Could the future site of an NFL team in Los Angeles find a home next to Dodger Stadium?
The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Friday to approve a plan build a new NFL stadium and convention hall downtown.
The project, which would include a 72,000-seat football stadium and a brand new Convention Center hall, could bring even more traffic and noise to the downtown area.
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.
It’s official: the Frank McCourt era is over.
Billionaire developer Philip Anschutz says he’s willing to buy an NFL team to bring football back to Los Angeles.
Members of Occupy San Diego attempted to make a citizen’s arrest of the city’s mayor over alleged charges of embezzlement.
A preliminary hearing date was scheduled Thursday for Jan. 17 for the two men accused of brutally attacking Bryan Stow at Dodger stadium.
The family of a Dodgers fan who was assaulted on Opening Day said Friday they have much to be thankful for this holiday season.
In this city, known as the Crown of the Valley, one of its crown jewels is the Rose Bowl.
The NFL’s executive vice president says league leadership wants the Vikings to remain in Minnesota but is worried about what might happen if the team’s Metrodome lease expires without a plan in place to build a new stadium.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill designed to boost developer Anschutz Entertainment Group’s bid to build a $1.2 billion football stadium in downtown Los Angeles.
Will developers of a potential football stadium in downtown Los Angeles get special treatment in Sacramento when it comes to environmental law?
The University of Southern California may have what it takes to keep the NFL out of LA.
The Los Angeles City Council approved a tentative framework agreement with a private developer that wants to build a 72,000-seat NFL stadium on the city’s convention center campus.