Dodger fans will face a host of new security measures – and several adventurous food offerings – as the team gets set to kick off the 2015 season, officials announced Wednesday.
The famed Dodger Dog is about to get a little cheesy.
A Yorba Linda man says he and his beloved Yorkie were attacked by two coyotes while out for an evening stroll.
Dodgers second baseman Mark Ellis has returned to the lineup after missing the last 19 games with a right quadriceps strain.
The next time you go to Dodger Stadium, you could see more emergency personnel parked outside.
Attorneys for Bryan Stow want the former Dodgers owner to help pay more than $50 million for their client’s current and future medical costs.
MRI results on Dodgers’ outfilder Matt Kemp revealed a left hamstring strain, and the All-Star is considered day-to-day.
A preliminary hearing date was scheduled Thursday for Jan. 17 for the two men accused of brutally attacking Bryan Stow at Dodger stadium.
The attorney for Giovanni Ramirez says his client could not be the man described by eyewitnesses because he did not have a shaved head until after the assault.
A fire was reported just before dawn Monday at Dodger Stadium in the same storage area that caught fire Saturday night.
An outdoor advertising company is donating the billboards, which will include sketches and information about the men who allegedly attacked Giants fan Bryan Stow.
City officials say they’ll do whatever it takes to make sure baseball fans are safe at Dodger Stadium after a savage beating at the season opener that left a San Francisco Giants fan with brain damage.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck has vowed to deploy large numbers of officers at the Los Angeles Dodgers’ next home series to enhance security.
The neurosurgery team treating Bryan Stow, a 41-year-old paramedic and married father of two who was severely beaten at Dodger Stadium last week, says he is in critical but guarded condition and must undergo a life-saving operation.