Two competing plans for a new stadium to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles will likely be a hot topic when the mayor of Inglewood gives his annual State of the City address Thursday.
The Carson City Council will vote Tuesday on a proposed $1.7 billion NFL stadium project.
Will a proposed return of at least one NFL team to Southern California bring home new jobs and pump millions of dollars into the local economy?
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.
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The city of Carson is joining a growing list of cities fighting to lure the NFL back to Los Angeles County.
The 14-page report was commissioned by Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG), which wants to build a stadium in downtown Los Angeles.
With the addition of a proposed $1.7 million stadium that would house the Raiders and Chargers if they cannot get new facilities in their current cities, there are now four players attempting to return the NFL to the Southland.
Officials held a news conference Friday to discuss the proposed plan to build a joint NFL stadium that would be home to both the Chargers and the Raiders.
A proposal to build an 80,000-seat stadium in the Los Angeles suburbs that could become the home of an NFL team moved forward Thursday when election officials cleared the plan for a local vote, possibly in mid-June.
Named Los Angeles’ 2014 Neighborhood of the Year by one real estate blog, a big move is underway in Inglewood to revamp its once-struggling image.
Police Friday were investigating how vandals apparently cut power to the stadium lights at Malibu High School (MHS), authorities said.
It’s not even July, but Anaheim Stadium will feel more like the North Pole Wednesday night – and it’s all about making history.
If the NFL ever comes to back to the Los Angeles area, there’s a chance they could have a home here in the eastern San Gabriel Valley.
The Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to move forward with a back-up plan to expand and renovate the Convention Center without a football stadium.