The Los Angeles Lakers organization and Phil Jackson have been in “serious discussions,” CBS2/KCAL9 Sports Director Jim Hill confirmed Saturday.
A legendary swim coach who trained with Janet Evans and other Olympians faced a lawsuit from a colleague who claims he interfered with another coach’s attempts to uncover sex abuse allegations.
Spain put up a tough fight, but in the end, crunch time belonged to Chris Paul and Team USA.
The NCAA slammed Penn State with an unprecedented series of penalties Monday, including a $60 million fine and the loss of all coach Joe Paterno’s victories from 1998-2011, in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
The new ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers Wednesday promised a fan-friendly, accessible and winning organization and announced an immediate $5 reduction in the $15 parking price.
Billionaire developer Philip Anschutz says he’s willing to buy an NFL team to bring football back to Los Angeles.
The investment bank handling the sale for owner Frank McCourt expects to receive as many as 20 bids.
An Irvine lawmaker is among those considering a proposed bill that would potentially allow genders to mix in school locker rooms.
Joe Torre has resigned as the executive vice president of Major League Baseball to pursue ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Torre, who managed the Dodgers from 2008 to 2010, has joined a group that is trying to purchase the team.
A major bankruptcy hearing between the Dodgers and Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig has been postponed for one month, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The bankruptcy case involving Dodgers owner Frank McCourt has taken yet another turn. Major League Baseball is accusing McCourt of “looting” more than $189 million from the team’s bank account.
The city best known for hosting top-ranked teams in college football could soon be moving up to the pros.
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.