax threw a shutout to open the 1964 season at Dodger Stadium, and on the very day he welcomed baseball back into that very ballpark, from that very mound, in 2013, another dominant Dodgers left-handed pitcher repeated, even enhanced, history.
Dodger fans will celebrate opening day Monday when the “Boys in Blue” take on World Series Champions, the San Francisco Giants.
The Los Angeles Dodgers Friday unveiled $100 million in stadium improvements as the team prepares for its 52nd season at the iconic Elysian Park venue.
Opening Day at Dodger Stadium is less than a week away, and for the 2013 season, things will have a different look.
Jordan Hill of the Los Angeles Lakers joined thousands of others this weekend in the fight against breast cancer.
The Los Angeles Fire Department could soon become the sole provider of emergency medical services at Dodger Stadium.
Aleksandra Duliba of Belarus won the 28th Los Angeles Marathon on Sunday in her marathon debut, and Erick Mose of Kenya won the men’s race with a personal best.
Approximately 24,000 people from across the country and 61 nations are expected to participate in Sunday’s sold-out ASICS Los Angeles Marathon.