Dodger players are trading in their cleats for bowling shoes to benefit LA youth at the 7th Annual Dodgers Dream Foundation Bowling Extravaganza.
A lifelong Los Angeles Dodgers fan upset about the state of his favorite team had his voice heard by an unexpected audience: the judge presiding over the team’s bankruptcy case.
A bankruptcy judge Thursday ruled that Major League Baseball does not have to turn over a number of documents to the Dodgers or make baseball commissioner Bud Selig available for a deposition.
Bill Rosendahl is leading the effort to pass an amendment to require all committees to abide by the public notice requirements of the Brown Act, California’s open meeting law.
Los Angeles Dodgers’ owner Frank McCourt is hoping a fresh infusion of cash may end his payroll problem.
Attorneys for former Los Angeles Dodgers CEO Jamie McCourt have asked a judge to order the sale of the team in order to prevent a possible seizure of the club by Major League Baseball from her ex-husband.
Dodgers owner Frank McCourt says in an exclusive interview that the days of him pulling money out of the club for his own lavish lifestyle are behind him.
Mayor Tom Tait is expected to return home to Orange County from New York City Friday, after wrapping up talks with NBA about moving the Sacramento Kings to Anaheim.
The seasoned local business leaders picked by the mayor to analyze plans for a downtown NFL stadium on the public’s behalf seem to have one thing in common: deep financial, political and civic ties with the company promoting the venue.
The judge in the dispute between Frank McCourt and his former wife over ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers has finalized his decision that their marital property agreement is invalid.
Former Laker star Magic Johnson says he’s partnered with AEG President and CEO Tim Leiweke to bring an NFL team back to Los Angeles.
Mediation has begun between Jamie and Frank McCourt in their divorce trial that could determine future ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers.