It’s official: the Frank McCourt era is over.
CBS2’s Jim Hill is reporting the sale of the Dodgers has been approved by Judge Kevin Gross.
The sale is filled with 600 family consignors and over 80,000 brand name, high-quality items, including clothes, bikes, books, furniture and even maternity clothing.
Real estate developer Rick Caruso and former Dodgers’ manager Joe Torre have dropped their joint bid to buy the Dodgers, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The city of Ontario is making a $50 million bid to take back its airport, which has been owned and operated by the group that runs LAX for more than 25 years.
Frank McCourt may have been forced to sell the Los Angeles Dodgers, but now it appears he’s going to come away from the sale as a very rich man.
Up to six Southland-area Starbucks locations will soon be serving alcohol.
The investment bank handling the sale for owner Frank McCourt expects to receive as many as 20 bids.
A U.S. District Court judge ruled that the Los Angeles Dodgers must stop the sale of the team’s television rights, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The West Hollywood City Council has approved a new ordinance banning the sale of animal fur.
KROQ has announced its lineup for the first night of the 22nd Annual “Almost Acoustic Christmas” concert, which will take place at the Gibson Amphitheatre on Dec. 10.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting a settlement may be near between Major League Baseball and Frank McCourt to sell the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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Donald Trump sold his 11,000-square-foot Rancho Palos Verdes home overlooking his golf course for $7.15 million, it was reported Sunday.
After months of saying, and adamantly, that he was not going to sell the Dodgers, a report in the LA Times suggests Frank McCourt is exploring the option.