The family of a 15-year-old girl who died of an ecstasy overdose at a rave at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will receive a $190,000 lawsuit settlement.
An electronic music festival that prompted a moratorium on raves at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum after a teenager died of a drug overdose is moving to Las Vegas.
The Electric Daisy Carnival, an electronic-music festival that came under fire last year when a 15-year-old girl died from an ecstasy overdose, will be allowed back at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the stadium’s governing body decided Wednesday.
University of Southern California students are being urged to stay away from rave dance parties.
The family of a 15-year-old girl who died of an ecstasy overdose after a rave has filed a claim seeking $5 million in damages from the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
The city of Los Angeles may reconsider its decision to lift a ban on raves at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and the nearby Sports Arena.
The Los Angeles County coroner’s office says a 15-year-old girl who collapsed during the Electric Daisy Carnival rave in June died as the result of an ecstasy overdose.
Authorities say more than 80 young people were arrested at a rave party inside the Los Angeles Sports Arena, most on drugs charges.
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